On Color – Joel Meyerowitz

M and I have both written about color versus black and white photography, and others have voiced their own, sometimes dissenting views. I wanted to add another viewpoint to the discussion, this time from New York photographer Joel Meyerowitz, who wrote, in Joel Meyerowitz Retrospective: It’s easy to make a simple comparison about – for…

Everybody Street

Director Cheryl Dunn was commissioned by the Seaport Museum New York to make a documentary about New York City street photographers. The result was Everybody Street, which was produced by ALLDAYEVERYDAY, and which premiered at the museum in conjunction with the exhibit “Alfred Stieglitz New York” The video was released in segments by The New…

Garry Winogrand – Words and Images – M’s Review.

I had originally written this as a comment on Bill’s previous post of the same title, but I thought because of its length and content that it warranted a post instead as it mirrors much of what Bill and I have already expounded in our series The Art and History of Street Photography. For those…