Author Archives: Juan

Photographing the Beginning of the Civil Rights Movement

After reading the story of both photographs I think that Will counts’ image of Elizabeth Eckford going to high school in little rock was more effective than Robert Frank, trolley, image from the Americans. Although Frank’s image was important because … Continue reading

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Street Art, Photography, and the Inside Out Project in Times Square

I think Street Art, Photography, and the Inside Out project in Times Square was a great project started by JR because it wasn’t just an idea to share art through photography but like one guy in the trailer said, that … Continue reading

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Tim Hetherington and Modern-day War Photography

After watching the trailer Restrepo so many things come to mind, but the first things that I said to my self was, how can people suffer like that just to have some photographs and others just to protect a country. … Continue reading

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The Falling Soldier

In my opinion I do believe “the falling soldier” photograph taken Robert Capa was staged. Although the picture also makes you think that it might be authentic because in the article written by Richard Whelan says that Federico Borrel Garcia … Continue reading

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Response to Photography and Special Effects in Early Film

After watching the short film you can see how they tried to make films the best they could and how it was something big for them, back then it was probably the greatest invention and compared to todays films we … Continue reading

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Response to Rooms from Versailles to post-Katrina New Orleans

Many photographers have their style of photography and Robert Polidori has his own and unique style of taking photographs. In my opinion I think Polidori’s photographs are a powerful statements of unique event but he also anesthetize historic events. I … Continue reading

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Walker Evan’s Subway Portraits

After reading the review of the new edition of Walker Evans Photographs It seems like it was his passion to take pictures in the Subway, Which He called it “a project for love” he enjoyed doing what he wanted to … Continue reading

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