Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Eduard Spelterini

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Eduard Spelterini

Eduard Spelterini was a Swiss pioneer of ballooning and of aerial photography. Spelterini was very talented musically and had such a beautiful voice that he enrolled at the Paris Conservatorium for three years of singing tuition, where he was one of the top students. Then he fell ill with Tuberculosis and the young man was [...]

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Mario DiGirolamo

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Mario DiGirolamo

In a world jam-packed with photography lessons and manuals, the remarkable simplicity with which Mario DiGirolamo see photography is refreshing. To be a good photographer, one needs a few technical skills, but mostly the right mindset. Street photography, above all, epitomises this idea of being open to a situation and making sense of it. Mario DiGirolamo [...]

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Tina Modotti

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Tina Modotti

Tina Modotti, born Assunta Adelaide Luigia Modotti Mondini, or Assuntina, which became Tina, immigrated to the United States from Udine, Italy, in 1913, joining her father and sister in San Francisco. There, she established herself as an actress before marrying the artist Roubaix de l’Abrie Richey and moving with him to Los Angeles. Soon after [...]

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Margrethe Mather

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Margrethe Mather

Mather was an American photographer born in Utah. Her parents were Danish immigrants who had been converted to the Mormon faith by a missionary in Denmark. When she was born, Mather was named Emma Caroline Youngreen. After her mother died she was sent to live in another part of town with her maternal aunt, Rasmine Laurentzen. Laurentzen was the live-in housekeeper [...]

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Doris Ulmann

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Doris Ulmann

Doris Ulmann, was an American photographer known for her portraits of people living in rural parts of the American South.Born into a  New York family, Ulmann received a progressive education at the Ethical Culture School and took courses in psychology and law at Columbia University. She studied photography with Clarence H. White, first at Columbia in 1907 and later at the Clarence H. White [...]