Youth Photography For Social Awareness.

Michelle Keim

Dec

2

2014

Michelle Keim captures a unique perspective of industrial structures in her series Iron Beauties. Normally these large imposing plants are seen only as eye sores that are heavily contributing to pollution. Keim seeks to look at these constructions beyond their negative consequences. She shoots them as...

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Alice Attie

Nov

17

2014

In her photographic series, Incision, Alice Attie captures the intimate and vulnerable moments of surgery. Above is, Caesarean, an image from the collection that unveils the first moment of a new born.  We don’t often see images of surgery, perhaps because it is unfamiliar and scary.  Attie...

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Ken Ohara

Nov

12

2014

Ken Ohara’s project “One” is a series of close up portraits. Each photograph is tightly framed just above the eyebrows and just below the lips. Ohara photographed a variety of people and framed them all in this way to illustrate that human beings are all “one”. Even though...

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Robert Weingarten

Nov

5

2014

Robert Weingarten photographed the view from his home at 6:30 AM for a year in 2003. The only factor he adjusted was the shutter speed based on the available light. Weingarten kept to a strict set of rules but no photo is like another. His series captures the extraordinary variability that nature provides....

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Daniel Gordon

Oct

28

2014

  Daniel Gordon’s flying series may look like a Photoshop simulation but it’s actually the capture of a fleeting moment. Gordon set up his camera, ran up the hill and leaped into the air to capture the few seconds of flight before he hit the ground. This series is a comment on the amount...

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