1. 13:35 10th Jan 2013

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    reblogged from: theatlantic

    tags: Van GoghArtArtistPhotography


     
  2. dawnawakened:

    Head in the Clouds

    Today I came across an amazing photographer. Most would recognize his work before his name. Nenad Saljic! This guy undeniably has talent. Nenad spent a long time working on his craft, putting it in the backseat to study economics. I got to study some of his compositions and I love them. The smokey feel to the mountains clouds, you can tell by his perspective that he’s not far off from his dream, Matterhorn (The Great Alpine Peak). You have to stop and really admire this guy’s journey. 

     
  3. greeneyes55:

Paris 1948-54 
Yngve Johnson Tore

    greeneyes55:

    Paris 1948-54 

    Yngve Johnson Tore

     
  4. secretcinema1:

Model Airplanes, Union Station, Chicago, 1943, Jack Delano

    secretcinema1:

    Model Airplanes, Union Station, Chicago, 1943, Jack Delano

     
  5. Of all the things I hear other photographers say, this kind of thing is probably my least favourite.
Namely because it just reinforces the idea that they’re “just pictures” so who the fuck cares right? And then people on the internet see that and go “yeah, they’re just pictures, who cares” and then that sets in this idea that its alright to just do whatever you want with any photo you come across because, fuck the person who put in the effort to shoot and edit it. It’s just a picture.
Then again, he’s entitled to his opinion. But I disagree with it.

    Of all the things I hear other photographers say, this kind of thing is probably my least favourite.

    Namely because it just reinforces the idea that they’re “just pictures” so who the fuck cares right? And then people on the internet see that and go “yeah, they’re just pictures, who cares” and then that sets in this idea that its alright to just do whatever you want with any photo you come across because, fuck the person who put in the effort to shoot and edit it. It’s just a picture.

    Then again, he’s entitled to his opinion. But I disagree with it.

     
  6. "Hey this is a nice image. I wonder who shot it. Oh wait, this is tumblr, who knows and who cares, right?"

     
  7. varietas:

Heinrich Heidersberger: Promenade, 1934

    varietas:

    Heinrich Heidersberger: Promenade, 1934

     
  8. lediableestunefemme:

    Stanley Kubrick. Life and Love on the New York City Subway. Couple playing footsies on a subway. 1946. (Museum of the City of New York)

     
  9. alisonwynn:

Moon River: Manhattan from the Hudson River, 1946 by Andrea Feininger

    alisonwynn:

    Moon River: Manhattan from the Hudson River, 1946 by Andrea Feininger

     
  10. greeneyes55:

Images from Italy 
Photo: Italo Zannier

    greeneyes55:

    Images from Italy

    Photo: Italo Zannier

     
  11. varietas:

Dulovits Jenő: Alkonyat, 1940

    varietas:

    Dulovits Jenő: Alkonyat, 1940

     
  12. reuters:

[REUTERS/Lou Dematteis]

    reuters:

    [REUTERS/Lou Dematteis]

     
  13. quickhits:

    reginasworld:

    Recently The Gordon Parks Foundation discovered over 70 unpublished photographs by Parks at the bottom of an old storage box wrapped in paper and marked as “Segregation Series.” These never before series of images not only give us a glimpse into the everyday life of African Americans during the 50′s but are also in full color, something that is uncommon for photographs from that era.

    That last one is the saddest photo ever.

     
  14. "What’s That?" on Flickr.April 20, 2012
London, ON
Fanshawe College
Mamiya DSX 1000
Ilford HP5+

    "What’s That?" on Flickr.

    April 20, 2012
    London, ON
    Fanshawe College

    Mamiya DSX 1000
    Ilford HP5+

     
  15. Detroit Re-Photography
    1973/2010

    Photographs by Dave Jordano and Aaron Rothman

    See more here