For the second week we have an image that, on it’s own, doesn’t have the same impact as the inaugural winner did. In my opinion however, it is a much more powerful image backed up by a sad story of a brief moment.
Pulitzer 1943 - Frank Noel - Water
Camera 4 x 5 Speed Graphic
During January of 1942 Frank “Poppy” Noel
Updated 10-09-2008 at 05:22 PM by two40
Well, I have only been a subscriber to APUG for a few years and until now did not realize there was this opportunity to have a free blog.
What a convenience. I think I will do away with the one I have been attempting to maintain and use this. I gave up on web sites as being too time consuming and attracting to many weird e-mail messages.
Thanks for this opportunity.
The following is a rip from my blog. I'll do these each Friday and post them here as well as my blog. I will include the links to references in this first one but it's a bit of an effort so from next week onwards it's just a straight copy/paste.
Each Friday I will post a Pulitzer winning photograph. I am no art critic by any stretch of the imagination so do not expect an amazing critique. I do however know a bit about the photos and will attempt to give you some of the back story
In the interest of self plugging my work, but more importantly raising money for a worthy charity, I present to you a project I have recently started.
I call it Dollar Portraits and the idea is to walk up to strangers on the street and ask to take their portrait. In return I pledge a dollar to a charity and without being pushy ask them to match it with a dollar or more. The portraits are all shot in a 6x6 format and displayed on the net. I display them for two reasons. One is in homage
Updated 09-30-2008 at 08:13 PM by two40
I don't know if I'm strange for doing this but I'm a photo taking machine!
In my life I'v clicked the shutter no more than 5,000 times. That's a small number by anyone's standards and especially for someone that considers themselves an amateur photographer.
I have however taken thosands upon thousands of photos in just the last month. I'm a freak of nature. I can't walk to the kitchen without mentally taking a few photos. I open the pantry and as the light hits the
Updated 09-30-2008 at 08:17 AM by two40