Gene Lemuel's 35mm Fully locked and loaded. The signifigance of this blog is after years of consideration. I ,Gene Lemuel, have decided to put imagery up so i can start to share some of my craft past and present works. This blog is dedicated to shooting film, the preservation of shootin...
28.06.2012[ read full story ]
Chien-Chi Chang has been a Magnum photographer since 1995. He lives in Taipei and New York. Chang has just completed a reportage for Médecins du Monde on the AIDS epidemic in Tanzania, where more than 6% of the population is affected.
09.12.2011[ read full story ]
A YouTube video of a chain smoking Indonesian toddler inspired me to create this series, Smoking Kids. The video highlighted the cultural differences between the east and west, and questioned notions of smoking being a mainly adult activity.
07.12.2011[ read full story ]
The French general public knows CharlElie Couture primarily for his music, but his more knowledgeable fans are aware also that he was a painter before becoming a musician and that he is a graduate of the art school of the city of Nancy. A “complete” artist who seeks to build an artist...
05.10.2011[ read full story ]
Linda Tuloup is speechless. So delicately speechless that we can’t
hear her fly. She floats, everywhere. She is a dreamer, eyes open.
When she began taking pictures in 2007, a recent graduate in social
psychology, her poetic observation of the world was delicately dressed
in a baroque dr...
29.09.2011[ read full story ]
Every day I keep waiting for Fareed." One morning Fourten years ago Arsha's forty seven year old husband went to work, but never came back. Since she cannot resign herself to forget him. As Arsha, there are thousands in Kashmir who call themselves the Half widows name which...
30.09.2011[ read full story ]
Dylan Coulter's great grandfather had 8 cows when he started a family ranching business in 1903, at age 16. By the 1950s, he owned nine ranches and more than 19,000 acres, primarily in Wallowa County, Ore. His children (Coulter's grandparents), now in their 80s and 90s, have perpetuat...
29.09.2011[ read full story ]
It only took Damon Winter five days of work to equal Lewis Hine or Charles Ebbets. On the worksite of the new World Trade Center, the New York Times photographer covered the Ironworkers, those builders of American skyscrapers who are as much to...
19.09.2011[ read full story ]
Bernard Benant was born in 1959 in Constantine, Algeria. Since he was 24 years old, he has been passionate about photography. We chose to show three series by him. "More Money", "Red" and "Miami", originally commissioned by the Spanish magazine Neo2, where the object was to capture the b...
28.09.2011[ read full story ]
The creation of false babies… Everything started in Hollywood, since the law in the United States prohibits films working with babies who are less than three months old. As this phenomenon spread among the public, a market begins to grow in all four corners of the world. Creator of life in plastic,...
23.09.2011[ read full story ]
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