Jamie Livingston was a New York based photographer and filmmaker, who died in 1997. During the last eighteen years of his life though, he a took a photo daily, with a polaroid camera.
Needless to say, these images record various ups and downs, including his wedding, and later, treatment for the brain tumour that eventually ended his life.
What’s also poignant are the stories people viewing his photos tell, with many making the comment a particular photo was taken on the day they, or a loved one, was born.
German photographer Bastian Kalous has assembled an intriguing collection of polaroid photos. Best you check out his work for yourself.
A collection of polaroid photos, taken by US artist Andy Warhol during the 1970s and 80s, including a number that apparently have been little circulated up until now, are on display at Berkeley Art Museum until late May.
the casual relationship observed between the sitter and the photographer in this series was enhanced by warhol dining with his subjects before beginning each photoshoot. the tight framing and nearness of each subject within the image enhances the quality of informal interaction between warhol and the individuals whom he photographed.
Nice, a collection of behind the scenes type photos of the cast and crew of Blade Runner.