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  • #848 - Willy Ronis

    Fondamente Nuove, Venice, 1959
    #848 - Willy Ronis
    “The sun, which was already a little low created sharp silhouettes against the back light. I switched out the 28mm for the exact opposite, the 135 mm which would best form the image that I was hoping for and which I could already see in my head. Just as I hoped a little girl stepped on to the bridge. A single click”

    ~ Willy Ronis(1910-2009)
  • #2 - Alfred Stieglitz

    The Steerage, 1907
    #2 - Alfred Stieglitz

    Of course, “The Steerage” is one of the most celebrated images in the history of photography. For good reason as its' genius graphic construction and human empathy is utterly timeless.