Why does this somehow work? What’s more closer to text and image photography than a picture of people reading?
Photographing people reading is simple but getting them photographed is a bit more difficult. Sometimes you just don’t get as close as you want to. This is when cropping comes in handy. All of these images were cropped closely, so that you can actually see what the people are reading, not to mention their clothes, their glances and their hair.
You gotta love that word chandelier. It has a special ring to it. The three syllables create a harmony of letters.
This picture was taken in the underground salt mine, just outside of Krakow, Poland. It took about fifteen minutes to walk down into the depths of the earth’s crust.
Doris Day’s alive and well. This image of a poster at an LA bus stop was taken five years ago. You go Doris Day!