A fashion shot by Herb Ritts in 1990. Dress by Versace. In creating the black tunnel shape surrounding the model, Ritts hung a tarp on a metal frame and used wind machines to blow it out.
As the world changes and becomes more technologically advanced it becomes more difficult to hide from scrutiny. Almost everyone has a digital footprint in some form or other unless they are scrupulous about staying off the grid. But good artists it seems have a knack for only becoming famous after they have died. Vivian Maier... Continue Reading →
Congratulations to Glenda Hubbard Butterflyblue@byron as one of the first winners of the mynuphoto photo competition. This was just one of 4 beautiful images sent in by Glenda. — with Butterflyblue@byron. We run our photo competition by-monthly. and you choose to enter your photos at checkout when ordering your prints. Winners receive £30 or $50 AUD, which... Continue Reading →
Eugène Atget was born in France on the 12th February 1857. He was a pioneer of documentary photography, noted for his desire to document all of the architecture and street scenes of Paris before their disappearance to modernisation. Most of his photographs were first published by Berenice Abbott after his death on the 4th August... Continue Reading →
It is said that ‘the photos of Tim Walker evoke something childlike, magical and enchanting, captured from the dreamlike fantasies of his imagination’. This is an amazing photo of model actress Lilly Cole by Tim Walker for Vogue magazine.
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