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"All photographs are accurate. None of them is the truth."*...

From his office at the Farm Security Administration (FSA) in Washington, D.C., Roy Stryker saw, time and again, the reality of the Great Depression, and the poverty and desperation gripping America’s rural communities.

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My Love Affair With Gordon

I don’t know if my fellow photographers have a relationship with your camera as I do, but “Gordon” aka my Nikon D750 and I have a true love affair. 314 more words

General

Listening to Records


Martin Munkacsi, , 1930s


Weegee, After midnight in Washington Square Park, Folk Dance, ca. 1946 (14213.1993)


Gordon Parks, “Ralph Ellison’s ‘Invisible Man,'” 1952 ( 86 more words

Fans In A Flashbulb

Remembering Gordon

Light from the back window made more of the room. But
curtains of white lace said grace either side the frame, and
made more than a roof over their Bourbon County heads, 122 more words

Poetry

The Legenary Gordon Parks

There are so many ways to capture a moment, with film, on canvas, on paper, with fabric, thread, even in a song…

One of my favorites when it comes to capturing moments is the legendary Gordon Parks. 23 more words

That's Blaxpolitation! 12: SHAFT (MGM 1971)

“That Shaft is a bad mother…”

“Shut your mouth!”

“But I’m talkin’ about Shaft”

“We can dig it!”

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