Stills from the book: Hollywood Frame by Frame: The Unseen Silver Screen in Contact Sheets, 1951–1997, by Karina Longworth.
In the pre-digital era, contact sheets offered a quick, visual summary of a photo shoot, and photographers, editors, and even subjects would make marks directly on the printed contact sheet pages to signify which images should be printed (and which absolutely shouldn’t), how they should be cropped, and whether or not more shooting was needed. Once a frame of film was exposed, it couldn’t be deleted, so contact sheets always include “mistakes”—moments which the photographer, or the subject, may not want anyone to see. Many of these contact sheets tell stories about how star personas are invented, while also exposing aspects of the individual celebrities’ personalities which the entire industry of celebrity myth-making usually tries to squeeze out.
Breakfast at Tiffany’s (Paramount/The Kobal Collection/Howell Conant)
Raging Bull (Christine Loss)
mollychamber said: Seguindo, Gostei daqui Lindo :B
Eba! Obrigada. Eu também to seguindo (:
knotion said: dude, is there a central place where you upload images, como a portfolio online? y tambien, do yo do portrait work? if so, que tipo? (Kamene)
Mariamagda.com is my ‘folio that needs updating. And yes I do do portrait work. All kinds. My style is bright, slightly whimsical and mysterious (:
Two wild dingo babies. 09.06.14
Dentro -tan alrededor- de ella, corre un río, resplandeciente, que acaricia y adora cada curva planetaria de su cuerpo, sin juzgar y sin degradar, de la más pura honestidad que hay, como sí fuera la última vez.
07.06.14 - Austin, Texas - iPhone + VSCO process
Momentos efímeros de Paraguay.
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Policía Militar en Asunción, Paraguay.
I’m now on Behance, click photo for click-through link to see more (:
Two Elephants at Sunset in the Okavango Delta
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Metaphors of Xicanas en El Barrio, video collage, 2014
A short “collage of thoughts” as Itzel Alejandra called it, collaborate creativity. A walk through Gaspar Enriquez’s exhibition, Metaphors of El Barrio.
A short on the El Paso Museum of Art current exhibit. An art review with a personal voice. Inspired by Gaspar Enriquez’s portrayal of himself and his community, one we related to instantly. Art is subjective, never objective.