Sixteen advertisements on Times Square were turned off by one small tumbler switch, operated by Douglas Leigh, a sign designer. New York, March 1, 1942. New York in the 1940s was buzzing with cars and people, the population of Manhattan reached 2 million people. These amazing black and white photographs is a daily life documentation
A selection of photographs by Bruce Mozert, one of the pioneers of underwater photography, who staged his models into amusing situations deep in the translucent waters of Silver Springs, Florida. Bruce Mozert was one of the first to design a waterproof housing to protect his camera, while working on the techniques for proper underwater lighting.