Posts Tagged: master photographers

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Social snapshot of Britain: Daniel Meadows

During the early ’70s, Wales-based photographer Daniel Meadows captured the people of Britain on film. Now he’s teamed up with Professor Val Williams, who’s researching British photography during that decade, for a new exhibition. Karen Price asks him some questions…

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Social snapshot of Britain: Daniel Meadows

During the early ’70s, Wales-based photographer Daniel Meadows captured the people of Britain on film. Now he’s teamed up with Professor Val Williams, who’s researching British photography during that decade, for a new exhibition. Karen Price asks him some questions…

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The Telegraph talks David Bailey

As the David Bailey’s East End exhibition opens, the photographer tells John O’ Ceallaigh about working with cannibals, Victoria Beckham and how ‘swinging sixties’ London was like a war zone. “I tried New York, Paris, LA, even put my toes

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The Telegraph talks David Bailey

As the David Bailey’s East End exhibition opens, the photographer tells John O’ Ceallaigh about working with cannibals, Victoria Beckham and how ‘swinging sixties’ London was like a war zone. “I tried New York, Paris, LA, even put my toes

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Sebastiao Salgado: The Photographer as Activist

  Sebastião Salgado (born February 8, 1944) is a Brazilian social documentary photographer and photojournalist.

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Sebastiao Salgado: The Photographer as Activist

  Sebastião Salgado (born February 8, 1944) is a Brazilian social documentary photographer and photojournalist.

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Flash of inspiration: Gustave Le Gray

Jean-Baptiste Gustave Le Gray (August 30, 1820, Villiers-le-Bel, Val-d’Oise – July 30, 1884)[1] has been called “the most important French photographer of the nineteenth century” because of his technical innovations in the still new medium of photography, his role as

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Flash of inspiration: Gustave Le Gray

Jean-Baptiste Gustave Le Gray (August 30, 1820, Villiers-le-Bel, Val-d’Oise – July 30, 1884)[1] has been called “the most important French photographer of the nineteenth century” because of his technical innovations in the still new medium of photography, his role as

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Flash of inspiration: Baron Gayne (Adolph) de Meyer

Adolph Gayne de Meyer (3 September 1868 – 6 January 1949) was a photographer who became famous for his elegant photography portraits in the early 1900s. Celebrities such as Mary Pickford, Rita Lydig, Luisa Casati, Billie Burke, Lillian Gish, Ruth

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Flash of inspiration: Baron Gayne (Adolph) de Meyer

Adolph Gayne de Meyer (3 September 1868 – 6 January 1949) was a photographer who became famous for his elegant photography portraits in the early 1900s. Celebrities such as Mary Pickford, Rita Lydig, Luisa Casati, Billie Burke, Lillian Gish, Ruth

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Flash of inspiration: Erwin Blumenfeld

Erwin Blumenfeld (1897 – 1969) was a famous American photographer of German origin. He took more covers for Vogue than any photographer before or since and his art photography was for a long time overshadowed by his commercial work. In

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Flash of inspiration: Erwin Blumenfeld

Erwin Blumenfeld (1897 – 1969) was a famous American photographer of German origin. He took more covers for Vogue than any photographer before or since and his art photography was for a long time overshadowed by his commercial work. In

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What Remains: The Life and Work of Sally Mann

”Sally Mann is acknowledged as one of America’s finest and most controversial photographers. In this video, from the documentary film, What Remains: The Life and Work of Sally Mann, she discusses her work and her project examining death and decay.”

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What Remains: The Life and Work of Sally Mann

”Sally Mann is acknowledged as one of America’s finest and most controversial photographers. In this video, from the documentary film, What Remains: The Life and Work of Sally Mann, she discusses her work and her project examining death and decay.”