New Yorker article on Shirley Baker's street photography

Discussion in 'Casual Photo Conversations' started by Hector Javkin, Nov 3, 2019.

  1. Ludmilla, Nick D. and tholte like this.
  2. Those are really interesting pictures, like snapshots of that time.
     
  3. Hector, thanks for posting this link to the "New Yorker." Her images reftect a lot of diversity - of both color and monochrome styles, and of subject matter. Somewhat arbitrarily, I selected the photo she shot in Macon, France in 1980. I like the subdued colors, the vehicular activity in a variety of directions, the geometrical aspect of the street markings, and the people, some of whom are defying the rainy weather by not having umbrellas.
     
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  4. Totally agree with Michael above.
     

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