Photo essays, photojournalism series and documentary photography from Colombia, Brazil, Cuba, Mexico, El Salvador, Haiti and other places in Latin America.
With more than 10 years of experience in the Atlanta area, Bonnie J Heath Photography brings a photojournalist’s eye to the calculated world of lifestyle, headshot, and professional branding photography. You can learn more about Bonnie on her professional blog.
The Atlanta Journal Magazine. Magazines like the Atlanta Journal Sunday Magazine relied heavily on imagery and documented lifestyle pieces as well as news events.Created in 1912, the magazine evolved over time to include in-depth looks on notable figures, different occupations of Georgia residents, sports, as well as scientific advancements.This is where the masters of photography can help you. We’ve put together a list of some of the most famous photographers this world has ever seen. Most of the photographers in our list have shifted from our mortal plane. Yet, their images, messages and creativity live on. We can all take something away from their careers and work.A compilation of the 10 most interesting photo essays published online in August, as curated by Mikko Takkunen Photojournalism Links selects, each month, the best photography published online LightBox.
The 24 Best Photo Essays Of 2014 2014: a good year for photos of modern-day witches, cat-obsessed metal heads, bizarrely groomed dogs, and astronomical wonders. Marvel here.
In honor of the NFL's 100th season, a panel of the top photographers and photo editors in the field have selected the 100 greatest pictures in league history. View All.
If you want to take truly memorable and moving photographs, you can learn something by studying the pictures of famous photographers. Some of the most beloved artists are deceased, but some are still delighting us with their photographs. The list below includes some of the more famous photographers that still impact our lives today. 1.
Part of what makes documentary photography so powerful is that it captures raw, honest moments. And it is those raw moments that trigger our emotions and make us connect with the photo, that show us what is so special about the moment, what makes the subject of the photo truly unique.
Famous photo essays like Country Doctor by W. Eugene Smith or Gordon Parks’ The Harlem Family are acclaimed for showing a glimpse into the lives of the sick and impoverished. Other well-made photo essays offer a new way to look at the everyday, such as Peter Funch’s much-reposted photo series 42nd and Vanderbilt, for which Funch photographed the same street corner for nine years.
The Murals of Philadelphia. A public art project which encourages local artists to create works utilizing the city's architecture has beautified the City of Brotherly Love and created an enduring cultural legacy.
In his photography, Gordon Parks strived to capture subjects tangential to race and socioeconomics, shooting on staff for LIFE until 1970; there he also made portraits of celebrities and activists like Muhammad Ali and Malcolm X. Photographer Gordon Parks’ efforts recording the early Civil Rights Movement remain some of the most famous photographic works of the area.
Wojtek Kwiatkowski is one of the most famous photographers in Poland and he is a creative author as well. He specializes in equine photography and he is truly passionate about capturing photographs of the Arabian horses. Wojtek Kwiatkowski lives in Poland, however he travels to other countries around the world for capturing his amazing photographs.
Landscape photography is the art of capturing pictures of nature and the outdoors in a way that brings your viewer into the scene. From grand landscapes to intimate details, the best photos demonstrate the photographer’s own connection to nature and capture the essence of the world around them.
Famous black photographers include Jules Lion (1810-1866) who is thought to be the first African-American photographer and who ran a daguerrotype studio in New Orleans in 1840. James Presley Ball (1825-1905) was also a Daguerrean and studio photographer and worked with his brother Thomas in Cincinnati in 1845. Ball learned his trade from another black photographer, John B Bailey.
Name Dates Nationality Genre of Photography; Abbas Attar: 1944: Iranian: Photojournalism: Albert Watson: 1942: Scottish: Art, Celebrity, Fashion: Alec Soth: 1969.