(Also referred to as hand-tinting and hand-coloring)
On "Visual Leverage" — Huffington Post Arts & Culture - February 27, 2015 Eric J. Henderson, Fine Art Photographer, Essayist
Jacqueline L. Patten-Van Sertima is a photographer with work spanning the past 30 years, major exhibitions and a feature among 100 New York Photographers, with peers including the likes of Annie Leibovitz, Chester Higgins, Jr., Adger Cowans, Len Gelstein, Amy Arbus, and Carrie Mae Weems...
An extensive review of the great range of contemporary New York photographers and their widely diverse, surprisingly divergent images. It presents their subject matter and their very definitions of photography, darkroom and digital. Their photographs have been seen in publications, galleries, and museums.
The works span over 50 years. Beside powerful social and political commentary, there are well-known and unfamiliar personalities, land and cityscapes, fashion, sports, dance, food, botanical, animal subjects, to name a few. You will find experimental and strong digital images as well as classic film techniques and those that fall in the category of "unique."
ISBN 978-0-7643-3340-8 Hard cover, Schiffer Publications, Ltd.
An Illustrated Bio-Bibliography of Black Photographers: 1940-1980, Vol. 760 Deborah Willis-Thomas
by Howard Dodson, Chief, Schomburg Center for Research in Black
Culture. A visual testimony of the black community through the
photographer as witness, documenter, artist and recorder.
with her Black Photographers 1840-1940 ( LJ 6/1/85), Willis-Thomas here
makes an important contribution to the history of black photographers
and their work. More than 400 photographers are listed, with 177
entries offering biographical, chronological, and bibliographic
information. These entries are generally short, serving as openings to
research on most of these photographers who, for many reasons, are not
ISBN 978-0-8240-8389-2, Taylor & Francis, Inc.
The Black Photographers Annual Volume 4 Crawford, Joe Ed.; Williams, John A. Intro Publisher: Another View, Pub. Date: 1980
by John A. Williams, essays on Parks and Saunders, interview with James
Van DerZee. Includes: Jules Allen, Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe, Anthony
Barboza, Ronald Barboza, Dawoud Bey, Carroll Parrott Blue, Adger W.
Cowans, Cary Beth Cryor, Louis Draper, Sharon C. Farmer, Roland
Freeman, Keith Hale, Robert Houston, Marilyn Nance, Gordon Parks, Jacqueline LaVetta Patten,
Paul Phillips, Richard Saunders, Moneta Sleet, Beuford Smith, Hamilton
S. Smith, Ming Smith, Frank Smith, Frank Stewart, Gerald Straw, James
Van DerZee, Mel Wright.