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See (No) Color, Crave (No) Flesh: Palermo '18

What was your first memorable fashion photography image? Who was in it? Who was behind it? My proposal got accepted at the Fashion and Photography: An Inclusive Interdisciplinary Project… 308 more words

In Voluptas Mors at the Royal Academy

In Voluptas Mors‘ (“voluptuous death”) was the title given to a photographic portrait of Spanish surrealist, Salvador Dalí posing next to a tableau vivant comprised of seven nude female models whose bodies had been organised into the form of a human skull. 781 more words


Iconic Images Dalí Atomicus - Philippe Halsman 1948

I have chosen this image because of the effort it took to stage it and get the final result. Also it marks what was a new challenge for the photographer, to capture dali’s character in a portrait. 37 more words

Monday's Photography Inspiration - Philippe Halsman

“Most people stiffen with self-consciousness when they pose for a photograph. Lighting and fine camera equipment are useless if the photographer cannot make them drop the mask, at least for a moment, so he can capture on his film their real, undistorted personality and character”- Philippe Halsman… 386 more words


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