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influential photographers – Ansel Adams

Ansel Adams Gallery website

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Ken Regan’s Rock & Roll Life

Produced by Stephen Menick. Edited by John Prete. Voiced by Craig Sechler.

a few interesting links

This week I found a few interesting things:

Kim Joon’s work
Photo Series Of Cool Grannies Rocking Band Tees

funny

Sacred Skin

evening (almost) without internet

Yesterday evening after watching interview with Stanley Greene -> check Vogue website I spent some time checking his two photography books I have. One is Black Passport (where you can find that Metallica photo from this post) and other one is Open Wound (book with photo of the tank)… those photographs are just perfect…and so honest…

and interview… it’s really worth to check…

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© Aga Luczakowska

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Annie Leibovitz – Life Through a Lens

Photographer Annie Leibovitz has produced some of the most memorable and iconic images of the last 30 years, from her work with Rolling Stone magazine through to her Hollywood cover portraits at Vanity Fair. She has also recorded the horrors of war in Rwanda and Sarajevo and taken intimate shots her own friends and family, including Susan Sontag. This documentary, directed by her sister, is a fascinating portrait of a great talent, featuring vintage footage of Leibovitz in action during the 1960s and contributions from Arnold Schwarzenegger, Hillary Clinton, Mick Jagger and George Clooney.


one of the best known Annie’s photos…

Source: google.ca via Ray on Pinterest

groupies by Baron Wolman

I came across those interesting photos two days ago…

more photos under links – http://www.rockpaperphoto.com/ and http://www.guardian.co.uk

all imaghes -Baron Wolman

my first b-day gift this year

So far it’s first birthday gift I got this year (not counting the one I got for myself ) !
It’s the gift from my boyfriend, Victor :)
There is still a few more days left until I will be officially one year older, but I think it’s the best gift I could get… Motorhead Roadkill by Pep Bonet…
Here are some images I took just when I got it…

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Lately my blog become like Motorhead fan page… I promise to write and post photos/videos about other things, too!… I really promise!

2013 World Press Photo Awards Announced…. I can not wait to see all photos!

metalheads in Botswana

Edith, Hellrider, and Dadmonster pose for a photograph. In Botswana, heavy metal music has landed. Metal groups are now performing in nightclubs, concerts, festivals. The ranks of their fans have expanded dramatically. These fans wear black leather pants and jackets, studded belts, boots and cowboy hats. On their t-shirts stand out skulls, obscenities, historical covers of hard-rock groups popular in the seventies and eighties, such as Iron Maiden, Metallica, and AC/DC. They have created their own style, inspired by classic metal symbolism, but also borrowing heavily from the iconography of western films and the traditional rural world of Botswana. Their nicknames, Gunsmoke, Rockfather, Carrott Warmachine, Hellrider, Hardcore, Dignified Queen, may appear subversive and disturbing as their clothing, but they are peaceful and gentle. "We like to get dressed,, drink meet friends and feel free , this music is so powerful . We are lucky to live in a country tolerant and open" argues one of the leaders. A precious rarity for Africa. (© Daniele Tamagni, Italy, 2013 Sony World Photography Awards)

Edith, Hellrider, and Dadmonster pose for a photograph. In Botswana, heavy metal music has landed. Metal groups are now performing in nightclubs, concerts, festivals. The ranks of their fans have expanded dramatically. These fans wear black leather pants and jackets, studded belts, boots and cowboy hats. On their t-shirts stand out skulls, obscenities, historical covers of hard-rock groups popular in the seventies and eighties, such as Iron Maiden, Metallica, and AC/DC. They have created their own style, inspired by classic metal symbolism, but also borrowing heavily from the iconography of western films and the traditional rural world of Botswana. Their nicknames, Gunsmoke, Rockfather, Carrott Warmachine, Hellrider, Hardcore, Dignified Queen, may appear subversive and disturbing as their clothing, but they are peaceful and gentle. “We like to get dressed,, drink meet friends and feel free , this music is so powerful . We are lucky to live in a country tolerant and open” argues one of the leaders. A precious rarity for Africa. (© Daniele Tamagni, Italy, 2013 Sony World Photography Awards)

link to Daniele Tamagni website -> http://www.photodantam.com/