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Defina o-direito-de-ser-eu-mesmo.

Defina o-direito-de-ser-eu-mesmo.

Week 4, 3/4 - To me, that is how I define beauty. Her definition of beauty was capturing people who were otherwise frowned upon which is what makes her images so unique. Not many photographers that I can think of were taking photographs of “freaks”. She was able to see the beauty in the unordinary. Arbus discovered beauty in what everyone saw as ugly and unattractive.

Week 4, 3/4 - To me, that is how I define beauty. Her definition of beauty was capturing people who were otherwise frowned upon which is what makes her images so unique. Not many photographers that I can think of were taking photographs of “freaks”. She was able to see the beauty in the unordinary. Arbus discovered beauty in what everyone saw as ugly and unattractive.

Mia Farrow on a Bed, 1964, Diane Arbus.(1923 - 1971)

Mia Farrow on a Bed, 1964, Diane Arbus.(1923 - 1971)

B: The 10 Rules of Street Photography

B: The 10 Rules of Street Photography

duane michals

duane michals

REGBIT1: Fotográfa americana  Diane Arbus

REGBIT1: Fotográfa americana Diane Arbus

“Eu acredito que há coisas que ninguém veria se eu não as fotografasse” Diane Arbus. “O que eu nunca vi antes é o que reconheço.” Com esta frase, a fotógrafa Diane Arbus define o caminho que escolheu trilhar como artista e fotógrafa. A singularidade de seus retratos e a marca por ela deixada na história da fotografia americana se dá tanto em razão das pessoas que escolhia fotografar quanto por seu intenso interesse por elas.

“Eu acredito que há coisas que ninguém veria se eu não as fotografasse” Diane Arbus. “O que eu nunca vi antes é o que reconheço.” Com esta frase, a fotógrafa Diane Arbus define o caminho que escolheu trilhar como artista e fotógrafa. A singularidade de seus retratos e a marca por ela deixada na história da fotografia americana se dá tanto em razão das pessoas que escolhia fotografar quanto por seu intenso interesse por elas.

Saatchi Art Artist Bear Kirkpatrick; Photography, “Ashley: The Triumph of Death” #art

Saatchi Art Artist Bear Kirkpatrick; Photography, “Ashley: The Triumph of Death” #art

Katy Grannan (born 1969). Like Diane Arbus, Grannan often gravitates towards outré subjects—albinos, street people—for her portraits. However, she is less interested in exploring society’s margins than in she is capturing the ways in which everyone, no matter what walk of life, comports him or herself for the camera. For Grannan, the artifice of the pose is the defining element in our relationship with photography.

Katy Grannan (born 1969). Like Diane Arbus, Grannan often gravitates towards outré subjects—albinos, street people—for her portraits. However, she is less interested in exploring society’s margins than in she is capturing the ways in which everyone, no matter what walk of life, comports him or herself for the camera. For Grannan, the artifice of the pose is the defining element in our relationship with photography.

Veins: black-and-white studies of seediness and intimacy – in pictures

Veins: black-and-white studies of seediness and intimacy – in pictures

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