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 [...]
Peter keetman was born in 1916 in Munich and died in 2005 but in his life he left a legacy of photography which started in 1935 and passed a masters craftsman diploma in 1948. From 1935 to 1937 he attended the Bavarian State Instructional Institution for photography in Munich. He then went to receive his [...]
Gisèle Freund was a German-born French photographer and photojournalist, born in Schöneberg District, Berlin famous for her documentary photography and portraits of writers and artists. In 1931, Freund studied sociology and art history at Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Breisgau, Germany. From 1932-33 she studied at the Institute for Social, Sciences, University of Frankfurt under Theodor W. Adorno, [...]
If you've been following my blog for a while, you will know about about my Variations series. This series started as an exercise to polish my composition skills and it grew into a two part series. After completing this series. I thought that it would be interesting to get many people involved and see what [...]
Leonard Misonne was a master pictorialist photographer, whose atmospheric landscapes and street scenes are among the finest pictorial depictions of such subject matter. He was an engineer turned painter, pianist and photographer. Working on light and grey monochromes, Leonard Misone’s images diffused foggy and yet luminous atmospheres highlighted by dramatic skies. There is something very tender [...]
What I like about cities and architecture is the stories they tell. All those years standing, housing many people, many cultures etc... All those untold stories I wish that I knew...