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Don McCullin, Early morning, West Hartlepool, Donald McCullin is an internationally known British photojournalist, particularly recognized for his war photography and images of urban strife. Photography Exhibition, War Photography, Documentary Photography, Vintage Photography, Street Photography, Landscape Photography, Photography Gallery, Andre Kertesz, Great Photos

Don McCullin: 'Photography isn't looking, it's feeling' – in pictures

From the horrors of war in Vietnam to extreme poverty closer to home, Don McCullin’s camera has captured it all. Named master of photography at Photo London 2016, here are some of the greatest images of his career

"A snicket in Halifax, West Yorkshire" by Bill Brandt, 1937 Edward Weston, Bill Brandt Photography, Urban Photography, Street Photography, Straight Photography, Photography Themes, Heart Photography, Portrait Photography, Man Ray

Bill Brandt. A Snicket in Halifax. 1937 | MoMA

Bill Brandt. A Snicket in Halifax. 1937. Gelatin silver print. 9 × 7 11/16" (22.9 × 19.6 cm). Carl Jacobs Fund. 214.2007. © 2021 Estate of Bill Brandt. Photography

England in the Late Victorian Era – 42 incredible photos of life in Whitby and surrounding areas by Francis Meadow Sutcliffe Edward Steichen, Robert Doisneau, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Getty Museum, Seaside Towns, Modern Photography, Stunning Photography, Historical Pictures

Frank Meadow Sutcliffe: A pioneer of photography » Northern Life

You've possibly never heard of Frank Meadow Sutcliffe before. He was a pioneer in the art of photography and one of his photos was bought by Edward VII.

Magnum Photos offers a wide selection of artworks by leading artists. Explore upcoming exhibitions, events, and art fairs at Magnum Photos. Contact the gallery directly for inquiries regarding specific works of art. Documentary Photographers, Famous Photographers, Street Photographers, Magnum Photos, Henri Cartier Bresson, Elliott Erwitt Photography, Le Chihuahua, New York City, York Dog

The Year of the Dog Dogs • Elliott Erwitt • Magnum Photos

Small dog standing by woman. New York City, USA. 1946. © Elliott Erwitt / Magnum Photos

View NEW BRIGHTON, FROM 'THE LAST RESORT' By Martin Parr; Appendices xxiii Figure 23 - New Brighton, Merseyside (Parr, Parr employs his wit and perspective of life to record and critique humorous aspects of the human condition Social Photography, Book Photography, Street Photography, Photography Projects, Fashion Photography, Brighton Photography, Landscape Photography, Portrait Photography, Famous Photography

New Brighton Revisited by Martin Parr, Tom Wood, and Ken Grant | 1854 Photography

Reading Time: 11 minutes “I was the first to move to New Brighton, and it was by sheer chance,” says Tom Wood. “I studied fine art part-time [a Fine Art Painting BA at Leicester Polytechnic], then went back to the car factory where I had worked before. Then I found a job as a photo technician at the poly [now Wirral Metropolitan College, where he went on to teach], and we moved there in September 1978.” Thus began a golden age for photography in New Brighton, which lasted until 2003 when…

Comparing Louis Faurer (colour images) with Fred Herzog - photographs etc. Louis Faurer, F 64, Saul Leiter, Contemporary Photographers, Global Art, Color Street, Colour Images, Street Photography, It Works

Comparing Louis Faurer (colour images) with Fred Herzog

Louis Faurer For a look at early color street photography, it's worth comparing Louis Faurer's work taken in the 1940's with many of Fred Herzog's signature images (see todays earlier post for details.) Herzog talks of the film he was using, an early Kodachrome slide film, as being rated 12 ASA. It's almost inconceivable to many contemporary photographers that such limited tools could be used creatively - especially in dim/low light situations without a flash. And yet, Louis Faurer, using a…

chris killip - Bever's First Day Out, Skinningrove, North Yorkshire Robert Frank, Henri Cartier Bresson, Margaret Thatcher, Nagasaki, Hiroshima, Newcastle, Walker Evans, Northern England, Martin Parr

Seven photos, seven stories: Chris Killip on capturing the declining industrial towns of England in the '70s and '80s

British photographer Chris Killip captured the ravages of de-industrialization in northern England in the '70s and '80s. He discusses the stories behind his stark images.

New Brighton, Merseyside, from The Last Resort, 1983 to Photo: Martin Parr/Magnum Photos Photography Exhibition, Photography Gallery, Book Photography, Street Photography, Photography Composition, Colour Photography, Brighton Photography, Portrait Photography, Social Photography

New Brighton Revisited by Martin Parr, Tom Wood, and Ken Grant | 1854 Photography

Reading Time: 11 minutes “I was the first to move to New Brighton, and it was by sheer chance,” says Tom Wood. “I studied fine art part-time [a Fine Art Painting BA at Leicester Polytechnic], then went back to the car factory where I had worked before. Then I found a job as a photo technician at the poly [now Wirral Metropolitan College, where he went on to teach], and we moved there in September 1978.” Thus began a golden age for photography in New Brighton, which lasted until 2003 when…

View Behind the Gare Saint-Lazare, Paris by Henri Cartier-Bresson on artnet. Browse more artworks Henri Cartier-Bresson from Feldschuh Gallery. History Of Photography, Candid Photography, Documentary Photography, Street Photography, Urban Photography, Leica Photography, Photography Office, Photography Movies, Motion Photography

See The Story Behind the Gare Saint-Lazare

It epitomizes the 'decisive moment' that influenced generations of street photographers and photojournalists

Charlie Phillips: why did it take so long for one of Britain's greatest photographers to get his due? | Photography | The Guardian Film Studio, Young Black, Great Photographers, West London, Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, The Guardian, Britain, Take That

Charlie Phillips: why did it take so long for one of Britain's greatest photographers to get his due?

His photographs of Muhammad Ali and Jimi Hendrix sold around the world. Cartier-Bresson was a fan, while Fellini liked him so much he put him in a film. Yet in the UK, Phillip’s work was ignored for decades

Diane Arbus, Child With Toy Hand Grenade, Central Park, NYC, 1962 (printed Courtesy of artnet Auctions. Diane Arbus, Weegee, Reportage Photography, Collections Photography, Robert Mapplethorpe, Walker Art, Sales Image, Global Art, Native Art

Revisit Diane Arbus's Best-Known Photo on Her 94th Birthday |artnet News

Diane Arbus was born on this day in 1924. artnet Auctions is offering one of her most famous images for sale.

17 Lessons Walker Evans Has Taught Me About Street Photography History Of Photography, Modern Photography, Artistic Photography, Image Photography, Black And White Photography, Street Photography, Portrait Photography, Walker Evans Photography, Photo Book

See the Photo That Established Modern Street Photography

'Blind' is one of TIME's 100 Most Influential Photos Of All Time

Charlie Phillips: why did it take so long for one of Britain's greatest photographers to get his due? | Photography | The Guardian Ancient Greek Architecture, Gothic Architecture, Film Studio, Vintage London, Young Black, Great Photographers, Vietnam Travel, Jimi Hendrix, London City

Charlie Phillips: why did it take so long for one of Britain's greatest photographers to get his due?

His photographs of Muhammad Ali and Jimi Hendrix sold around the world. Cartier-Bresson was a fan, while Fellini liked him so much he put him in a film. Yet in the UK, Phillip’s work was ignored for decades

Charlie Phillips: why did it take so long for one of Britain's greatest photographers to get his due? | Photography | The Guardian Great Photographers, Got Him, Map Art, News Stories, Bbc News, The Guardian, Britain, Photo Galleries, Pictures

Charlie Phillips: why did it take so long for one of Britain's greatest photographers to get his due?

His photographs of Muhammad Ali and Jimi Hendrix sold around the world. Cartier-Bresson was a fan, while Fellini liked him so much he put him in a film. Yet in the UK, Phillip’s work was ignored for decades

André Kertész - Meudon, France 1928 Last year my family did a house swap with a family from Paris. Their apartment was in the small suburb of Paris called Meudon, the location for this famous. Andre Kertesz, History Of Photography, Street Photography, Art Photography, Old Paris, Vintage Paris, Paris 1920s, Expositions, Great Photographers

Meudon by Andre Kertesz - Susan Spiritus Gallery

Meudon by Andre Kertesz - Susan Spiritus Gallery