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Harold Feinstein

Harold Feinstein is today. Harold has had such an influence on me and on the channel over the last year.

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Available Light: Harold Feinstein’s Coney Island at Night

Harold Feinstein captures the beauty of Coney Island at night. More on PlainMagazine

A boy shows off his freshly picked strawberries in Missouri, USA, in 1943

Age of innocence: Beautiful homespun images capture early 20th century 'wonder years' when children ran barefoot instead of playing Xbox

A boy shows off his freshly picked strawberries in Missouri, USA, in 1943 National Geographic Archives

© Harold Feinstein - "Coney Island 1940s-50s"

Expo photo : Harold Feinstein présenté pour la première fois en Europe à la galerie Thierry Bigaignon

For Sale on - If This Isn't Love, Then Maybe I'm Crazy, Coney Island, Silver Gelatin Print by Harold Feinstein. Offered by PDNB Gallery.

Harold Feinstein  -  Boy Under Boardwalk, 1977

Harold Feinstein - Boy Under Boardwalk-donaflor

Cyclone first Climb, Coney Island, 1957. Photo by Harold Feinstein. #joy #immediacy

Smiling boys on Coney Island's Cyclone roller coaster look backwards as the cars climb the first hill New York 1957

napping in the barracks, Korea, 1952 by Harold Feinstein

In 1952 I was drafted into the infantry to serve in Korea. While I’d hopde to be listed as a photographer, it was a blessing that I wasn’t. Had I been official, I would have been commanded to photograph medal… Continue reading

photo by Gertrude Käsebier (1852–1934), one of the most influential American photographers of the early 20th century. She was known for her evocative images of motherhood, her powerful portraits of Native Americans and her promotion of photography as a career for women.

click through for larger view "Informal portrait of a young Negro woman working amid clotheslines heavy with sheets and stockings" (photo by Gertrude Käsebier) Newport, RI