Tag : Old Photography

Rephotographed The Pictures Of Kurt Hielscher To Show How Things Have Changed After Almost 100 Years

Photographer Rephotographed The Pictures Of Kurt Hielscher To See Whether Things Have Changed After Almost 100 Years Or Not

During the First World War, Spain was neutral. On a study trip to Spain, when the war broke out, Kurt Hielscher got stuck. He stayed in Spain during the whole war and decided to make the best of it by traveling around and making a lot of photos that eventually…

Then And Now Photos Shows How Time Changes Things (20 Pics)

Then And Now Photos That Show How Time Changes Things (20 Pics)

Here are the 20 amazing “Then And Now” photos that show how time changes things. If you’re not familiar with what rephotography is, it’s the art of reshooting old photos of places in the modern-day as accurately as possible. There is a online Reddit group call r/OldPhotosInRealLife, people post great…

50 Pics Taken 50-100 Years Ago Showing Just How Much Things Changed Over Time (New Pics)

50 Pics Taken 50-100 Years Ago Showing Just How Much Things Changed Over Time (New Pics)

Even though we might not always notice it, time flies by incredibly fast, and it’s only when we look back at our old pictures that we notice just how much things changed. Thankfully, there’s a whole online community that’s entirely dedicated to these old pictures, and it’s absolutely fascinating. The…

Photographer Chris Porsz Recreates His Photos Of Strangers

Photographer Chris Porsz Recreates His Photos Of Strangers From 40 Years Ago

British photographer Chris Porsz is well-known for his unique project called “Reunions” which documents the lives of people in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire. One would think that it’s referring to simple street-style photos, but Porsz has been working on his project for over 40 years already. What makes his project special is…

40 Photos Of Interesting Historical Facts The World Should Not Forget

40 Photos Of Interesting Historical Facts The World Should Not Forget

Here are 40 photos of interesting historical facts the world should not forget shared by “Archaeo – Histories” Twitter account. Archaeo – Histories have more than 165K followers. This page ran by Dr. Mohammad Firoz Khan, ‘Archaeo – Histories’ is an interesting little online project that shares easy-to-digest educational snippets.…

Inspiring & Rare Color Photographs From Master Photographer Fan Ho

Inspiring & Rare Color Photographs From Master Photographer Fan Ho

Here are rare and beautiful color photographs from Master photographer Fan Ho. We have seen a lot of his Black and White photographs, but in this collection, we are presenting his colorwork. Fan Ho (1931–2016) is a China-born photographer, film director, and actor. He spent his early years in Shanghai,…

Tošo Dabac – Inspiration From Masters Of Photography

Tošo Dabac (18 May 1907 – 9 May 1970) was an internationally renowned Croatian photographer. Dabac spent nearly his entire working career in Zagreb, Croatia. While he worked on many different kinds of publications throughout his career, he is primarily notable for his black-and-white photographs of Zagreb street life during…

Sune Jonsson – Inspiration From Masters Of Photography

Sune Jonsson (20 December 1930 – 30 January 2009) was a Swedish documentary photographer and writer. Jonsson was born in Nyåker outside Nordmaling in the province of Västerbotten, Sweden. After studying folklore and literature in Stockholm and Uppsala, Jonsson returned in the early 1960s to northern Sweden. His debut book…

Dave Heath – Inspiration From Masters Of Photography

David Martin “Dave” Heath (27 June 1931 – 27 June 2016) was an American documentary and humanist photographer, whose most famous work was candid street photography. He was a mostly self-taught photographer. He was born in Philadelphia and was inspired by Life magazine, most notably an article Bad Boy’s Story…

Andreas Feininger: A Documentary Film about Legendary Photographer

Andreas Bernhard Lyonel Feininger (December 27, 1906 – February 18, 1999) was an American photographer and a writer on photographic technique. He was noted for his dynamic black-and-white scenes of Manhattan and for studies of the structures of natural objects. Feininger wrote comprehensive manuals about photography, of which the best…

Vladimir Lagrange – Inspiration From Masters Of Photography

Vladimir Lagrange was a Russian photographer born in 1939 in Moscow. In 1959-1963 he was working in “Photokhronika TASS”. Since 1963-1989 – special photo correspondent of “Soviet Union” Magazine, in 1989-1991 – in “Native Land” Magazine, in 1991-1995 – in Moscow representative of French Agency “Sipa – Press”. © Vladimir…

Meet Masha Ivashintsova (1942−2000), The “Vivian Maier of Russia”

Meet, Masha Ivashintsova (1942−2000), a woman who was hiding about 30,000 photos she took in the USSR. Recently, her daughter Asya Ivashintsova-Melkumyan was going through her stuff and found a stunning collection of more than 30,000 images. After deciding to develop these photos, Asya was shocked to discover how well…

Zofia Rydet – Inspiration From Masters Of Photography

Zofia Rydet (1911–1997) was a Polish photographer, best known for her project “Sociological Record”, which aimed to document every household in Poland. She began working on “Sociological Record” in 1978 at the age of 67, and took nearly 20,000 pictures until her death in 1997. Many of the pictures remain…

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