Probably some of my favorite photos I’ve ever taken.
Rented some tradition wooden plank boats used by fishermen in Ghana and met some young Ghanaians who definitely showed us a thing or two how it’s done. Thankful I was able to wade out and capture some awesome shots of these guys.
Afropunk Hair Portraits by Artist Awol Erizku for Vogue USA.
Model Yaya Deng | photography by Cybele Malinowski
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Members of the Asian American community at UC Davis are taking a stand in solidarity with the people of Ferguson and their continued struggle for survival in the face of police brutality. All black lives matter.
"If I love you, I have to make you conscious of the things you don’t see."
— James Baldwin
Photographic works taken by Kélétigui Touré in Mali during the 1940s.
Recently came across this small collection of studio portraits taken by another great Malian portrait photographer, Kélétigui Touré.
Touré, who was born in 1922, passed away in 1998. Along with the likes of Seydou Keita, Malick Sidibe and Adama Kouyaté, he was part of the group of photographers who operated studios in Mali in the years prior to and after the country’s independence from France. Although Touré is one of the lesser known photographers, his work is incredibly striking and greatly stands out from his peers.
All these photographers were taken during the 1940s.
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