Inspirations, Photography

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Bertha Wehnert-Beckmann

Bertha Wehnert-Beckmann was a German photographer born in Cottbus in 1815, Brandenburg. Wehrnert-Beckmann first worked as a hairdresser in Dresden in 1839. There, in 1840, she met her future husband, Eduard Wehnert a photographer,  who introduced her to the daguerrotype process and to the recently introduced colour-tinting process based on glass-plate negatives which allowed an unlimited number of prints. In 1843, […]

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Five Things to learn from Henri Cartier-Bresson

Happy Monday everybody!! One of the promises I’ve made myself this year is to get better acquainted with the masters work and learn something from all of them. I came across Henri Cartier-Bresson work about two or three years ago when I was watching podcasts by Ted Forbes on the Art Of Photography. As well […]

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