Tonje Brustuen

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Famous Self Portrait Photographers Who Define the Genre

Famous Self Portrait Photographers Who Define the Genre

Self portrait by photographer Mary Ellen Mark. “I’m just interested in people on the edges. I feel an affinity for people who haven’t had the best breaks in society”.

This is a self portrait by photographer Mary Ellen Mark, who just recently died. As soon as I saw it, I knew this is what I always imagined Maggie would look like as a young woman, when she was living with Finn at South Patch Farm.

Walker Evans [Self-portrait on Roof of 441 East 92nd Street, New York City]

Walker Evans [Self-portrait on Roof of 441 East Street, New York City]. Other photographers Robert Frank, Garry Winogrand, Diane Arbus, and Lee Friedlander are among the most significant later photographers who have acknowledged their debt to Evans

Abducted Nigerian School Girls : : Glenna Gordon

Second Prize, General News, Stories – Glenna Gordon, taken in Abuja, Nigeria

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A century ago their ancestors sought shelter in Syria after escaping the genocide perpetrated by the Ottoman Turks. Now Syrian Armenians reverse the trek.

A century ago their ancestors sought shelter in Syria after escaping the genocide perpetrated by the Ottoman Turks. Now Syrian Armenians reverse the trek.

Walden Pond may conjure images of a New England idyll. But given the human activity around Thoreau’s touchstone, you’re more likely to find people taking selfies than engaging in self-reflection.

Walden Pond may conjure images of a New England idyll. But given the human activity around Thoreau’s touchstone, you’re more likely to find people taking selfies than engaging in self-reflection.

For years Mahtab Hussain has photographed working-class Asian Muslim men in England as part of a portrait series that counters simplistic narratives that portray Muslims as refugees or terrorists.

For years Mahtab Hussain has photographed working-class Asian Muslim men in England as part of a portrait series that counters simplistic narratives that portray Muslims as refugees or terrorists.