11 september 2001. On this date, two aircraft crashed into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center, located on the southern tip of Manhattan in New York, and another aircraft into the Pentagon, near Washington D.C. A fourth aircraft crashed near Shanksville, Pennsylvania.
Legendary photographer Elliott Erwitt captured day-to-day life on the city streets. Elliott’s sense of humor and love of dogs clearly comes through in his photography.
Martin Parr is a British documentary photographer, photojournalist and photobook collector. He is known for his photographic projects that take an intimate look at aspects of modern life, in particular documenting the social classes of England.
The Beatles – photographed during their heydays by famous or not so famous photographers. You have to love The Beatles. The life of the 4 guys from Liverpool as it unfolds in front of the camera.
Hunting for characters on the Streets of New York City with Magnum Photographer Bruce Gilden.
There is nothing quite like the magic of seeing your first darkroom print appear in the tray. If you have always wanted to learn how to make a black and white print in the darkroom then this is the perfect video for you.
Diane Arbus, one of the great contemporary photographers of the 20th Century. Today, some 50 years after Diane Arbus death, the legacy her photos has left us give a intimate portrait of a photographer who battled her own inner demons.
An award-winning street photographer who has been creating memorable images in the great photojournalistic tradition since 1962, Joel Meyerowitz pioneered the use of color in this slice of life genre, and his classic book on Cape Cod, “Cape Light” was instrumental in changing the prevailing dismissive attitudes toward color photography.
Over the last five years, the Italian photographer (born 1985) Nicolò Filippo Rosso spent periods of weeks and months in La Guajira, a Colombian peninsula that is home to the indigenous Wayúu people. Border struggles, a lack of water, poverty, coal mining in the middle of a desert, being a transit point for migrants and smugglers; all give rise to the toughest of living conditions.
One of our favourite photographers and his choice of camera. Steve McCurry: China with the Leica SL2