A rare ‘watermark’ from a Boudoir photograph reveals its secrets – and the secrets of the photographers’ minds!

It’s the sort of image that makes a person smile.The image, taken by photographer John Clements in 1922, was widely circulated. But while the image has become an iconic one for Boudouoir photographers, it’s the story behind the image that has become the subject of a new book by photographer David Boudry.The book, Watermark, tells the […]

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When it comes to the most iconic photos, post mortem and documentary photography photographers are tied

Post mortem photographer Michael G. Tss says his passion for photography began in the late 1950s, when he was commissioned to photograph the victims of the atomic bomb blast at Hiroshima and Nagasaki.His work is among the most recognizable images of the Hiroshima and Naha blasts.His photos show the devastation from both the atomic bombs, […]

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