Monday’s photography Inspiration – Frances Benjamin Johnston

Monday’s photography Inspiration – Frances Benjamin Johnston

Frances Benjamin Johnston (1864-1952) was born during the American Civil War. Her  career as a photographer began with portrait, news, and documentary work then turned to a focus on contemporary architecture and gardens, culminating in a survey of historic buildings in the southern United States. In the 1880s, Johnston studied art in Paris and then [...]

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 – Duane Michals

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Duane Michals

"I think photographs should be provocative and not tell you what you already know. It takes no great powers or magic to reproduce somebody’s face in a photograph. The magic is in seeing people in new ways." — Duane Michals Duane Michals is an American photographer who creates narratives within a series of images. Blending images with [...]

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Minor White

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Minor White

If you heard of the Zone System , then you are likely to know Minor White this week's photographer. Minor White, was an American photographer and editor whose efforts to extend photography's range of expression greatly influenced creative photography in the mid-20th century. White took up photography while very young but set it aside for a [...]