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Joel Meyerowitz - NYT
Old 05-30-2017   #1
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Joel Meyerowitz - NYT

I found this interesting, thought others might as well:

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/05/22/t...or-london.html

From what the article says, he shot this all with two Leicas, one loaded with color, one with B&W.

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Thanks for this, I've always liked these early color photographers. Mostly during this period (early to middle 60s) color was for family photos. Joel was a color pioneer.
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Thanks for this.

I always wonder when I see photos from this era (not to take away from Joel as I love his composition as well) how much of my aesthetic pleasure from them comes from the way film of that era rendered color. I really love this look.
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Quote:
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I found this interesting, thought others might as well:

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/05/22/t...or-london.html

From what the article says, he shot this all with two Leicas, one loaded with color, one with B&W.

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I recently watch a video on youtube with him working the streets of NY, it was a pleasure to watch for sure.
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Thanks for posting. The color work is great!
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oh so good.
man, he worked hard.

after my second visit to the big, glorious Eggleston retrospective here in Melbourne, AU last week, i'm enjoying all this 'early colour'.

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Thank you for posting, Tim.

Last Friday I visited the Beetles+Huxley gallery to see the Meyerowitz photos, which was free. I wasn't disappointed: highly recommended.

I’m a regular visitor to Beetles+Huxley, who specialise in photography print sales. They are always welcoming and put on a good show. Meyerowitz’s photos are superbly printed and mounted, and there are catalogues and books for sale not just of his work but of previous exhibitors. The Meyerowitz exhibition is sponsored by Leica.

What did surprise me was that of the images for sale, one of my favourites – Fallen Man, 1967 – was one of the least expensive.

More from the Beetles+Huxley website here:

http://www.beetlesandhuxley.com/exhi...html?showall=1
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If I'm not mistaken, his recent work is still life. He keeps changing all the time.
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