Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Julia Margaret Cameron

Julia Margaret Cameron née Pattle was a British photographer born in 1815 who is considered one of the most important portraitists of the 19th century. She was the fourth of ten children and one of seven to survive to adulthood. Her father was a British official from England in India while working for the East India Company. [...]

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Rudolf Koppitz

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Rudolf Koppitz

Rudolf Koppitz was born on the 4 January 1884 into a rural Protestant family in Schreiberseifen, a village close to the town of Freudenthal, in the Duchy of Upper and Lower Silesia (what is today Skrbovice near Bruntál in the Czech Republic). He was a Photo-Secessionist whose work includes straight photography and modernist images. He was one of the leading representatives of art photography in Vienna between the world wars. He is best [...]

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – John Dillwyn Llewelyn

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – John Dillwyn Llewelyn

John Dillwyn Llewelyn born in the parish of Llangyfelach, Swansea, Wales on the 12 January 1810. He was a botanist and pioneer photographer. The eldest son of Lewis Weston Dillwyn and Mary Dillwyn, née Adams, the natural daughter of Col. John Llewelyn of Penllergaer and Ynysygerwn. His sister, Mary Dillwyn (1816–1906), is remembered as the earliest female photographer in Wales. Upon coming of age he [...]

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Francesca Woodman

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Francesca Woodman

“A lot of photography is making records of people, as objects, friends. It’s like organising a wardrobe....” - Francesca Woodman Francesca Stern Woodman  was an American photographer born in Denver, Colorado in 1958 best known for her black and white self portraits or female models. Many of her photographs show women, naked or clothed, blurred due to movement and [...]

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Wright Morris

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Wright Morris

“The photograph, after all, is just a photograph. Words will determine its meaning and status.” - Wright Morris Wright Marion Morris was an American novelist, photographer, and essayist born in 1910. He is known for his portrayals of the people and artefacts of the Great Plains in words and pictures, as well as for experimenting [...]

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Germaine Van Parys

Monday’s Photography Inspiration –  Germaine Van Parys

Germaine Van Parys (1893–1983) was a pioneering Belgian photojournalist and first woman in Belgium who practiced this profession. By the end of the First World War, she was recognised as one of Belgium's most competent photographers. She first worked for Le Soir(1922), then for La Meuse (1932), also contributing to the Paris weekly L'Illustration. In addition to images of [...]

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Peter Dombrovskis

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Peter Dombrovskis

Peter Dombrovskis as an Australian photographer. Dombrovskis was born in Wiesbaden, Germany in 1945.  He emigrated to Australia with his mother Adele and started taking photographs in the 1960's. He was strongly influenced by Lithuanian-Australian pioneer, conservationist and photographer Olegas Truchanas, who became a father figure to him. He was equally influenced by landscape photographers [...]

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Bob Kolbrener

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Bob Kolbrener

Today I would like to introduce you  to Bob Kolbrener. An amazing landscape. However, I would like to do things a little differently today. Instead of me writing a lengthy background on this photographer, I would let him introduce himself to you. https://vimeo.com/14070363   Take some time to visit his website here for more truly [...]