Posts Tagged: portrait

Friday Feature: Laura Pannack

Introducing Fine Art Photographer Laura Pannack. ‘Young Love’ Artist Statement: I think we often have quite a pessimistic notion of young relationships and forget that sometimes the simplicity of young love can form very strong relationships. Our ‘first love’ is a relationship

Friday Feature: Laura Pannack

Introducing Fine Art Photographer Laura Pannack. ‘Young Love’ Artist Statement: I think we often have quite a pessimistic notion of young relationships and forget that sometimes the simplicity of young love can form very strong relationships. Our ‘first love’ is a relationship

Friday Feature: Cindy Sherman

  One of the most renowned contemporary fine art photographers, most photography enthusiasts have come across the name and work of Cindy Sherman. Largely using herself in disguised self-portraits, Sherman comments on subjects of sexual power, identity and politics.  

Friday Feature: Cindy Sherman

  One of the most renowned contemporary fine art photographers, most photography enthusiasts have come across the name and work of Cindy Sherman. Largely using herself in disguised self-portraits, Sherman comments on subjects of sexual power, identity and politics.  

of the week #8: F. Holland Day

20th Century Masters: Photographer of the week 8 F. Holland Day ”Fred Holland Day (Boston July 8, 1864 – November 12, 1933) was an American photographer and publisher. He was the first in the U.S.A. to advocate that photography should be

of the week #8: F. Holland Day

20th Century Masters: Photographer of the week 8 F. Holland Day ”Fred Holland Day (Boston July 8, 1864 – November 12, 1933) was an American photographer and publisher. He was the first in the U.S.A. to advocate that photography should be

Saturday Spotlight: Sally Mann

I love Sally Mann’s photography. Mann was one of the first photographer’s whose work inspired me to delve deeper into the art of fine art photography and it’s wonders. I’m featuring just a small selection of my favourite images. Be

Saturday Spotlight: Sally Mann

I love Sally Mann’s photography. Mann was one of the first photographer’s whose work inspired me to delve deeper into the art of fine art photography and it’s wonders. I’m featuring just a small selection of my favourite images. Be

Photographing a cake can be art…

…said famous fashion photographer Irving Penn. Although I’m not the most enthusiastic fan when it comes to fashion photographers, Irving Penn is an exception. Penn (June 16, 1917 – October 7, 2009) was a talented fine art photographer with an

Photographing a cake can be art…

…said famous fashion photographer Irving Penn. Although I’m not the most enthusiastic fan when it comes to fashion photographers, Irving Penn is an exception. Penn (June 16, 1917 – October 7, 2009) was a talented fine art photographer with an

of the week #7: Alfred Stieglitz

Masters of the 20th century, photographer of the week: Alfred Stieglitz

of the week #7: Alfred Stieglitz

Masters of the 20th century, photographer of the week: Alfred Stieglitz

Interview: Chris Zedano

Featuring photographer Chris Zedano: you may have seen him in…Silvershotz Magazine, FeatureShoot, Lenswork, Moment 05 Magazine I came across Chris Zedano’s work in Lenswork magazine where his Staple Street Project was extensively featured. I found the images profoundly compelling; the characters captured combined with the enchanting backdrop permeated

Interview: Chris Zedano

Featuring photographer Chris Zedano: you may have seen him in…Silvershotz Magazine, FeatureShoot, Lenswork, Moment 05 Magazine I came across Chris Zedano’s work in Lenswork magazine where his Staple Street Project was extensively featured. I found the images profoundly compelling; the characters captured combined with the enchanting backdrop permeated

Top 3 Photography Exhibitions (London)

Must-see photography exhibitions in London: 1) Museum of London London Street Photography  ”Street photographs are at the heart of our understanding of London as a diverse and dynamic capital. They are characterised by an element of chance - a fortunate encounter,

Top 3 Photography Exhibitions (London)

Must-see photography exhibitions in London: 1) Museum of London London Street Photography  ”Street photographs are at the heart of our understanding of London as a diverse and dynamic capital. They are characterised by an element of chance - a fortunate encounter,

friday feature: Loretta Lux

I’ve been a fan of photographer Loretta Lux for a while now. Her photographic works encompass lots of my favourite things about good images: people, metaphor and that elusive something ‘else’. They stay with you. You’ll be thinking about the

friday feature: Loretta Lux

I’ve been a fan of photographer Loretta Lux for a while now. Her photographic works encompass lots of my favourite things about good images: people, metaphor and that elusive something ‘else’. They stay with you. You’ll be thinking about the