Sometimes you are taken where you don’t necessary want to go. In the future, I will host this site myself and not by wordpress. Click the image to follow the … Continue reading
Who’s are the forefathers of street photography in Europe? Here are some names that should be recognised: Eugene Atget (1857-1927); Brassaï (1899-1984); Henri Cartier-Bresson (1908-2004); Rene Burri (1933-2014); Robert Capa (1913-1954); Robert Doisneau (1912-1994); Alfred Eisenstaedt … Continue reading
Yes, this is the photograph that Financial Times used for their article on street photography November 1, 2014. Today you will see it two times. It is also the logo I will … Continue reading
Of course I am happy about this. Click the image to see the reason why. Never in my dreams could I have imagined that my efforts in and … Continue reading
Interesting and quite unexpected things happen away from home. Like this Wednesday when I stumbled into Mr. John Kerry, United States Secretary of State, on his way from his lunch restaurant to the … Continue reading
Good morning this morning. When it comes down to it the best teacher you can have is yourself. Be inspired, of course. Make friends and learn from them but make … Continue reading
I became aware of this late last night. Yes, you could say that Sturgeon’s Law is nothing but a repetition of what Vilfredo Pareto (1848 – 1923) already indicated in … Continue reading
Will McBride at the opening of C/O Berlin, Berlin, October 29, 2014. © Knut Skjærven. All rights reserved.
Elliot Erwitt giving autographs at C/O Berlin, Berlin, October 29, 2014. © Knut Skjærven. All rights reserved.
Elliott Erwitt, Thomas Hoepker, Will McBride und Luise Schröder. Who can say now to that? Two days from today. Oh yes, I almost forgot: I will be there :-). #ellioterwitt … Continue reading
Not only that. It will help establish the old west as the new east in terms of photography in Berlin.
Not quite there yet but they will be. They have to be. Amerika Haus, was an institution established by the Americans shortly after WWII to give the Germans glimpses of the … Continue reading