W. Eugene Smith: Pittsburgh (Boy Hanging on Colwell & Pride St. Sign, 1955-56

Monochromatic-Muse - Kurangi Stress

Pride Street Photographer: William Eugene Smith Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, I like the way the angle is on this camera. Just because that is showing a lot of light in some areas to give the picture more depth.

W. Eugene-Smith, American (1918–1978). Frontline Soldiers with Canteen, 1944

Eugene Smith's picture of a Marine drinking from a canteen during Battle of Saipan. Postal Service released a Masters of American Photography series of commemorative stamps in 2002 this image was chosen as representative of his body of work.

Édouard Boubat, paris, france, 1948. Love this

"Friendship, and a heart as pure as children's. It's the sure foundation of any lasting relationship, and no less in the Lovers' religion."- °dammy o' Photo by Édouard Boubat - Montmartre, Paris, 1948

The Beret Project: William Eugene Smith  was an American photojournalist known for his refusal to compromise professional standards and his brutally vivid World War IIphotographs.

The Beret Project: William Eugene Smith was an American photojournalist known for his refusal to compromise professional standards and his brutally vivid World War IIphotographs.

Two Women Talking  //   W. Eugene Smith's photo essay "Spanish Village" shot in Deleitosa - 1951

deepitforest: “ Two Women Talking from W. Eugene Smith’s photo essay “Spanish Village” shot in Deleitosa - 1951 ”

Lucian Freud, 1983.

Freud's legacy: Lucian Freud standing on his head in his studio with his daughter, the fashion designer Bella Freud, pictured in 1983

subway - Walker Evans

Grand Central Turns 100: A Look Back, Then And Now

Dope Photo Shuttle that links Times Square to Grand central Terminal New York Times, New York City Subway Archives. Photo by Librado Romero.

Train Station, Japan by W. Eugene Smith. 1961

Eugene Smith, Train station, Japan, 1961 (via theredlist) After taking his first photographs as a teenager, William Eugene Smith worked as a war correspondant for Flying and Life.

W. Eugene Smith was no doubt one of the greatest war correspondents of the last century. As the photographer for Life, he followed the island-hopping American offensive against Japan, from Saipan t...

A Walk To The Paradise Garden

''The Walk to Paradise Garden'' - The children of photographer W. Eugene Smith walk hand-in-hand in the woods behind his home, 1946

corallorosso: “Pride Street Photo by W. Eugene Smith, 1955 ”

corallorosso: Pride Street Photo by W. Eugene...

Pride Street Photographer: William Eugene Smith Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, I like the way the angle is on this camera. Just because that is showing a lot of light in some areas to give the picture more depth.

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