Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Gustav Le Gray

Gustave Le Gray was referred to as  "the most important French photographer of the nineteenth century" because of his technical innovations in the still new medium of photography, his role as the teacher of other noted photographers, and "the extraordinary imagination he brought to picture making". Le Gray was born near Paris where studied painting…

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Captain Linnaeus Tripe

Captain Linnaeus Tripe  was a British photographer and between 1854 and 1860, Tripe produced an unprecedented series of photographs documenting the landscape and cultural artefacts of south India and Burma. As an officer in the British army, he traveled with diplomatic expeditions, creating a visual inventory of celebrated archaeological sites and monuments, religious and secular…

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Landscape photographer Wang Wusheng

Born in 1945 in the city of Wuhu in China's Anhui's Province. What I love about his work is the ethereal beauty of nature and our planet that is portrayed. It reminds me that how beautiful and fragile that our planet is really is. Every time that I see images like this, I am reminded…