The Photo Man – Respect

Saturday, July 13th, 2013

Going through the emails this morning, had a great share from Steve Chan. This video by Ben Kitnick, a Vimeo staff pick, started today in a very uplifting way. You may have been to a flea market and see various bins of snapshots, sometimes known as vernacular photography, but basically are the snapshots of lives […]

“Engaged Observers” At The Getty : The photographic essays that change your mind

Wednesday, June 30th, 2010

The human condition can be a brutal thing. Or a thing of beauty. There is a poetic manner in which photojournalists approach their subjects, and tell you the story. When you can look beyond the single image, usually highlighted for titillation or shock, there is a deep river of thought and story to be told […]

POYi at the Annenberg: The power of the still photo, is still celebrated

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010

It’s days like this that make us glad to be on the West Coast. To start with, one of our fave photo institutions in Los Angeles, the Annenberg Space for Photography, once again hosted the Pictures of the Year, international exhibition ( or POYi). For 2 days, many of the winners gave talks at the […]

Weekly Giveaway – Keith Carter Documentary by Anthropy Arts

Tuesday, August 11th, 2009

This one was actually a surprise entry, as we already had another item ready for you, but the good folks at Anthropy Arts felt one of you should have a free copy of the Keith Carter DVD. We like that. So, we’ve told you a bit about this item and the rest of the series, […]

With a Sense of W. Eugene Smith, Andre Hermann’s Images Will Touch You

Wednesday, May 28th, 2008

It’s a bold statement to compare someone to W. Eugene Smith. But when Andre Hermann brought his work to the reviewing table at the Academy of Art, and showed his 10 images, I was emotionally sucker punched. It was not just the situation of the subject, Garrett, it was the way his story was told. […]

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