Monday’s Photography Inspiration – James Abbe

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – James Abbe

James Abbe was an American photographer born in 1883 in Alfred, Maine. He was a portraitist to the stars in the 1920's world of theatre and film, a pioneer photojournalist observing first hand the dramatically changing European cultural and political situation. James Abbe first became interested in photography at the age of 12 after he [...]

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Cornell Capa

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Cornell Capa

"Photography is demonstrably the most contemporary of art forms; it is the most vital, effective and universal means of communication of facts and ideas between peoples and nations. " - Cornell Capa Cornell Capa was born Cornell Friedmann was a photographer, member of Magnum Photos, photo curator and the younger brother of the photo-journalist and [...]

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Ruth Robertson

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Ruth Robertson

Ruth Robertson was an American photojournalist and an explorer. Born in 1905, she started in 1939 at The Journal Star where she was the first female photographer. After convincing the editor to try something new, Ruth's creation, Peoria and Her People, quickly gained popularity, and established her credentials as a writer and photographer. Constantly searching for [...]