Iranian photographer Hossein Fatemi, offers a glimpse of an entirely different side to Iran than the image usually broadcasted by domestic and foreign media. In his photo series An Iranian Journey, many of the photographs reveal an Iran that most people never see, presenting an eye-opening look at the amazing diversity and contrasts that exist in the country.
Beautiful (I had the exact same thought!)!
Self-portrait, Mexico, 1982
From Colors of the Wind
René & Radka
Photographers do not cure like a doctor, defend like a lawyer, analyze like a scholar, offer support like a priest, amuse like a raconteur or intoxicate like a singer, they simply look. That is enough—no, that is all. For a photographer, to look is everything. That is why photographers must continue to look things through and through. Photographers should gaze at their subjects head on, their whole form becoming an eye as they face the world. To stake their everything on looking, that is to be a photographer
The Pencil of the Sun, Mainichi Shimbun, 1975
Constantine Manos: Daytona Beach, Florida. 1997.
In his series, Behind a Little House, Manuel Cosentino transforms a tiny little house on a simple hill into a series of dramatically majestic landscapes. For two years, the Italian photographer documented the same location, capturing the house set against the changing light and weather throughout the years.
Photograph by Trent Parke—Magnum/Courtesy of Steidl
A Summertime Christmas in Australia: Go Inside Trent Parke’s Family Photo Album on LightBox.
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