This Gesture&Meaning-induced exploration into Portrait photography is fascinating, so far. I thought it was the genre I understood the best and the one that is, in some ways, the most straightforward but I am finding this is not so. 1,184 more words
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In his introduction to the original 1949 edition of Landscape into Art, Kenneth Clark argues that landscape art is a modern form.
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“People who have given the matter no thought are apt to assume that the appreciation of natural beauty and the painting of landscape is a normal and enduring part of our spiritual activity.
To the uninitiated, street photography (SP) might seem a hap hazard activity pursued by camera toting odd balls looking to sneak shots of random strangers. While there is certainly no prohibition on odd balls using cameras, the serious street photographer is likely up to something much more structured and possibly even quite profound. 1,297 more words
Jack Dracula at a bar, New London, Conn. 1961
Fire Eater at a carnival, Palisades Park, N.J. 1957
Lady on a bus, N.Y.C. 1957
Kid in a hooded jacket aiming a gun, N.Y.C. 904 more words