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7knotwind:

Haley Morris-Cafiero
Wait Watchers 

For my series, Wait Watchers, I set up a camera in a heavy-traffic, public area and take hundreds of photographs as I perform mundane, everyday tasks as people pass by me. I then examine the images to see if any of the passersby had a critical or questioning element in their face or in their body language. I consider my photographs a social experiment and I travel the world in an attempt to photograph the reactions of a diverse pool of passersby.

I seek out places that are beautifully lit, allow for an interesting composition and, if possible, set up a scene that references ideal feminine beauty and societal expectations. I put the camera on a tripod, bench or with an assistant, in full view of the by-passing gazer, set the focus and exposure and take hundreds of photographs.

The images capture the gazer in a Cartier-Bresson, microsecond moment where the shutter, the scene, my actions and their body language align and are presented to the viewer. While I do not know what they are thinking, the gazer appears to be visually troubled that I am in front of them.

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Eccleston.  Tennant.  Smith.  Capaldi.

Yes sir.

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vivian-fu:

vivian-fu:

Me and Tim by Vivian Fu

August 2011-Present

I have been photographing my relationship since the very beginning, from the very first time we went out together. This body of work is a love letter— photographs of words that I’m not eloquent enough to string together. They are not only my document of love for Tim, but they are also a document of my ownership of my body, identity, and sexuality as mine. 

Website // Tumblr // Photo Diary

Reblogging this b/c i’ve been feeling shitty about my photographs recently and looking at this reminds me that not everything I do is awful. 

Exquisite

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free-parking:

Polaroids by Andy Warhol, 1978-1982

Amazing.

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