Anyone who’s interested in photography will know that there are many greats, greats that shaped the world of photography as we know and love it today; Henri Cartier Bresson was one of them. As a key influence in street and candid photography, Cartier Bresson’s impact cannot be denied. Henri Cartier Bresson was born in France... Continue Reading →
Continuing our look at Vivian Maier, here are some further photos from her amazing collection of work. Mainly shot in New York, LA and Chicago where she also worked as a nanny, there are also many photographs where you see Vivian herself in the photo. It seems that documenting street life was very easy and... Continue Reading →
I am not sure why but I always remember this photo from Irving Penn. When i think of Irving Penn I often think of this photo first and I love the simplicity and genius of it. This is of Saul Steinberg in Nose Mask in New York, September 1966
A fantastic image of Fred Stein working and showing how photography used to be. The things we would do for our art! Fred Stein was a photographer born in Germany who was forced to flee Germany for Paris in the early 1930s. This photo was taken in 1937 and is of Fred photographing Notre Dame... Continue Reading →
W Eugene Smith was mainly known as a war time photographer, This photo A Walk To The Paradise Garden was a photograph of his own children taken in 1946
Congratulations to Glenda Hubbard Butterflyblue@byron as one of the first winners of the mynuphoto photo competition. This was just one of 4 beautiful images sent in by Glenda. — with Butterflyblue@byron. We run our photo competition by-monthly. and you choose to enter your photos at checkout when ordering your prints. Winners receive £30 or $50 AUD, which... Continue Reading →
It is said that ‘the photos of Tim Walker evoke something childlike, magical and enchanting, captured from the dreamlike fantasies of his imagination’. This is an amazing photo of model actress Lilly Cole by Tim Walker for Vogue magazine.