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While photographing within a small radius of Manhattan, roughly five square miles between 34th and 96th Streets, Winogrand found a wide variety of subjects that attracted his interest.
"Photographing the 'American Negro': Nation, Race, and Photography at the Paris Exposition of 1900." American Archives: Gender, Race, and Class in Visual Culture.
I especially enjoy photographing around sunrise and sunset because of the warm quality of light.
But after taking in the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival he went backpacking in the redwoods of Big Sur and found his calling - photographing landscape at ephemeral moments when natural colors and shapes seem as remarkable as any abstract painting.
In her latest body of work, Uta Barth has turned away from the peripheral spaces that she spent the last fifteen years photographing: a patch of sun scored by the shadow of a windowpane; the blurred corner of a room; a nondescript fragment of landscape viewed from inside.
He was an abolitionist photographing whites as well as blacks.
Based in Palm Beach, Florida, and removed from New York City's critical hype, he is photographing wonderful dancers in America's finest regional dance companies.
In photographing a pair of lung-shaped galaxies called the Antennae galaxies (see cover), Malin captured the colors of two gigantic bodies in the process of devouring each other.
After photographing it in this state, he returned that December to encounter an entirely different scene: a much larger body of clear water now surrounded by tufts of planted greenery.
This kind of photographing of the body, though, seems to change when touch and motion enter the picture.
As early as 1839, right at photography's inception, Francois Arago dreamed of using the new medium to penetrate the farthest reaches of the visible universe by photographing the moon (Daguerre took one that same year).