kawai:

このツインタワーどこだ?

kawai:

このツインタワーどこだ?

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streetleveljapan:

rayonvert:

Daido Moriyama at Tate Modern (Tate Modernにて。Instagramで撮影)

Irony detector not included

streetleveljapan:

rayonvert:

Daido Moriyama at Tate Modern (Tate Modernにて。Instagramで撮影)

Irony detector not included

disturber-magazine:

Where: Tate Modern, London. When: 10 October. What: an exhibition featuring work by William Klein and Daido Moriyama.
If we haven’t convinced you yet, there’s not much else we can do (except perhaps sigh and feel sorry for you – what are you doing with your life?).
Two of the most distinguished and recognisable perspectives of modern photography, Klein’s and Moriyama’s pictures have contributed in establishing the mythology of New York and Tokio. The Tate exhibition will showcase “the visual affinity between their urgent, blurred and grainy style of photography and also their shared desire to convey street life and political protest, from anti-war demonstrations and gay pride marches to the effects of globalisation and urban deprivation”, therefore making for an inspiring compare-and-contrast game. The show will also take into consideration interesting corollaries, such as “the central role of the photo-book in avant-garde photography and the pioneering use of graphic design within these publications” – and if this particular subject catches your interest, you might want to check out as well Tate’s The Photobook and Photography Now.
A thing of beauty is a joy forever – and beauty, in this particular case, costs only 12.70£. The exhibition will run from this Wednesday, 10 October, to 20 January 2013; find more info at tate.org.uk.

disturber-magazine:

Where: Tate Modern, London.
When: 10 October.
What: an exhibition featuring work by William Klein and Daido Moriyama.

If we haven’t convinced you yet, there’s not much else we can do (except perhaps sigh and feel sorry for you – what are you doing with your life?).

Two of the most distinguished and recognisable perspectives of modern photography, Klein’s and Moriyama’s pictures have contributed in establishing the mythology of New York and Tokio.
The Tate exhibition will showcase “the visual affinity between their urgent, blurred and grainy style of photography and also their shared desire to convey street life and political protest, from anti-war demonstrations and gay pride marches to the effects of globalisation and urban deprivation”, therefore making for an inspiring compare-and-contrast game.
The show will also take into consideration interesting corollaries, such as “the central role of the photo-book in avant-garde photography and the pioneering use of graphic design within these publications” – and if this particular subject catches your interest, you might want to check out as well Tate’s The Photobook and Photography Now.

A thing of beauty is a joy forever – and beauty, in this particular case, costs only 12.70£.
The exhibition will run from this Wednesday, 10 October, to 20 January 2013; find more info at tate.org.uk.

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colourfullife4:

Life on the boat on Flickr.
Mamiya 6 automat, Kodak Portra 160NC

colourfullife4:

Life on the boat on Flickr.

Mamiya 6 automat, Kodak Portra 160NC

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etaletc:

agnes1.jpg

etaletc:

agnes1.jpg

wearelucky:

We are lucky and the Brighton Photo Fringe present - THE SELF PORTRAIT PROJECT.
The self portrait project will be displayed at the Brighton photo fringe between the 20th and the 26th of October.
A self portrait can be taken in anyway you see fit.
This is a call out for your submission - 
Please send your self portrait as a digital file or print.
we would love you to include a scan or photograph of your photography Journal as well to go along side your self-portrait.
Digital files - 300dpi at a printable size of 12x16 in.
Name files: First_Lastname
E-mail: weareluckyphotofringe@gmail.com
Printed - Anysize between 6x4 in and 12x16 in.
Post printed matter to - WEARELUCKY, UNIT D and E Level 2 South, New England house New England Street, Brighton, BN1 4GH, Sussex, UK.
The Dead line is the 15th of October.
For all info e-mail: weareluckyphotofringe@gmail.com
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE - Reblog x

wearelucky:

We are lucky and the Brighton Photo Fringe present - THE SELF PORTRAIT PROJECT.

The self portrait project will be displayed at the Brighton photo fringe between the 20th and the 26th of October.

A self portrait can be taken in anyway you see fit.

This is a call out for your submission - 

Please send your self portrait as a digital file or print.

we would love you to include a scan or photograph of your photography Journal as well to go along side your self-portrait.

Digital files - 300dpi at a printable size of 12x16 in.

Name files: First_Lastname

E-mail: weareluckyphotofringe@gmail.com

Printed - Anysize between 6x4 in and 12x16 in.

Post printed matter to - WEARELUCKY, UNIT D and E Level 2 South, New England house New England Street, Brighton, BN1 4GH, Sussex, UK.

The Dead line is the 15th of October.

For all info e-mail: weareluckyphotofringe@gmail.com

PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE - Reblog x

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boredomboredom:

3軒目

boredomboredom:

3軒目

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foldie:

Throw Away Your Books, Rally in the Streets
Shuji Terayama

(Source: youtube.com)

thephotocopyclub:

Submissions now open
Deadline 24th of September.

thephotocopyclub:

Submissions now open

Deadline 24th of September.

fromand:

leica ad: life’s too short [december 1969, modern photography]

fromand:

leica ad: life’s too short [december 1969, modern photography]

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