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Português: a tribute to Robert Frank

Português got the inspiration from “The Americans”, the most famous work from the Swiss-American photographer Robert Frank.

In 2011 me and my family went to Portugal for our summer holidays. 102 more words

Black & White Photography


“I always like to turn around a corner. Because there is always something around that corner. As long as you’re curious about it…you know, that is when life is interesting…you’re curious…yea.” ~ Robert Frank


Famous Photographer Quote #0260

“My photographs are not planned or composed in advance, and I do not anticipate that the onlooker will share my viewpoint. However, I feel that if my photograph leaves an image on his mind, something has been accomplished.”

Robert Frank


Wednesday, August 12th

sounds of Brazil

Jorge Ben & Gal Costa, “Que Pena,” live



art beat

Robert Frank (1924-), Cafe – Beaufort, South Carolina, 1955

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Assignment 4 - A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

Vivian Maier’s East 108th Street is typical of her earlier work representing the optimism of 1950’s America, describing a vibrant, positive and potentially romanticised image of urban America. 1,958 more words

Vivian Maier

Ph1, Context & Narrative, 513323, Project 3 Reportage, Colour & the Street

There should be a narrative within a ‘street’ image. Renowned photographers Joel Meyerowitz and Joel Sternfield both make the point that the image is also about what is outside the frame. 1,067 more words