Train Station, Japan, ca. 1961 W. Eugene Smith - This would be an awesome picture even today
This was taken while something or the photographer was moving, which helps to express how crazy and fast pace the city and train stations are. Almost every light is stretched and it surrounding the people who are the only clear object in the photo.
Train Station, Japan by W. 1961 Time passes in the blink of an eye - hold to the moments you can cherish. awesome example of playing with long exposure/shutter speed
"Hardening of the categories causes art disease" - Eugene Smith Photo Credit: Eugene Smith
Joel Meyerowitz - Camel Coats, New York City, 1975 // Meyerowitz has captured multiple instances of repetition while also demonstrating an interesting quality of light. The three pairs of figures are what i have the most interest in.
Joel Meyerowitz-Camel Coats, New York City, 1975 - the photo leaves me with more questions than and I get. I want to know where the people going who they are they a couple other just friends
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In a mud pool at the sea salt mines near Bourgas, Bulgaria locals gather. He applies the mud from the pool and then stands upright until it is dry only to take a dip in the nearby sea. Afterwards he gets a relaxing swim in the of water in the salt mine.
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