Posts Tagged: portrait

what begins with W?

Weird. Wonderful. Wednesday. Hello Weird Wonderful Wednesday photography. Wowography, perhaps? Featured by the renowned F-Stop Magazine, photographer Lauren E. Simonutti creates black and white images packed full of narrative. The photos featured here are from the series 8 rooms, 7

what begins with W?

Weird. Wonderful. Wednesday. Hello Weird Wonderful Wednesday photography. Wowography, perhaps? Featured by the renowned F-Stop Magazine, photographer Lauren E. Simonutti creates black and white images packed full of narrative. The photos featured here are from the series 8 rooms, 7

breath of fresh air: sculpture exhibition

I had the pleasure of attending the biennial Fresh Air 2011 sculpture exhibition currently being held in the garden and grounds of Cotswolds’ Quenington Old Rectory, Gloucestershire, UK. With a wide range of modern site-specific sculpture from local, regional and

breath of fresh air: sculpture exhibition

I had the pleasure of attending the biennial Fresh Air 2011 sculpture exhibition currently being held in the garden and grounds of Cotswolds’ Quenington Old Rectory, Gloucestershire, UK. With a wide range of modern site-specific sculpture from local, regional and

of the week #6 Edward Steichen

20th century photographer of the week: Edward Steichen Edward Steichen was one of the greatest practitioners of 20th century photography and is regarded one of the most renowned master photographers of our time. In February 2006, his photograph The Pond—Moonlight (above) sold

of the week #6 Edward Steichen

20th century photographer of the week: Edward Steichen Edward Steichen was one of the greatest practitioners of 20th century photography and is regarded one of the most renowned master photographers of our time. In February 2006, his photograph The Pond—Moonlight (above) sold

friday feature: Nenad Saljic

I first came across Nenad Saljic’s work when he won the Gold Award in B&W’s 2011 Singe Image Contest. His image ‘A Church Inside a Church #1, Drvenik Veliki, Coroatia, 2010’ (above) is a stunning image full of symbolism: a

friday feature: Nenad Saljic

I first came across Nenad Saljic’s work when he won the Gold Award in B&W’s 2011 Singe Image Contest. His image ‘A Church Inside a Church #1, Drvenik Veliki, Coroatia, 2010’ (above) is a stunning image full of symbolism: a

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news: fancy a Martin Parr Parisian portrait?

Then head to Paris this weekend. As part of Magnum Days timetabled weekend of events, Magnum Photos photographer Martin Parr will be setting up a studio at Rue Hégésippe Moreau on Saturday between 2pm and 6pm. Parr has recently discussed

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news: fancy a Martin Parr Parisian portrait?

Then head to Paris this weekend. As part of Magnum Days timetabled weekend of events, Magnum Photos photographer Martin Parr will be setting up a studio at Rue Hégésippe Moreau on Saturday between 2pm and 6pm. Parr has recently discussed

flash of inspiration: Harry Callahan

I think nearly every artist continually wants to reach the edge of nothingness – the point where you can’t go any further. Harry Callahan

flash of inspiration: Harry Callahan

I think nearly every artist continually wants to reach the edge of nothingness – the point where you can’t go any further. Harry Callahan

of the week #5 Edward Weston

Photographer of the week: Edward Weston Time for photographer of the week, continuing Masters of the 20th century.  One of the most renowned photographers of the 20th century, Edward Weston has helped to inspire and support countless photographers to create

of the week #5 Edward Weston

Photographer of the week: Edward Weston Time for photographer of the week, continuing Masters of the 20th century.  One of the most renowned photographers of the 20th century, Edward Weston has helped to inspire and support countless photographers to create

flash of inspiration: Diane Arbus

My favorite thing is to go where I’ve never been. Diane Arbus

flash of inspiration: Diane Arbus

My favorite thing is to go where I’ve never been. Diane Arbus

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news: Vanessa Winship wins HCB award

The British Journal of Photography has announced the winner of the Henri Cartier-Bresson Award 2011. The award aims to ‘stimulate a photographer’s creativity by offering the opportunity to carry out a project that would otherwise be difficult to achieve. ‘

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news: Vanessa Winship wins HCB award

The British Journal of Photography has announced the winner of the Henri Cartier-Bresson Award 2011. The award aims to ‘stimulate a photographer’s creativity by offering the opportunity to carry out a project that would otherwise be difficult to achieve. ‘

flash of inspiration: Philippe Halsman

The immortal photographers will be straightforward photographers, those who do not rely on tricks or special techniques. Philippe Halsman

flash of inspiration: Philippe Halsman

The immortal photographers will be straightforward photographers, those who do not rely on tricks or special techniques. Philippe Halsman