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Quaint Quebec

QUEBEC CITY, on the St. Lawrence River three hours’ drive north of Montreal, is ridiculously picturesque — the oldest parts, anyway, where stone houses, some from the 17th century, 372 more words


On Influence Part 2

It’s been a while since my last post and today I finally found some time to write again. Today’s post is on my influences again. And when it comes to influences, there is one photographer who had a major impact on the way I view photography, both in theory and in practice, and there is one book that helped me make things happen in my mind and then in front of my lens. 564 more words


JSP Visual Week In Review ~ 05.06.17

May Day! May Day!

We’re in May now – already into the second quarter of the years. Flyin’ by as they say.

This was a crazy busy week for me. 273 more words

Joe McNally

CaixaForum Madrid presents Philippe Halsman

CaixaForum in Madrid presents an exhibition dedicated to Latvian-born photographer Philippe Halsman. Philippe Halsman loved to tell the story of the famous meeting between Jean Cocteau and Sergei Diaghilev in which the young Frenchman asked the master what he had to do to work with him, to which the founder of the Russian Ballets replied: “Surprise me!” . 82 more words


Jump! by Philippe Halsman

Philippe Halsman was most famous for his iconic photos of Salvador Dali and Albert Einstein. For a period in the 1950’s, Halsman ended his portrait shoots by asking his famous subjects to jump. 44 more words