Posts Tagged ‘images’

Tate Modern Turns Ten

March 31, 2010

Tate Modern turns 10 on 12 May 2010, 

 and, to celebrate, Tate Modern invites

 you to contribute the ten best images

 you’ve taken of Tate Modern and in

 Turbine Hall.

 As part of their 10th birthday 

 celebrations, the folks there are also

 planning a short film that tells the

 story of Tate Modern.

 Some  images posted to the Flickr 

 group before April 16th 2010 may

 be selected to be included in the

Tate Modern is 10 film. 

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Birds on the Move Photo Challenge

September 20, 2009


 National Wildlife Federation

 

The National Wildlife Magazine Photo Group

is a place to share your images of nature. 

The current photo challenge has a theme of

‘Birds on the Move.’ Go here to view the details of how to join

this challenge:

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Quote of the Day

September 1, 2009

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For more than a century,

certain extraordinary

men and women have

worked in photography

with the unmistakable

authority of genius.

Each of them has

produced unforgettable

images, and not once

or twice, but again and

again, and often

throughout the change

and evolution of a lifetime. Each is like an eye which, once opened

on the universe, cannot be closed again. One after another, they

tell us of the curious, intense and vital experience of working in

photography, of its challenges, of the stages of growth it demands,

the sudden revelations it presents. From their testimony there

emerges a concept of photography as a medium that is very

different from the casual and rather stereotyped impressions

most of us have held till now.

 

Nancy Newhall

(1908 – 1974)

American Photography Critic

 

The following is a link to Nancy Newhall’s wiki page:

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Quote of the Day

August 12, 2009

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A good print is really essential. I want to take strong documentary photographs that are as good technically as any of the best technical photographs, and as creative as any of the best fine-art photographs. [That is doubly important because] I don’t want to just be a photo essayist; I’m more interested in single images…. ones that I feel are good enough to stand on their own. 

 

 

Mary Ellen Mark

American Photographer

Photographer Dorothea Lange

July 9, 2009

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Click on the following link to view some of the work

from today’s Quote of the Day Photographer,

Dorothea Lange:


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Please note: some images in these groupings from the archives

of the Farm Security Administration may be by a different 

photographer. The photographer’s attribution can be found

below each thumbnail. Click on individual thumbnails to view

the larger versions.