henri cartier-bresson

"There is nothing in this world that does not have a decisive moment."
"I've always conceived photography from the very outset as this opportunity to be, not only a diary and an autobiography of my life, but also a reflection of a world that I would want to live in."
"Irreconcilable Images," the current exhibition of photographic images by Kevin O'Leary at Arcature Fine Art in Palm Beach, is a memorable event that examines the curious aesthetic merits of places and people that often display an inherent incompatibility.
Upon returning to New York, I decided to interview Peter in order to learn more about his fantastic retrospective from his
"I do believe in magic. The magic that happens when I am pointing a camera at life and freeze a few hundredths of a second into an image. Afterwards that image turns into this thing that communicates what I think and feel about the world."
Michael Ernest Sweet is a Canadian educator, writer and photographer. His second full-length collection of street photography
At the intersection of the Rue Servandoni and the Rue du Canivet in Paris's 6th Arrondissement lies a green painted storefront that once housed a restaurant called Le Bon Saint Pourcain.
At the time of William Eggleston's exhibition, color was shunned in serious photography circles. Until then photographers used color only for advertising and journalism, and it was widely despised by the mainstream art world of the time.
Travis Huggett is a New York City-based photographer who grew up in Rhode Island. He earned a BFA in photography from The
Photo courtesy of Bill Rauhauser. "Every time I saw an object, a place, a person who looked like a good photograph -- that