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Exclusive with Harvey Stein Street photographer Harvey Stein discusses his influences, his work, and the making of his book Harlem Street Portraits.
The Changing Face of Magnum Photos Running strong after 66 years, Magnum Photos has continued to hold steady like a beacon in unsure times, ever watched by the eyes of the world. But the ocean of progress if churning swiftly, and Magnum, as seemingly impregnable as it might be, has in no way been immune to the changing tides.
Minimalism The term Minimalism, once used to describe an art movement with origins in the early 20th century, is now most commonly seen attached to diluted homages to Piet Mondrian vaguely resembling squares in bright primary...
Statement: After deciding to quit wedding photography completely, I sold off all of my professional Nikon gear, bought a Fujifilm X100S and a ticket to Mexico. I have been here for one month so far with another two to go. My days are spent drinking coffee and photographing the streets. I had to unlearn everything I knew about photography to break out of the box I had created for myself with regards to how I shoot. This is just one of my photographs from my time here.
Alec Soth: Until Now
Weinstein Gallery, Minneapolis, Minnesota, March 21 - May 10, 2014
Weinstein Gallery is pleased to present a retrospective of 35 photographs taken between 1998 and 2014 by internationally recognized Minnesota-based photographer, Alec Soth. Included will be photographs from the well-known projects Sleeping by the Mississippi (2004), NIAGARA (2006), Dog Days, Bogota (2007), Fashion Magazine: Paris/Minnesota (2007), Last Days of W. (2008), Broken Manual (2010) and Siren (2012). In addition, Weinstein Gallery will be debuting a new photograph taken during the Minnesota winter this year. The photograph, Lake Calhoun, 2014, was prominently featured in the New York Times Magazine.
Working in the photographic traditions of Robert Frank, William Eggleston and Stephen...
Julia Margaret Cameron (June 11, 1815- January 26, 1879) by Alyssa Mammano
Julia Margaret Cameron was a British photographer, born in India in 1815. She grew up in France, but retuned to India, where she was married at 23 years of age. Her husband was 43 at the time. Ten years later he retired, and the family moved to London. Some time later, in 1863, Cameron's daughter gave her a camera as a gift, thus beginning her career as a photographer. She was 48 years old.
Cameron's photography style differed from other photographers of her time. She captured images in a soft blur, leaving the exposure open and the lens out of focus. Her subjects were unique, as well. Many of Cameron's photographs were the only surviving images of great historical figures, many of which she copyrighted. She...
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