Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Robert Doisneau

Born in 1912 in Paris, France, Robert Doisneau is considered as one of the most noted photographers. His poetic approach to street photography recorded French everyday life often playful and surreal images. Always charmed by his subjects, he enjoyed finding amusing juxtapositions or oddities of human nature. Doisneau initially studied engraving and lithography at the [...]

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – André Kertész

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – André Kertész

Born in Budapest, Kertész taught himself how to use a camera and had his first photos published while a member of the Austro-Hungarian army during World War I. Kertész emigrated to Paris in 1925, where he became acquainted with members of the Dada movement, he achieved critical and commercial success. In Paris he found critical and commercial [...]