Inspirations

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Minor White

Minor White was an American photographer and is one of the masters of photographic modernism. his first creative efforts were in poetry and he took took 5 years to complete a sequence of a hundred sonnets while working as a waiter and bartender. It is after moving to Portland in 1938 that his photography career began. First, […]

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Photography

Dark Hope

It is really strange how we get attached to our work. I have finished this images for a while but have been pretty attached to them. This is a series of work called Dark Hope. This is my first series of work that it is about Hope. Contrary to the title, the collection is about finding […]

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Inspirations

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Ernst Hass

“Photography is a bridge between science and art. It brings to science what it needs most, the artistic sense and to art art proof that nothing can be imagined which cannot be matched in the counterpoints of nature” – Ernst Haas Ernst Haas is one of the most important figures of the 20th Century. He […]

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Photography

Monday Photography Inspiration – Julius Schulman

Julius Shulman was born in Brooklyn in 1910, and his interest in photography started after taking on the subject in high school. He later attended the Univertsin of Berkeley where he earned pocket money by selling his photographs to fellow students. In 1936 he returned to Los Angeles and was enlisted by a friend to take photographs […]

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Cityscape

Time for something different – City of London

  For someone with an extremely short attention span (except when watching TV), it is good for me to with things up. For a while now, I’ve been wanting to shoot Cityscape but from my own perspective. With so many tall buildings in London with viewing areas, it is so easy to capture exactly what […]

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Photography

Monday Photography Inspiration – Ezra Stoller

Ezra Stoller was an architectural photographer between the 1930s and 1980s. Just like Balthazar Korab, Stoller was also an architect. He began photographing buildings, models and sculpture during he studies. After his graduation, he worked with Paul Strand in the Office of Emergency Management before he was drafted in 1942 as a photographer at the […]

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Inspirations

Monday Photography Inspiration – Alfred Stieglitz

“Photography is not an art. Neither is painting, literature or music. They are only different media for the individual to express his aesthetic feelings. You do not have to be a painter or a sculptor to be an artist. You maybe a shoemaker. You may be creative as such. And, if so, you are a […]

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Photography

What does creativity mean to you?

Creativity is not about making things (even though it is does qualify). For me, creativity is about seeing ordinary things and seeing in them in a new light. The simple act of creating things has a way of changing who we are and affecting all areas of our lives. Creativity allows us to see the […]

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Photography

Life begins at the end of your comfort zone

I am one of those people that sit around with numerous ideas floating around my head that it can get quite difficult to sleep sometimes. So how do I solve this problem? The only solution is to get the ideas out and get things done. It is easier said than done. You may wonder about […]

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Inspirations

Monday Photography Inspiration – Sebastião Salgado

Hi everyone, Hope you all had a wonderful weekend!!! The photographer that I would like to talk about today is Sebastião Salgado. Not only does he work inspires me a lot but also the aim for his work. His images depicts the complexities of the human conditions and wildlife. His work is depicted in black […]

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