Revelations: Unlocking Diane Arbus’ Composition Techniques


this is an interesting read of an interesting photographer, does it explain her life?

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“Child with A Toy Hand Grenade” taken by Diane Arbus. Central Park, NY. 1962. “Child with A Toy Hand Grenade” © Diane Arbus

As I was sitting in my living room flipping through the pages of Diane Arbus Revelations, I realized that all of her photographs shared the same visual element. Not the perversity or the freakish that my mind continuously sipped at her photos throughout the years. It was the identical arrangement repeated to the same effect in all of her photographs. Most of her subjects were presented almost

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