Photographer, Filmmaker Tim Hetherington Interview

Posted in: Contemporary Photography, Uncategorized- Apr 21, 2011 Comments Off

Very tragic to learn that British Photographer Tim Hetherington was killed …. Well, war is — it is a very slippery thing to try and get out any truisms about war,” Hetherington said. “I mean, Tim O”Brien, the writer, you know, said the same thing. You know, war is hell, but it”s more than that. [...]

Elise Boularan

Posted in: Contemporary Photography- Apr 01, 2011 Comments Off

© Elise Boularan
© Elise Boularan
© Elise Boularan
Beautiful portraits. They are mystifying, somehow.

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In Making a Portrait

Posted in: Contemporary Photography, Uncategorized- Mar 24, 2011 Comments Off

© Henri Cartier-Bresson. Portrait de Camus, 1947 If, in making a portrait, you hope to grasp the interior silence of a willing victim, it”s very difficult, but you must somehow position the camera between his shirt and his skin. Whereas with pencil drawing, it is up to the artist to have an interior silence. – Henri [...]

“École nationale de la chanson” by Benoit Paillé

Posted in: Contemporary Photography, Uncategorized- Mar 22, 2011 Comments Off

Great series by Benoit Paillé. Take a look also to Under Night, very nice indeed.

© Benoit Paillé.

© Benoit Paillé.

© Benoit Paillé.

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