Kenya’s rapidly disappearing tribe of the Samburu people, from the series Before they pass away by British photographer Jimmy Nelson
Images from the series Greetings from Paradise by American photographer Mike Belleme.
Antarctic landscapes from the Age of Heroic Antarctic Exploration, by British photographer Herbert Ponting, member of the fatal Terra Nova Expedition led in 1910-1913 by Captain Scott.
As the expedition photographer and cinematographer, the self-taught Ponting, manage to set up a tiny photographic darkroom in Antartica, inside the expedition’s winter camp. Although this came more than 20 years after the invention of photographic film, Ponting preferred high-quality images taken on glass plates (source).
He return to civilization in 1912 -before the catastrophic end of the Terra Nova Expedition– with more than 1700 large-format glass plate negatives.
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