Country Doctor: A Photo Essay by W. Eugene Smith.
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The LIFE Picture Collection documents events in politics, culture, celebrities, the arts and the American experience. The collection contains close to one million images from LIFE Magazine and other treasures in the LIFE Photo Archive, representing some of the greatest photographers of the 20th century such as Alfred Eisenstaedt, Margaret.
Launched in 2017 as a journal of the monochromatic state of mind, Sindroms Magazine is a Copenhagen-based publication that seeks to investigate colors through culture and immerses its readers in the feelings and moods evoked by each singular color.
Established in 1976, Photo Life is Canada’s leading source for photography. Each issue of Photo Life is chock-full of inspiring content. Whether it’s interviews with prominent photographers, longer thought-provoking pieces, funny stories, articles on photo tools, or ideas for improving technique and storytelling approaches, it’s all designed for those who explore the world camera in hand.
An on-line exhibition of photography from Grey Villet a world-class photojournalist and former LIFE photographer. Site offers a retrospective sampling of his work, 1950's to 1980's with commentary by Barbara Villet. Photoessay section reviews major works such as: 'The Lash of Success' --a look at the price of success, 'More Than Compassion' --a look at the life of a nurse in the mid 1970's.
Magazine Photo essay Photo essay. The Evolution of David Tudor’s Rainforest Ana Janevski, Martha Joseph Oct 15, 2019 Photo essay. The Everyday Life of Simone Forti’s Dance Constructions Jason Riker, Ana Janevski, Thomas J. Lax, Martha Joseph Jan 28, 2019 Photo essay.
Life Magazine - the Martyrs' story 'In the Jungles of eastern Ecuador lives a tribe of Stone Age Indians called Aucas' wrote world renown photojournalist Cornell Capa - just days after news of the Palm Beach tragedy reached the world.