A Roving Eye

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Party, 1953
Saul Leiter

Party, 1953

Saul Leiter

Jean Pearson, 1948

by Saul Leiter

Jean Pearson, 1948

by Saul Leiter

onlyonphotography:

retrogasm:

Ansel Adams and Imogen Cunningham by Alan Ross, 1975

The amount of awesome in this photo is ridiculous.
The camera is the Hasselblad 500E. It’s exactly like the 500C, except it had a motor drive that advance the film at a speed of 1.5 frames per second. It came with two rechargeable NiCd batteries. He also has a eye finder, instead of the waist level finder. You have to put this up to your eye to see, like a regular camera. The bellows in front of the lens were probably used to achieve macro focusing of the subject. 

onlyonphotography:

retrogasm:

Ansel Adams and Imogen Cunningham by Alan Ross, 1975

The amount of awesome in this photo is ridiculous.

The camera is the Hasselblad 500E. It’s exactly like the 500C, except it had a motor drive that advance the film at a speed of 1.5 frames per second. It came with two rechargeable NiCd batteries. He also has a eye finder, instead of the waist level finder. You have to put this up to your eye to see, like a regular camera. The bellows in front of the lens were probably used to achieve macro focusing of the subject. 

Paris, 1970’s
Adam Bartos

Paris, 1970’s

Adam Bartos

From ‘Darkroom’, a book by photographer Adam Bartos, a sort of anthropological study of the darkroom as it becomes an obsolete space in the world of photograph creation. Showing a series of still-life scenes from various darkrooms, predominately in New York, the world of darkroom development is observed. 

From ‘Darkroom’, a book by photographer Adam Bartos, a sort of anthropological study of the darkroom as it becomes an obsolete space in the world of photograph creation. Showing a series of still-life scenes from various darkrooms, predominately in New York, the world of darkroom development is observed.