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Photos I Wish I Had Taken: Peter Turnley

The complexity of an image can make or break it. Have to much going on in the frame without a reason or a focus, doesn’t draw the viewer in, it repels her. 27 more words

Photos I Wish I Had Taken: Peter Turnley

The complexity of an image can make or break it. Have to much going on in the frame without a reason or a focus, doesn’t draw the viewer in, it repels her. 27 more words

Photos I Wish I Had Taken: Peter Turnley

The complexity of an image can make or break it. Have to much going on in the frame without a reason or a focus, doesn’t draw the viewer in, it repels her. 130 more words

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The Human Condition

Today, I came across this photograph from 1999 of a Kosovar-Albanian refugee by Peter Turnley.

It has burnt a hole in my eyes, brain and heart. 39 more words

DISCUSSION: Peter Turnley

Take a look at this short video about Peter Turnley. Do you recognize his work? As an artist, or student of photography, what of value can you take from this interview/profile piece of Turnley? 17 more words

A Rare Glimpse Into Daily Cuban Life Across the Decades

Peter Turnley is a walking witness of modern history. Having traveled to more than 90 countries to capture most of the world’s tumultuous historical moments of the past four decades — from the end of Communism in Eastern Europe to Nelson Mandela’s iconic walk out of prison to the fall of the Berlin wall — his photographs provide an unfettered look at both the sorrow and the joy inherent in the human condition. 868 more words