Tag: 1946

  • 1946 New York City Subway Scenes Photographed by Stanley Kubrick

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-07-02
    1946 New York City Subway Scenes Photographed by Stanley Kubrick

    Aside from being an iconic film director, Stanley Kubrick was also an exceptional photographer during his younger days. New York was among the cities he roamed, where he captured scenes of subway passengers in glorious monochrome in 1946. Take a look at some of Kubrick's New York City Subway photos after the jump!

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  • Postcards from Asia: Vintage Photos of Geisha in 1946 Kyoto

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-07-28
    Postcards from Asia: Vintage Photos of Geisha in 1946 Kyoto

    Much of what we know about the fascinating world of the geisha, one of Japan's iconic cultural symbols, come from books and sometimes, documentaries and films. So, we invite you to take step back in time and take a look at some photos from Kyoto, the Japanese capital from the olden days and the center of geisha culture.

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  • Influential Photographs: The Walk to Paradise Garden, 1946 by W. Eugene Smith

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-11-07
    Influential Photographs: The Walk to Paradise Garden, 1946 by W. Eugene Smith

    While W. Eugene Smith is remembered as a non-conventional photojournalist and one of the greatest war correspondents of the past century. However, aside from his brutally vivid World War II snaps, Smith also took a beautiful and heartwarming photograph of his children walking hand in hand in 1946. Find out more about this influential photograph after the jump!

  • Vintage Videos: To Be a Professional Photographer In 1946

    written by cruzron on 2013-10-17 #videos
    Vintage Videos: To Be a Professional Photographer In 1946

    Vocational guidance videos were done for practically every conceivable job in the past, which of course includes photography. It's funny to note how the more things change, the more they stay the same. Watch the old-school video after the jump!

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  • Marilyn Monroe's Very First Photoshoot

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-08-13
    Marilyn Monroe's Very First Photoshoot

    Before there was Marilyn Monroe, there was the plain but pretty Norma Jeane Dougherty, and before she became the subject of many a photographer's lens, she had her first photoshoot with a Hollywood glamour photographer named Joseph Jasgur. Find out more and see Marilyn Monroe's first glamour shots after the jump!