ghostphotographs:

Untitled (Ghost Photograph no. 136), 2013, 6”x 8”

ghostphotographs:

Untitled (Ghost Photograph no. 136), 2013, 6”x 8”

photographsonthebrain:

mpdrolet:

James Dean, NYC, 1955 —printing annotations by Pablo Inirio
*final image here
Dennis Stock

Can someone make a Lightroom version? 

photographsonthebrain:

mpdrolet:

James Dean, NYC, 1955 —printing annotations by Pablo Inirio

*final image here

Dennis Stock

Can someone make a Lightroom version? 

“If you’re good, and you know you’re good, and you know you’re better than those people getting paid to do it, you still have to have an open ear….Nobody’s music is the enemy of your music…The idea that someone else has made it when they shouldn’t have made it is toxic thinking.”
theswinginsixties:

Ina Balke photographed by Jeanloup Sieff for Harper’s Bazaar, 1962.

theswinginsixties:

Ina Balke photographed by Jeanloup Sieff for Harper’s Bazaar, 1962.

undr:

André Kertész
Homing Ship. New York. 1944

undr:

André Kertész

Homing Ship. New York. 1944

“Let’s call it the Vivian Maier test. If you and all your friends are dead are your pictures still good?”

Mostly True: The Dramatic Moment

Least annoying Vivian Maier reference ever.

(via kukkurovaca)

theantidote:

Victorian Spy Camera via Watchismo

(via fer1972:)

theimpossiblecool:

Happy Birthday, Mr. Vonnegut. 

theimpossiblecool:

Happy Birthday, Mr. Vonnegut. 

one125:

“Ward 64, Precinct 11, Philadelphia, Pa., 2008,” by Michael Mergen (via The Halls of Democracy: Places of Civic Responsibility - LightBox)

After combing through thousands of polling sites on Excel spreadsheets, the photographer then chose stations located in private homes or unusual businesses; his journeys have taken him to pizza parlors, living rooms, garages, funeral homes and other eccentric spots scattered across Philadelphia. His eight years of work have yielded three revealing yet non-partisan series aptly titled, Vote, Deliberate and Naturalization, which collectively seek to underscore the importance of citizen-driven governance.

These are lovely series. They convey an absurdity inherent in our civic processes: momentous decisions made under circumstances that are banal or bizarre or both. But they don’t triviliaze them. They seem to me both solemn and reservedly hopeful. Also quite lovely.

one125:

“Ward 64, Precinct 11, Philadelphia, Pa., 2008,” by Michael Mergen (via The Halls of Democracy: Places of Civic Responsibility - LightBox)

After combing through thousands of polling sites on Excel spreadsheets, the photographer then chose stations located in private homes or unusual businesses; his journeys have taken him to pizza parlors, living rooms, garages, funeral homes and other eccentric spots scattered across Philadelphia. His eight years of work have yielded three revealing yet non-partisan series aptly titled, Vote, Deliberate and Naturalization, which collectively seek to underscore the importance of citizen-driven governance.

These are lovely series. They convey an absurdity inherent in our civic processes: momentous decisions made under circumstances that are banal or bizarre or both. But they don’t triviliaze them. They seem to me both solemn and reservedly hopeful. Also quite lovely.

jesuisperdu:

taiyo onorato & nico krebs