Oh, Snap: 5 Online Sources for Photography

by Melissa Goldstein
Richard Avedon once said, "I never wanted to be called an artist. I wanted to be called a photographer." It is in that spirit of reverence for those who are skilled with a camera and all that they create, that we've compiled our favourite sources for images on the web. So whether you're on the hunt for a portrait of the G.O.A.T. himself (to hang in your office for those "Eye of the Tiger" moments), or a snapshot of urban life by an emerging Brooklyn artist--to add that certain something to your parlor--you'll find what you're looking for. 01
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Les Copines, Grace by Cheryl Maeder, from $1,500, Pure Photo


 Beach Umbrellas by Karen Fuire, from $100, Pure Photo Here Comes the Sun by Francesca Ritchey, from $250, Pure Photo
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Dunnaway and Mastroianni by Bettman, from $119, Sonic Editions Pulp at Glastonbury 2011 by Danny North, from $119, Sonic Editions

Ali by Harry Benson, $199, Sonic Editions

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Brigitte Bardot by Anonym I, from $70, Lumas

El Arenal VI by Oliver Kröning & Dennis Orel,from $240, Lumas The Modern Gentleman by Geebird & Bamby, from $380, Lumas
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Tropical Nights by Julian Coombs, $500, Saatchi Online Superstructures by Alfonso Batalla, $4,000, Saatchi Online Daydreaming by Kendall Waldman, $1,000, Saatchi Online
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Poised to Make a Splash, from $15, Juniper Gallery Fresh-Squeezed, from $15,  Juniper Gallery  Chicago Station, from $15, Juniper Gallery

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