Monday’s Photography Inspiration – George Platt Lynes

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – George Platt Lynes

“I’m the damned soul of my damned camera, and God, how it hates me sometimes” - George Platt Lynes George Platt Lynes is recognized today as a master of 20th century photography, influencing artists such as Robert Mapplethorpe and Herb Ritts. Though Lynes was commercially successful in New York fashion and portrait photography, his art [...]

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Mathew Brady

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Mathew Brady

“My greatest aim has been to advance the art of photography and to make it what I think I have, a great and truthful medium of history.” - Matthew Brady Referred to as the father of photojournalism, Mathew Brady was born in 1823, near Lake George, New York, U.S. Well-known in the 19th-century this American photographer was celebrated [...]

Monday’s Photography Inspiration- H. H. Bennett

Monday’s Photography Inspiration- H. H. Bennett

Henry Hamilton Bennett was born in Farnham, Lower Canada. In 1857, at the age of 14, Bennett moved with his father and uncle to Wisconsin. They settled in Kilbourn City, today known as Wisconsin Dells, and Henry worked as a carpenter in the town. After the outbreak of the American Civil War, Bennett joined the army and fought [...]

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Germaine Krull

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Germaine Krull

  Germaine Krull (29 November 1897 – 31 July 1985), was a great modernist photographer, activist, inveterate traveller and hotelier Germaine Krull. Germaine was born born in Wilda-Poznań, East Prussia 29 November 1897. It was then in Germany and is now Poznań, Poland. Her nationality has been categorised as German, Polish, French, and Dutch, but [...]