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Alfred Stieglitz / Fotógrafo famoso del día

Alfred Stieglitz, Dorothy Norman, 1931 I like how reserved this photo is. The model does not show her face, making her look shy and quiet. Her back shown to the camera is different because usually in photographs, the subject is facing the camera.

Josef Sudek - The Noblewomen’s Residence seen from the Cathedral Roof, Undated From Poet of Prague: A Photographer’s Life

luzfosca: “ Josef Sudek The Noblewomen’s Residence seen from the Cathedral Roof, Undated From Poet of Prague: A Photographer’s Life ”

'The Steerage' by Alfred Steiglitz.  The 1907 photo captures the difference between the upper and lower-class section of a steamer going from New York to Bremen, Germany.

The Steerage, 1907 Alfred Stieglitz (American, Photogravure on vellum 12 x 10 in. x cm) Alfred Stieglitz Collection, 1933

Louise Brooks, Ziegfeld Follies Girl. (it's not your hair... but it's cool.)

Eugene Richee - Pearls 1928 — Legendary American film actress, Louise Brooks – wearing a long pearl necklace against a black background. — Photo by Eugene Robert Richee © Sunset Boulevard/Corbis

Alfred Stieglitz, Flatiron Building, 1903.

Alfred Stieglitz, Flat-Iron Building, 1903 The depth of field encourages an interesting perspective, which involves two subjects. The bare tree and the building behind snow-covered trees. The texture remains throughout.

Alfred Stieglitz with daughter Kitty (1904)  (photogravure)   Photographer: Edward Steichen, New York

Alfred Stieglitz with daughter Kitty, New York, 1904 (photogravure) // Photographer: Edward Steichen

Human embryonic stem cells differentiating into neurons by Guoping Fan at the University of California, Los Angeles, via Flickr

Human embryonic stem cells differentiating into neurons by California Institute for Regenerative Medicine.

c.1907 autochrome Katherine Stieglitz, daughter of photographer Alfred Stieglitz

1907 Katherine Stieglitz, daughter of photographer Alfred Stieglitz and his first wife, Emmy. This is one of my favorite photographs, partly.

Harry Callahan

Eleanor (Multiple exposure), 1942 (Harry Callahan)-Eleanor Callahan, the muse for her husband, Harry Callahan, whose varied and sensual photographs of her taken over more than 50 years can be said to rank with Alfred Stieglitz’s of Georgia O’Keeffe.

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