ifloveisthedrug:

Richard Misrach: Loving his work.

mpdrolet:

Tracks, Black Rock Desert, NV 1987
Richard Misrach

mpdrolet:

Tracks, Black Rock Desert, NV 1987

Richard Misrach

sm-art:

Richard Misrach
American (Los Angeles, California, 1949) Untitled 1977

sm-art:

Richard Misrach

American (Los Angeles, California, 1949)
Untitled
1977

sublimespy:

Richard Misrach | The Desert Cantos opens tonight at Robert Mann Gallery at 525 West 26th Street
13 September - 27 October 2012

sublimespy:

Richard Misrach | The Desert Cantos opens tonight at Robert Mann Gallery at 525 West 26th Street

13 September - 27 October 2012

thesyntxofthings:

Visions of the Decade: Richard Misrach’s On The Beach

thesyntxofthings:

Visions of the Decade: Richard Misrach’s On The Beach

// UTA BARTH.//

abigailmargueritesmiles:

Uta Barth  studies how one’s eye sees differently through the lens, and likes to create work about that perspective and the atmospheric rather than whatever the lens is pointing at.

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felixnotices:

Field #3 by Uta Barth

felixnotices:

Field #3 by Uta Barth

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allisphoto2andstuff:

Sarah Moon (works selected by me)

Sarah Moon is a French photographer.  After modeling for about six years, Moon switched to photography, where she became well-known for fashion photography.  After 15 years of fashion photography, Moon decided to devote her time to purely artistic photography and black and white negative Polaroid.

What attracted me to Moon’s work were the edges of her photos, as strange as that may seem.  Why the edges?  The edges told me that Moon’s photos are most likely large format Polaroids.  Polaroid and The Impossible Project are two of my favorite things, so just the fact that these photographs are black and white Polaroids was enough to draw me in.  After I got past the fact that Moon shot Polaroids, I noticed her subjects.  All were very interesting to me, even the simple subjects like the model’s profile in the first photograph.  Moon knows where to place the subjects in the photo to create the most interest and draw the viewer in, which is a skill that I am currently working on.  In the photographs above, if the subjects were moved even a little bit whichever way, some interest would be lost, which shows that Moon has an eye for composition.  I also really like the tones in Moon’s photographs.  Instead of having the brightest white and the darkest black and only a couple of different grays in between, Moon has many different shades of gray in her photos.  This adds depth to her photos, and that is definitely a good thing.  I want to shoot more large format Polaroids like Moon (I’m working on a way to shoot 8x10), so I’m definitely going to keep studying and learning from her work.

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dzobanana:

- Ralph Gibson -

dzobanana:

- Ralph Gibson -

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alphadivxmovies:

You walked barefoot around the house. When you came to bed you sat and pushed your feet into me and told me to clean them. You did it with a smile and so did I. photo by Ralph Gibson

alphadivxmovies:

You walked barefoot around the house. When you came to bed you sat and pushed your feet into me and told me to clean them.
You did it with a smile and so did I.

photo by Ralph Gibson

Beauty can be seen in all things, seeing and composing the beauty is what separates the snapshot from the photograph.