Editorial photos will be live in the next few weeks
The new online all about documentary photography magazine: Documentary photography usually refers to a popular form of photography used to chronicle both significant and relevant to history and historical events. Development of new reproduction methods for photography provided for the next era of documentary photographers, late 1880s and 1890s, moving into the early decades of the 20th century. This period decisively shifted documentary
During the wartime and postwar eras, documentary photography increasingly became known as photojournalism. Swiss-American photographer Robert Frank is generally credited with developing a more personal, evocative, and complex documentary, exemplified by his work in the 1950s, published in the United States his book, The Americans. Early 1960s, his influence on photographers like Garry Winogrand and Lee Friedlander resulted in an important exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, which brought those two photographers together with their colleague Diane Arbus under the title, New Documents. Curator John Szarkowski proposed in that exhibition that a new generation, committed not to social change but to formal investigation of the social experience, had replaced the older forms of social documentary photography.
Editorial Photos is an online magazine looking at all forms of documentary photography, with features, gear reviews past and present photographers profiles, where to buy, information for the beginer, resources for students entering collage, indeath reports, insight into the working photographer building up an unique collection of Archives' about photographers,
Editorial photos will be runing regular features like whats in the pro camera bag not only looking at the big names but also the little working weekly newspaper photographer, Find course's, holidays, day tours, Editorial photos will run a regular features on street photography inculing tips from work professional photographers, looking picture agencies, photographer agents and lots more.
We are running on the beta edition of Editorial Photos so all comments are more then welcome, photographers like to be featured contact us, We als need writers, reviews on gear if you think this is for you contact.