“Photography isn’t looking, it’s feeling. If you can’t feel what you’re looking at, then you’re never going to get others to feel anything when they look at your pictures.”
— Don McCullin #WednesdayWisdom https://t.co/vKtzGI1sZH pic.twitter.com/zbSj3ROKA3
— ICP (@ICPhotog) April 18, 2018
Speaking of photography, emotion and the power of the image, check out the new Paris-based book created by French-American street photographer Valerie Jardin and British hairdresser Joshua Coombes as part of the #DoSomethingForNothing project founded by Joshua.
January 2018: Josh and I hit the streets of Paris for 3 full days. Here are some of the beautiful people who touched our hearts and shared their story with us. A new fundraising book is available for download. Learn more about this project here.
Learn more about the project here:
AI-AP | Pro Photo Daily ” Dept of Ideas: Photographer Valerie Jardin and Hairdresser Joshua Coombes Lift Up Homeless People with #DoSomethingForNothing
In 2015, renowned street photographer Valérie Jardin received an unusual request from a British hairdresser named Joshua Coombes: “Recently I have started a project cutting hair for homeless people on the street in different cities,” wrote Coombes. “I will be in Paris on 17th to 20th of December doing this.