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Pictures of the Week October 10, 2014

PJ students at ICP shoot a variety of different themes for the weekly “Picture Making on the Street” course. This course sees students submitting a selection of images every week for a group critique lead by each respective instructor. 90 more words


Gerda Taro: She Shall be Remembered

I’m sure most people have heard of Robert Capa. The adventurous, risk-taking photojournalist renowned for his documentation of the D-day landings on Omaha Beach, along with the spectacular image of a militiaman in mid-air after being shot during the Spanish civil war. 902 more words


Strike Anywhere. Photography Exhibition, New York.

Over the past couple of years, the world hasn’t been short of tumultuous, large scale protests. From the Occupy Wall Street movement to the overthrow of leaders in Tunisia, Libya, Egypt and Yemen in what’s been termed the Arab Spring; the fight for democracy across the globe has not been a silent one. 107 more words




n. pl. ful·crums or ful·cra

1. The point or support on which a lever pivots.

2. Zoology An anatomical structure that acts as a hinge or a point of support. 255 more words

Ying Ang Photography

Day 3: After Sleep

Thursday morning I woke up at 7.30 am feeling more like a human.  Really pleased that I bought an Everyman Map Guide they’re fantastic and I’m starting to wish I’d bought one for each city I’m visiting.   528 more words


Mademoiselle Charlotte

New York – #1 print from the colour darkroom, ICP.

Mademoiselle Charlotte. Photo taken in Perpignan, France. 4.9.09

Ying Ang Photography

My Rothko

A photographic anomaly, caused by leaking batteries in an underwater camera, destroying everything is its wake and leaving, in consequence, this misshapen chaos of well-seeming forms… 47 more words

Ying Ang Photography