Their First Murder - New York City, October 9, 1941"A woman relative cried...but neighborhood dead-end kids enjoyed the show when a small-time racketeer was shot and killed," wrote Weegee in the caption accompanying this startling photograph in his 1945 publication [...]
Its 5.19am July 6th 2012 and the Amtrak train I boarded in Kingman four hours earlier pulls into the tiny town of Flagstaff, AZ. The conductor has woken me and I, along with ten other passengers, quietly leave the carriage [...]
SmokingHandsI have certain ethical problems with the candid photography of homeless people, beggars or those that appear vulnerable or in plight. The most successful examples, or ones where the ethics become more balanced, are when the photographer has at least engaged [...]
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