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Day 85: When you can reach out and touch power, sometimes power reaches back to touch you

Tuesday, March 29, 2017

25 people in all, people not just of consequence and influence, but power.

Twelve of them, I noted, were women. No gender inequality here. 107 more words

365 Day Photos

How my self-portraits of my gender journey and portraits made with others began. (Presentation delivered at Wits University, March 2014)

Collaboratively documenting selves, outsider voices from inside. 70 more words


Documenting a life on canvas

Kelly Anona Kerrigan on painting portraits of her niece: “A theme that runs through my work is one of identity and what shapes our sense of who we are and how we present ourselves in this world.  26 more words


Photo Of The Day: "EyeZ"

Always trying to improve my digital black and white images. Digital photography spawned from an attempt or desire to escape the giant shadow of film, but as they say “you don’t know what you got till it’s gone.” Lots of people genuinely miss the look of film, but not the work involved to shoot, process and develop it, thus since the early days of digital, people have been attemting to create “film-like” images on this modern platform. 229 more words