Elliott Erwitt (1928 -) week; "It's about reacting to what you see, hopefully without preconception. You can find pictures anywhere. It's simply a matter of noticing things and organizing them. You just have to care about what's around you and have a concern with humanity and the human comedy" (magnumphotos.com)
In 1953, Erwitt joined Magnum Photos and worked as a freelance photographer for Collier’s, Look, LIFE, Holiday and other luminaries in that golden period for illustrated magazines. To this day, he is for hire and continues to work for a variety of journalistic and commercial outfits. (magnumphotos.com) - 2017.10.17
Nader Khouri gets to play around in the kitchen with all kinds of new technology, including the Hestan Cue, which teaches and guides you through all the recipes you've wanted to learn. Image from a recent shoot demonstrating searing and basting a steak after it's been cooked sous-vide. @naderkhouri
What a crazy tale of two extremes in the UK's weather today...if you're lucky to be experiencing the Indian Summer and not #ophelia , why not say #goodbyesummer and treat yourself to one last ice cream! Image courtesy of Jo Sax.
Elliott Erwitt (1928 -) week; «Elliott Erwitt (born Elio Romano Erwitt,1928) is an American advertising and documentary photographer known for his black and white candid shots of ironic and absurd situations within everyday settings— a master of Henri Cartier-Bresson's "decisive moment".
Erwitt was born in Paris, France, to Jewish-Russian immigrant parents, who soon moved to Italy. In 1939, when he was ten, his family immigrated to the United States. He studied photography and filmmaking at Los Angeles City College and the New School for Social Research, finishing his education in 1950. In 1951 he was drafted into the Army, and decommissioned in 1953.» (wikipedia.com) - 2017.10.16