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In today’s photo lens, we wanted to share images from Helmut Newton in Prague. Helmut Newton (October 1920 – 23 January 2004) was a German-Australian photographer. Newton had a unique way of seeing, a groundbreaking vision that completely transformed fashion photography. Even today we can still see his influence in the pages of the greatest fashion...
Prague-1968
On August 21, 1968 dozens of tanks rolled through the streets and aimed at the crowds of students and protesters. Shooting was heard, screams and cries. People were in shock. They could not believe that the invaders were Russians – the same Russians who had liberated them in 1945 at the close of World War II....
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There is nothing I love more than searching old photographs and postcards, especially Prague vintage postcards through the eyes of old time photographers. I just love images of people and places from the past. Today I am sharing some very old postcards that are from 1890 – 1940, mainly in Prague but also a few in...
Jaroslav-Benes-Czech-Photographer
Jaroslav Beneš was born in Pilsen, Czechoslovakia on February 27, 1946. He is a Czech photographer and the co-founder of the photographic group called Český dřevák. Beneš creates a type of “architectural still-life” in the true sense of the word. Although the subjects of Beneš’s photographs are usually buildings or architectural details, he cannot be...
Hollywood has always had a distinctive look. The world over, people flocked to the cinema to emulate their favorite movie stars. In this collection we look at the beautiful and popular faces of the day. Note how contemporary many of them look almost 100 years later, could even be the girl next door. 1. Maude...
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1986 was a strange year for a girl who spent most of her life in America to visit Prague. Yet my parents were missing everyone they had left behind and they felt safe enough, so I decided to go along.  The Cold War was mostly over, although it would be three more years before the Berlin Wall...