Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Pedro Meyer

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Pedro Meyer

Pedro Meyer is one of the pioneers and most recognized representatives of contemporary photography. He was the founder and president of the Consejo Mexicano de Fotografía(Mexican Council of Photography) and organizer of the first three Latin American Photography Colloquiums. Besides his artistic photographic work, Pedro Meyer has been a teacher in various prestigious institutions, as well as the [...]

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Gisèle Freund

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Gisèle Freund

Gisèle Freund was a German-born French photographer and photojournalist, born in Schöneberg District, Berlin famous for her documentary photography and portraits of writers and artists. In 1931, Freund studied sociology and art history at Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Breisgau, Germany. From 1932-33 she studied at the Institute for Social, Sciences, University of Frankfurt under Theodor W. Adorno, [...]

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 – Eva Besnyo

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Eva Besnyo

Born in Budapest, Eva Besnyö was brought up in a well-to-do Jewish home. In 1928, she started to study photography at József Pécsi's studio where she also served as an apprentice. In 1930, she moved to Berlin where she became Peter Weller's assisitant. first worked for advertising photographer René Ahrlé before working on with press photographer  Peter Weller. [...]

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 – Gustave Marissiaux

Monday’s Photography inspiration – Gustave Marissiaux

Gustave Marissiaux was a Belgian pictorial photographer and a law student, before he took up photography in 1894. During the same year, he was elected t to the Belgian Association of Photography (B. A.P.). His country views denote a symbolist influence. Portrait is also an important part of his work. He not only practised it as [...]

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 [...]