To coincide with Paris Photo’s opening, French newspaper Libération has chosen to remove all images from its 14 November issue in a bid to show the power and importance of photography at a time when the industry is facing unprecedented challenges, say the newspaper’s editors.
New York City, 1969.
Photo by Joel Meyerowitz, featured in Everybody Street, now available for download.
chan kwok hung (in photos almost reminiscent of a norman rockwell painting) documents the life of buddhist monks in myanmar and china.
it’s funny what you find in your folders when you aren’t really looking for anything.
(a la petsmart: 10-20-2012)
Kylli Sparre spent years training to be a professional ballet dancer. When she finally finished, she realized it wasn’t the path for her.
Instead, she decided to blend her love of ballet with a creative outlet in photography.
I love the angle of this photo. Usually you only see photos of what’s on stage or of an empty proscenium. Here is where you come in contact with both worlds. The brink between stage and life. It’s magical.
At first glance, the images above could pass as abstract paintings.
They’re actually long exposure photographs taken from the window of a commuter train by Samuel Bramley!
NY-space by Simone Decker
Photography by momomi