The Bang Bang ClubYou have to see this movie about war photographers called “The Bang Bang Club.” For photographers, it’s a near perfect experience.More Like This
The way photographers are shown in films follows the way in which any profession tends to be depicted in fiction - - usually as a caricature in a single dimension useful to the dramatic license taken out by the filmmaker.
The classic 1960 Federico Fellini movie “La Dolce Vita” introduced the paparazzi to the world stage and forever established a benchmark to the public’s perception of this type of news photographer as essentially a point and shoot automoton in the service of publicists. That view stuck no matter how brilliantly Weegee worked in this idiom with his sardonic exposures.
Here are Fellini’s paparazzi:
CI Daily featuring part 16sorry for the delay but I'm glad the members keep posting new workMore Like This
but I had some real life issues but here is a new feature
Journal Entry: JUN 16, 2012, 4:34 PM
this journal/article is made for members of#Creation-Inspiration
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in celebrating I the founder of Ci
will once again feature artwork/deviations (it depends on how many comments we get on this poll
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Pay Attention! XVPay Attention! is a feature series of amazing artists who deserve more attention.More Like This
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You can also suggest me artists who you would like to see in the next feature!
Show some love to the following amazing photographers!
Garlic by NNarcissus
Surrendered to You by NNarcissus