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on photography, suitability and temper

“Photography suits the temper of this age – of active bodies and minds. It is a perfect medium for one whose mind is teeming with ideas, imagery, for a prolific worker who would be slowed down by painting or sculpting, for one who sees quickly and acts decisively, accurately.”

Edward Weston

On Photography

Be Inspired: Edward Weston

I found an old paper I wrote in college about one of my favorite photographers. Any time someone asks me, “who is your favorite photographer?” I say, “Edward Weston” This man’s work is sublime. 542 more words


Edward Weston, Portraits of Jose Clemente Orozco, 1926

The following portraits of Mexican painter Jose Clemente Orozco are photoshop renditions of ten negatives found in the Anita Brenner collection in Mexico City. 

Of these negatives, only one print is known to exist. 518 more words

Fotografía Latinoamericana

Still Life

by Maureen Fitzmahan

“Still life” is one of the major genres of Western art.

Traditionally, the subject matter of a still life painting. sculpture, or photograph is anything that does not move or is dead. 124 more words

The Art Junket

The Essence of the City - Paris Metro

Photographing people in subways is a popular topic in street photography, from it’s very beginning. As a photographer you get very close to the people, and the subways of the megacities are almost the essence of all ethnicities and social classes of the specific town. 139 more words