photographer's love

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  • The subjects of Rachelle Mozman's medium-format color portraits in this En Foco touring exhibition, now in East Harlem, all appear to be under age 10, and although they are physically attractive, "cute"—probably the most pejorative adjective one could use to describe a serious photographer's pictures of children—isn't how they are made to appear.

    Religious Experiences

  • Gazza contemplates eating the photographer's brains.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • The match was between points when a spectator waving a flag climbed through the photographer's pit and onto Federer's side of the court.

    Slam complete: Federer dumps Soderling for French Open title

  • Any photograph I see, I usually think the photographer's pretty good.

    Photographer Sean Smith's best shot

  • I notice the photographer's name is Gurinder Osan, not, to be sure, a definite sign in this multicultural age, but still it might give the conscientous sub-editor a pause for thought.

    Country diary: Northumberland

  • They were working with the photographer's busy schedule, communications director Karamargin said, and wanted to use Weis in particular because of his history as a journalist and as Giffords' friend.

    First photos of Gabrielle Giffords released

  • AMSTERDAM — A South African photographer's portrait of an Afghan woman whose husband sliced off her nose and ears in a case of Taliban-administered justice won the World Press Photo award for 2010, one of the industry's most coveted prizes.

    Shocking Afghanistan Photo Wins Prestigious Honor

  • I do post one photographer per day, but the reason why I post one is so that people have enough time to look, so that the photographer's work is done justice.

    Conscientious: Weblogs: May 2009 Archives

  • Straigthforward black-and-white compositions mirror the photographer's own approach as he banters with babushkas and farmer's daughters alike, playfully teasing subjects who often respond with a blunt, mordant humor.

    Waking Lives, Dream States

  • Courtesy the artist/ Pace/MacGill Gallery/ Galerie Barbara Weiss 'Untitled' by Boris Mikhailov, from the series 'Case History' 1997-98 The 72 year-old photographer's style of grotesque realism, developed over more than 40 years, has earned him a devoted following among critics in the U.S. and in Europe.

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