Photographs from then that look like now, excerpted from Katherine A. Bussard and Lisa Hostetler’s Color Rush: American Color Photography from Stieglitz to Sherman.
Buckle up for some LOLs.
Aaaand we're crying.
In these portraits of Seth Rogen, Amy Poehler, and others, photographer Chris Buck asked them to stay out of sight.
Stop photographing brunch!
Say cheese, also learn a thing or two.
So Noah Kalina, the Guy Who Took a Picture of Himself Every Day for Six Years, Has Now Doubled That Record
It's like we've grown up with him!
Good to see he's keeping busy!
Don't show your mom!
John Belushi sounds like a gem.
Throw out your air conditioner, we found a great fan.
Early bird FTW!
Feist goes back to the future, kind of!
Flo Fox for President! Or, like, Adopted BFF!
Photography nerds, prepare for your weekend accordingly.
The man appreciates absurdity.
$4,400,000 for a picture of the Rhine? We'd better brush up on Instagram-ing those boring foliage photos we took.
Now we can see where Terry got that penchant for the whole "white trash" thing.
Now you don't have to waste all that time Googling.
"As a person to photograph, [Bruce Springsteen] is up there in a way with Tom Waits, I think. They’ve so become the people they want to be."
Just sitting around, watching viral videos with Amy Sedaris...
"I’m amazed at how good these [photos] look, 'cause it’s a fucking phone."
Shock gives way to admiration.
The actor (and father of Jennifer) started his photography career in 2003.
Bruce Gilden's shots of amorous youngsters and wrinkled grannies.