Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Rosalie Gwathmey

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Rosalie Gwathmey

"We all know that if the language isn't eloquent, no one bothers to finish the story" - Rosalie Gwathmey   Gwathmey was born in Charlotte, North Carolina. She was the daughter of successful architect, Charles C. Hook, and Ida MacDonald Hook. Rosalie married painter, Robert Gwathmey in 1935. She gave birth to their son, Charles Gwathmey, in 1938. He is another [...]

A city’s icon

A city’s icon

Whether you've been to London or not or seen it in the movies, most of us recognise the building in the image below. St Paul's Cathedral is one of the most known and iconic cathedrals in the world. St Paul's cathedral sits on Ludgate Hill at the highest point of the city of London. Its [...]

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Oliver Gagliani

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Oliver Gagliani

"You will never make a photograph that everyone likes, so make sure you will like every one of your photographs" - Oliver Gagliani   Oliver Gagliani (1917–2002) was an American photographer, a master of large format photography, darkroom technique, and the Zone System. Upon seeing a retrospective of Paul Strand's work in 1945 at the San Francisco Museum of [...]

The Towers

The Towers

Hope everyone is well and is keeping well. Instead of talking about this pandemic (I do not have any insights other than what I’ve read from the WHO) so I just thought to share another image with you. I am not able o create anything new as I am on bed rest after a surgery [...]

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Josiah Johnson Hawes

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Josiah Johnson Hawes

Josiah Johnson Hawes was a photographer in Boston, Massachusetts. He was born in Wayland, Massachusetts in 1808. At seventeen he was apprenticed to a carpenter and practiced the trade for six years, which he gave up to be an artist. He began his career as a portrait painter. “I purchased books, colours and brushes and commenced the study [...]