Matt Lutton is an American photographer based in Belgrade, Serbia. He studied with the Comparative History of Ideas Department and the Russian, Eastern European and Central Asian Studies Center at the University of Washington. He has photographed for a diversity of publications from The New York Times to The Fader and is the author of three solo exhibitions that were ...Читать далее →
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Photography is my life and my passion. It lets me get to know myself. What I make, the photos that I create, teach me about myself and gently describe who I am.Sometimes I preserve people’s manners, their faces and sometimes the faces of Mother Nature I happen to wake up with during my early morning searches. I always carry my camera with ...Читать далее →
Yasuhiro Ishimoto (Japanese American, 1921- ) was born in San Francisco and raised Kochi City, Japan. In 1939, due to concerns of him being drafted he returned to the US where he studied agriculture at the University of California (1940-42). He moved to Chicago in 1944 and began to study architecture at Northwestern University in 1946 when he met photographer ...Читать далее →
Raymond Cauchetier (born 1920) is a French photographer, known for his work as the set photographer from 1959 to 1968 on many of the seminal films of the French New Wave. His photographs are an important record of the New Wave directors at the beginning of their careers, and of their unconventional and groundbreaking production methods. A 2009 profile of ...Читать далее →
Marcin Kaniewski (1970) is an architect in Gdansk, Poland. He mainly shoots black and white film with a Hasselblad, and is not interested in digital post processing. Marcin is a self-thought photographer who is fascinated by the human face . His photography shows a strong interaction connection and communication between people within the photo itself and with the photographer.Читать далее →
Robert Kalman ,Larreynaga Brewster, NY, USA These formal New York street portraits using a 4x5 view camera were made on the Lower East Side, one of the city's oldest neighborhoods, and in Washington Square Park, a 9? acre parcel of land situated in Greenwich Village. Two hundred and twenty-one people (and seven dogs) agreed to stand, present themselves and collaborate.Читать далее →