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26-Year-Old Photographer Nadine Ijewere On Her Historic Vogue Cover | Vogue

Hayley Maitland , Vogue Nadine Ijewere photographed Dua Lipa, Binx Walton, and Letitia Wright on the Kentish coast for this issue’s cover story, she became the first woman of colour to shoot the cover of any Vogue in the magazine’s 125-year global history. Here, the one-to-watch shares the details of her remarkable career to date. (The image above -right- is a fave, the striking features of the subject combined with the color tones of the patterns is reminiscent of the royal profiles of ancient Egyptian murals.) Image Credit When did you become interested in photography? As a teenager, I actually […]

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Digitally Altered Portraits Superimposed with Flowers, Antique Patterns, and Wildlife Illustrations by Tawny Chatmon | Colossal “My camera remains my primary tool of communication, while my constant exploration of diverse ways of expression moves me to add several different layers using a variety of mediums...”

Kate Sierzputowski Colossal Tawny Chatmon. Featured Image -based artist Tawny Chatmon combines traditional portraiture with digital collage, layering elements of antique patterns, vintage botanicals, and wildlife illustrations onto images of her children and other relatives. Once printed, Chatmon often revisits the digital textures she has superimposed, physically adding layers of gold ornamental elements or paint. “My camera remains my primary tool of communication, while my constant exploration of diverse ways of expression moves me to add several different layers using a variety of mediums,” explains Chatmon to Colossal, “After a portrait session is complete, I typically digitally manipulate my portraits […]

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Thomas Allen Harris Goes Through a Lens Darkly | PBS.Org The first documentary to explore the role of photography in shaping the identity, aspirations, and social emergence of African Americans from slavery to the present, Through a Lens Darkly: Black Photographers and the Emergence of a People probes the recesses of American history through images that have been suppressed, forgotten, and lost.

The first documentary to explore the role of photography in shaping the identity, aspirations, and social emergence of African Americans from slavery to the present, Through a Lens Darkly: Black Photographers and the Emergence of a People probes the recesses of American history through images that have been suppressed, forgotten, and lost.

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Photos reveal black work camps in Mich. in Depression | The Detroit News Detroit – A striking, sepia-toned picture recently acquired by the University of Michigan jumps out from the past and begs to tell a story: A man dressed in a heavy coat and hat is as big as the cabin door whose knob he is reaching to turn and enter.

Detroit – A striking, sepia-toned picture recently acquired by the University of Michigan jumps out from the past and begs to tell a story: A man dressed in a heavy coat and hat is as big as the cabin door whose knob he is reaching to turn and enter.

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Dignity brought to life: Colorized photographs show the everyday life of African Americans who lived side by side with immigrants in Jim Crow-era Nebraska | Daily Mail Black and white images of African Americans in Lincoln, Nebraska, from 1910-1925 during the New Negro Movement, have been colorized by an online group

Black and white images of African Americans in Lincoln, Nebraska, from 1910-1925 during the New Negro Movement, have been colorized by an online group.

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