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Photo Post Mon, Apr. 23, 2012 1 note

Gourma-Rharous Mali,  Sebastião Salgado
I was really impressed with Sebastiao salgado’s work because throughout his photographs I viewed online I seen a lot of cutures he traveled around the world to visit and photograph. All of the people he photographed like this woman has a story to tell just by how they were postioned, and it’s really just an big culture shock to see what moments he captured. This photograph reminded me of another one he took called Refugees in Korem Camp, but her compostion is different because her hands form a shape a little simlar to an heart but not completely. Her eyes stare at the ground so it makes you question why in this moment did he photograph her? What has her so sad to be looking down? Sebastiao Salgado is an good example of photographs the shock you and make you ask question so an simalar feeling I get when viewing Alec Soth’s work.

Gourma-Rharous Mali,  Sebastião Salgado

I was really impressed with Sebastiao salgado’s work because throughout his photographs I viewed online I seen a lot of cutures he traveled around the world to visit and photograph. All of the people he photographed like this woman has a story to tell just by how they were postioned, and it’s really just an big culture shock to see what moments he captured. This photograph reminded me of another one he took called Refugees in Korem Camp, but her compostion is different because her hands form a shape a little simlar to an heart but not completely. Her eyes stare at the ground so it makes you question why in this moment did he photograph her? What has her so sad to be looking down? Sebastiao Salgado is an good example of photographs the shock you and make you ask question so an simalar feeling I get when viewing Alec Soth’s work.



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