It's hard to get a job as a professional photographer these days -- much harder for other photographic job positions that isn't about 'photography'. In the olden days, almost any fast learner with the persistence to learn analogue film can land a photography-related job, whether you're working for the military, the post office, the government, the film lab, scientific research institutes, etc.
This 27-minute short film from Kodak, meant to help graduating high school students to find a certain head-start career in photography, reminds us a bygone time where film photography was once a big pond to join. We can't help but dream out of nostalgia and miss the good 'ol days.
The speed of sound is being studied through three music genres found in the late 20th century. From the late 1960s to today, this show takes us back to the different eras and phases of music history and genre.
Refusing to be labeled as a war photographer, Bruno Barbey's four-decade career captured most of the 20th-century world history's most arresting moments of humanity in the face of conflict and adversity.
Paris-born photographer Elliot Erwitt was part of the legendary Roy Stryker's roster of catapulting the careers of documentary photographers. In the case of the 22-year-old Erwitt, he was sent to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in the 1950's.
The Frisians are a Germanic ethnic, indigenous group found in Netherlands and northwestern Germany, and their earliest record was found in a Roman record in 12 B.C. To this day, the bloodline continues and they're captured by photographer Mila Teshaieva.
In early 20th century, a photographer named Arthur Mole and his assistant John Thomas were commissioned by the US Military to capture group portraits of patriotic symbols to boost the country's morale.
Once upon a day in Dutch thrift store, a photographer that went by the name of Martijn van Oers purchased a folding camera from the early 20th century. Little did he know, tucked inside was an exposed, undeveloped film.
Coming from a family of artists, community newcomer Montague Fendt got acquainted with the art of image-making at an early age. What started out as a simple means to record memories, his passion for photography turned into a career as a director for advertising, documentaries, and indie movies.