The Photojournalist

“Photographer Dennis Stock holding camera to his face so that the lens looks like his right eye & viewfinder his left eye.” Photograph by Andreas Feininger. June From the Life Photo Archive.

A Sweet, Subtle Heart

75+ New Must-Have Photos With Your Groom

Why We Love It: We heart this cute photo idea!Why You Love It: "He made a heart with his hands, cute!" —Romina H. "So sweet" —Rochel L.Photo Credit: Ashfall Mixed Media, Inc.

Classic. Classic. Classic.  I still love this photo...I heard an interview on the radio about this woman 50 yrs later.  They did not know each other.

"C'est la vie" (updated 5/30/12)

I know I already rep inner this I just like the life logo in the bottom don't judge me haha loveee.American Sailor Kissing a Nurse V-J Day in Times Square,August Photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt for Life magazine

Chronically Vintage: Life Magazine photo collection celebrates New York's Golden Age

A sailor and his date ejoying day in Central Park while he is on shore leave.Photo by Peter Stackpole, New York, 1943

Life Magazine 1950 I would love to do this exact old fashion pic with sister and friends...

Life Magazine 1950 I would love to do this exact old fashion pic with sister and friends.

Erwin Blumenfeld Autoportrait

Erwin Blumenfeld, Autoportrait, 1932 Photographic history is chock-full of people who were painters before they became photographers, but.

BLOG — Skye Von

I love how mysterious this photograph is! I like that some aspects of the Image are more focused than others underwater image by jacob sutton

Ara GŰLER :: Imogen Cunningham, 1970s

Imogene Cunningham est la femme) photographe la plus prolifique et douée du…

SK self portrait, 1950

Stanley Kubrick was an American film director, screenwriter, producer, cinematographer, and editor- Self-portrait with Leica held vertically

A Llama in Times Square. New York. 1957. - Inge Morath – Magnum Photos

A Llama in Times Square. New York. 1957

Man Ray     Self-portrait, Paris     1932  “Cher Tzara. Dada cannot live in New York. All New York is dada, and will not tolerate a rival.” Man Ray, in a note to Tristan Tzara discussing Man Ray’s opinion that it was impossible to spread dada in New York.  1921

Self-Portrait printed after 1960 Man Ray Born: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1890 Died: Paris, France 1976 Pierre Gassmann (Printer) solarized gelatin silver print image: 11 x 8 in.) Smithsonian American Art Museum Gift of Lucien Treillard


Actress & Dancer, Charlotte Greenwood, 1928 ~ Photo taken at Metro Goldwyn Mayer Studio