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Dark City: London in the 30s

Pictures from London Night – John Morrison and Harold Burkedin 1934

Dark City: London in the 30s

Pictures from London Night – John Morrison and Harold Burkedin 1934

hikariphoto:

Some of my favourite color photographs taken with Google Nexus 5 phone .

All photographs taken and edited with Google Nexus 5 phone and VSCOcam .

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Vivian Maier. Street Photographer.

..need more names (besides your) 

The best street photographer?

Li Lang. The Yi People, Riha Zhaojue Sichuan, 2002
Courtesy of A Thousand Plateaus Gallery, Chengdu
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Li Lang. The Yi People, Riha Zhaojue Sichuan, 2002

Courtesy of A Thousand Plateaus Gallery, Chengdu

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minusmanhattan:

Little kids react to using an Apple II. This is hysterical/adorable. 

Exploring the Amazon
Published in 1970 by the National Geographic Society
Book and photos by Helen and Frank Schreider

Exploring the Amazon

Published in 1970 by the National Geographic Society

Book and photos by Helen and Frank Schreider

photographers on tumblr photoshoppers on tumblr

Ara Güler ~Alfred Hitchcock, 1974

Our meeting was to be in his office at Universal Studios in Los Angeles, with all the normal precautions and rules.  Hitchcock was very imposing.  From the start, he was silent and reserved, no doubt thinking: why do I have to waste my time with a Turkish photographer?  Nonetheless, he soon changed his mind and joined the fun.  For the two whole hours the old elephant struck poses, mimed and looked for props to spice up the decor.  Hitchcock directed himself, crossed my field of view, thought up a new composition and dreamt up apparitions of himself, like those that were obligatory in his films.  A silent film, as it turned out, as we exchanged barely a word.  Everything was in gestures and looks.  He understood and I understood - something I have never had with another subject. - Ara Guler

Ara Güler ~Alfred Hitchcock, 1974

Our meeting was to be in his office at Universal Studios in Los Angeles, with all the normal precautions and rules.  Hitchcock was very imposing.  From the start, he was silent and reserved, no doubt thinking: why do I have to waste my time with a Turkish photographer?  Nonetheless, he soon changed his mind and joined the fun.  For the two whole hours the old elephant struck poses, mimed and looked for props to spice up the decor.  Hitchcock directed himself, crossed my field of view, thought up a new composition and dreamt up apparitions of himself, like those that were obligatory in his films.  A silent film, as it turned out, as we exchanged barely a word.  Everything was in gestures and looks.  He understood and I understood - something I have never had with another subject. - Ara Guler