CRAIG SEYMOUR PHOTOGRAPHY

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Photographer – Craig Seymour. Model – Eric Hehr. Bryn Mawr Historical District/Uptown, Chicago IL. 16 May 2012. http://craigseymour.com/

Julius Shulman Photography

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Julius Shulman was an American architectural photographer who published many of his notable works during the 1960’s. Shulman’s photography is responsible for the worldwide spread of California mid-century modern design. “The clarity of his work demanded that architectural photography had to be considered as an independent art form. Each Shulman image unites perception and understanding … Continue reading

Bruce Davidson Photography: The Jokers, Brooklyn Gang (1959)

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“Bruce Davidson’s 1959 project, Brooklyn Gang, is an intimate photographic study of a rebellious Brooklyn teenage gang, who called themselves The Jokers. Not only is Davidson’s work a sincere portrayal of troubled teenagers coming of age, but it also acts as a documentation of teenage life during 1950s, exposing the emotional climate of that time … Continue reading

Johnny Cash (Through the lens of Leigh Wiener)

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    Photography by Leigh Wiener

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David Masel Photography (Los Angeles)

“A dozen cities make some pretence of splendor without the slightest regard to the natural features of their site, and a hundred are plain or ugly when, on such a site, they might have been rendered splendid.” “California’s like a beautiful, wild… beautiful, wild girl on heroin… who’s high as a kite, thinkin’ she’s on … Continue reading

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There’s A Moon Out Tonight

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I’m fortunate to have many talented friends and acquaintances. I’m also fortunate to have many hard-working friends and acquintances. However, the two rarely intersect. The talents suffocate themselves with impositions that stifle their productivity. The hard-working are too concerned about meeting deadlines to focus on creative endeavors. In a venn diagram format, the union of … Continue reading

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