“Gordon Parks (American, 1912-2006), Off on My Own (Harlem, New York), 1948. Gelatin silver print. The Art Institute of Chicago, Amanda Taub Veazie Acquisition Fund, 2016.125. © The Gordon Parks Foundation. From “Harlem is Nowhere,” a collaborative project between Gordon Parks and Ralph Ellison.”
Gordon Parks captures the humanity and diversity of life in Harlem, NYC.
This a short piece on how we can see the joy and inspiration of how identity is formed and celebrated.
“Curator, photographer, and historian Deb Willis breakthrough exhibition, “Posing Beauty in African American Culture,” has been travelling for over 10 years. It’s based on her book “Posing Beauty: African American Images from the 1890s to the Present,” featuring snapshots, documentary photographs, and works by artists, all exploring beauty in Black culture.”
Check out these short videos for some great tips on adding a feeling of connection to your images, kit ideas, and editing in Photoshop and Lightroom.
Instagram Account Uploads Street Photographs That Capture Random Incidents And Encounters Within Public Places (70 New Pics) https://flip.it/b4EC20
Rare Collection of Early-Color Photos That Can Never See the Light of Day https://flip.it/zm7rf1
7 Rules for Better Cinematic Framing and Composition https://flip.it/rpo0Hx