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Sartore's powerful visual message, that to know these animals is to save them, is conveyed with humor, compassion, and imaged art Sartore circled the earth, visiting zoos and wildlife rescue centers, to create studio portraits of 12,000 species, with an emphasis on those facing extinction.
Covering a long wall opposite the gallery entrance, Ryan McGinley's YEARBOOK, 2014, greeted visitors with a mosaic of vivid, poster-size studio portraits of beautiful young men and women--members of New York's "creative community"--in the nude.
As well as doing more conventional studio portraits McBean, a pioneer of photo-surrealism, would arrange his subjects in dream-like sets that he created in his studio.
As to my studio portraits, I took pictures that were different.
It seems to have been Rizal's favorite, among a handful of studio portraits taken while he was abroad, so he planned to publish this on the title page of his second novel, El Filibusterismo (1891), but he changed his mind to save on printing costs.
This passion, combined with many years working closely with Directors of Photography, has seen him take studio portraits of numerous cinematographers.
The coffee-table book for dog lovers contains studio portraits of the most manicured and primped dogs such as Poodles, Cocker spaniels, Bichon Frise's and Bedlington Terriers.
They range across a century from formal studio portraits of children of the landed gentry, upper and middle classes to seemingly un-posed street pictures in the second part of the twentieth century.
uk/walker Double Take: Keith Medley Archive Pairs of high street studio portraits of Merseysiders, ends September 15.
Photography and the American Civil War" includes intimate studio portraits of armed Union and Confederate soldiers preparing to meet their destiny; battlefield landscapes strewn with human remains; rare multi-panel panoramas of the killing fields of Gettysburg (Pa.
One of their projects, Photographers in Conflict, features studio portraits of field photographers outside their comfort zones.
For this book, Collins's great-niece collects a wealth of high-quality, b&w historical studio portraits taken by Collins, portraying Creole and African-American couples, children, families, graduates, clubs, and debutantes in New Orleans from 1920 to 1949.