Beginning in 2006, Tim Mantoani started an exhausting project to…

Beginning in 2006, Tim Mantoani started an exhausting project to take portraits of famous living photographers with their most iconic images.

Over the years, Mantoani took over 150 portraits with a rare, 20×24 Polaroid camera.

Portraits of Famous Photographers With Their Iconic Images

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theres no perfect couple at the BEGINNING :)

theres no perfect couple at the BEGINNING :)
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Beginning in 2006, Lucas Foglia set out to photograph tight-knit…

Beginning in 2006, Lucas Foglia set out to photograph tight-knit communities in the American West, but he soon found himself in the midst of a mining boom that was transforming the landscape.

For seven years, Foglia documented the transformations happening in America’s most rural and least populated region. Frontcountry is photojournalism at its very best.

Photographing the American West in the Midst of a Mining Boom

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Monochrome Mondays beginning with a clever photo by Alex…

Monochrome Mondays beginning with a clever photo by Alex Belyaev.

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“The nation of Egypt has now embarked on a brave new beginning, achieved through passionate but…”

“The nation of Egypt has now embarked on a brave new beginning, achieved through passionate but peaceful demonstrations by people throughout the country. However, amidst scenes of celebration in Tahrir Square, sad news has emerged from the museum that is situated there.”

Statues of Tutankhamun, Akhenaten and Nefertiti stolen from the Egyptian Museum, Cairo via The Eloquent Peasant. Sad news for Elizabeth Peters readers – what would Emerson and Peabody think?
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“We’re beginning to inhabit ad hoc, overlapping, always-on virtual salons — you’re talking to…”

“We’re beginning to inhabit ad hoc, overlapping, always-on virtual salons — you’re talking to someone, and then you both get pulled off into different directions, to form different shapes and vectors within the conversations, and then come together again, having never really been apart. You can even have multiple conversations via multiple media with the same person in the same span of time. Single conversations are one-dimensional chess; our language games have increased in complexity. And, potentially, in reward. Because with its ability to feel distant stories in a more personal manner, the expanded self points a way towards those stories becoming more relevant, and perhaps more actionable.”

“How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Flow,” Peggy Nelson, Nieman Storyboard
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