Pellegrin traveled around the world to capture these movie stars in various locations. He also had the help of a post production team in Europe and the US to retouch the images. But I don’t think it dimishes the images — we want our movie stars to look immaculate and mythological. And these pictures do the trick. So apologies to Paolo for being a doubter. You killed it.
Czech photographer Dita Pepe uses self-portrait photography to explore ideas of how personal identity can seem to change dramatically in relationship to the other people in our lives, and the surrounding circumstances.
Sundance is over,…within minutes after the awards are given, the chairs disappear, the lights dim and DJ’s, caterers, and a wide range of dance moves, both awful, haunting and beautiful begin to appear.
On Sunday, I covered the first day of searching for 6-year-old Adji Desir. He was last seen outside of his grandma’s home in Farm Workers Village in Immokalee, Fla. — a migrant town about 40 miles outside of Naples. They have kept searching with no leads.
Much has been made of the perils undocumented workers face crossing the southern border of the United States in search of work and a better life. For Central Americans, the U.S. border marks the end of one of the longest, most treacherous migrations on the planet. Still there has been a rise of 50 percent of undocumented Central Americans from Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras living in the U.S. since 2000.
There’s something magical about a camera, the way looking through it changes one’s view of the world and how with one click it can freeze time. Few know that better than Herral Long, a photojournalist with The Blade for more than 50 years.
it’s the time when photo editors compile collections of their staff’s best work of the year. At stltoday.com, we’ve organized our work into five different categories. Here are examples of each category, along with links to the full galleries.
Walking through the streets of Oaxaca or its countryside, I felt a strange emotion in seeing the moments of daily life of “campesinos”, artisans, workers, old and young people. There was an incredible power, nearly like that of magic, to their faces. In spite of the heavy work, there was a serenity and a limpid hope in their eyes.