Today we take a look at the words of the people from the original FSA photographs. This is a fascinating oral history posted by Errol Lincoln Uys. Including this intriguing title: "No safe way to hop aboard a speeding train." On the way across town from the hobo jungle to the rail yards my friend... Continue Reading →
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Welcome to our latest photographer to submit photographs to the Stryker Collection, Jesse Keats of Pennsylvania. We look forward to more work from you!
I think of documentary photographers as some of the most important photographers working today, because we're aiming our lenses at the things that exist today, so commonplace at times, that we don't even notice them. But think about being 60 years in the future, 2077, and wondering what a cell-phone store looked like. Or... Continue Reading →
A few years ago, my town in Colorado got hit hard by a flood, and the whole town was asked to move out of town until they could get the infrastructure repaired (water, sewer, electricity, gas). While folks were out of town, myself included, I came back every two days and photographed what was going... Continue Reading →