There’s something truly inspiring about shooting with a vintage large format camera – the methodical and somewhat cumbersome approach to capturing a scene, the detailed-oriented nature of creating ...On October 17, 2014 / By Manuel A. Calle
Like many with a curious mind, Gail Albert Halaban had a fascination with the lives inhabiting the big city where she lived – New York. As a young mother ...On October 14, 2014 / By Manuel A. Calle
As part of American Masters, an award-winning series of documentaries detailing the lives and works of iconic cultural artists, now in it’s 25th year of production, comes a ...On August 8, 2014 / By Manuel A. Calle
As film continues down the road of discontinuations and production cuts in lieu of the growing digital age, there’s going to be a time in which most, if ...On June 4, 2012 / By Manuel A. Calle
While 13-year old frequent garage-sale devotee Addison Logan surely enjoys the thrill of the unknown when searching for odds and ends at local rummage sales, nothing could have ...On May 28, 2012 / By Manuel A. Calle
Very Reminiscent of Vivian Maier, an unassuming yet incredible street photography talent that chose to live a life of obscurity as a Chicago-based nanny rather than pursue a ...On May 19, 2012 / By Manuel A. Calle
Over the course of the 20th Century, the Iconic American news publication, The New York Times, has shared countless profound, compelling, and memorable images from around the world, ...On May 8, 2012 / By Manuel A. Calle
At a time when citizens all over the United States are constantly being punished and arrested for exercising their constitutional right to free press comes the passage of ...On April 22, 2012 / By Manuel A. Calle
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