Dorothea Lange - An American Odyssey - YouTube: Before she even owned a camera Dorothea Lange started her visual odyssey in New York's Lower East Side with a passion for mingling with the common people on the street. Following a move to the West she became one of the great portrait photographers of San Francisco's upper crust. But when the Great Depression hit, she moved back to the streets, photographing destitute people.

Dorothea Lange - An American Odyssey - YouTube: Before she even owned a camera Dorothea Lange started her visual odyssey in New York's Lower East Side with a passion for mingling with the common people on the street. Following a move to the West she became one of the great portrait photographers of San Francisco's upper crust. But when the Great Depression hit, she moved back to the streets, photographing destitute people.

Young Man Wearing Cap, by Dorothea Lange. Photographed in May of 1935. First rural rehabilitation colonists, Northern Minnesota to Matanuska Valley, Alaska. Sailed from San Francisco, May 1st, 1935.

Young Man Wearing Cap, by Dorothea Lange

Young Man Wearing Cap, by Dorothea Lange. Photographed in May of 1935. First rural rehabilitation colonists, Northern Minnesota to Matanuska Valley, Alaska. Sailed from San Francisco, May 1st, 1935.

Ravensbruck, A Women's Concentration Camp

Vintage Photos Reveal Life Inside Ravensbrück, A Women’s Concentration Camp

Edward Weston: The Photographer 1948 US Information Agency: http://youtu.be/J8S4HoxuDzw #photography #art #visualarts

Edward Weston: The Photographer 1948 US Information Agency: http://youtu.be/J8S4HoxuDzw #photography #art #visualarts

God touch their hearts! I wonder who took this photo, when, and what was this family thinking? It appears they dressed up for this photograph. Look at the polite uncertainty in the children's eyes. I wonder if their lives ever got better.

God touch their hearts! I wonder who took this photo, when, and what was this family thinking? It appears they dressed up for this photograph. Look at the polite uncertainty in the children's eyes. I wonder if their lives ever got better.

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