Posts in the Category: Photography

Nov
26

Among the Sámi

posted on November 26th 2013 in Photography & Social with 0 Comments

I came here to understand the primal drive of the modern hunter, writes photographer Erica Larsen, and to find a people who, when the land speaks, can interpret its language.

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Oct
18

30 unique and must-see photos from our past

posted on October 18th 2013 in Photography with 3 Comments

Photographs have long been used to record special and unique moments – birthdays, weddings and the occasional selfie are all commonplace. But these next 30 photographs go beyond the norm – they encapsulate the mood, tone and values of yesteryear, a compelling account of the evolution of our values if you will.

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Jul
26

Heartbreaking, Stunning Infrared Photography from The Congo

posted on July 26th 2013 in Arts & Books & Photography & Social with 0 Comments

Throughout 2012, Irish photographer Richard Mosse and his collaborators, Trevor Tweeten and Ben Frost, traveled the Democratic Republic of Congo, taking video and photographs of rebel groups with Kodak Aerochrome film. Developed for the military in the 1940s, the infrared film captures greens in shades of pink and red and became popular in the psychedelic culture of the 1960s.

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Jul
25

Ho Ryon Lee: the overlaping sensuality

posted on July 25th 2013 in Arts & Drawing & Illustration & Inspiration & Photography with 0 Comments

Pull up your skirt because I want to fall in love. No, do not get me wrong, it’s not your body, it’s the way you do it. You shed shy, your movements are fearful, your hands are clumsy but eager to run that piece of cloth that covers you and now you’re in the way. Quiet, do not let fear dominate your desires. You look down and hide your face and try to cover your sensuality that feels like hot steam on my face. Pull up your skirt, and I will fall in love.

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