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December 2016

Same background, different model

For this exercise, I decided to take advantage of an assignment that I had to make to create a photo catalogue for a Sunday school. I admit that the subject matter is neither exciting nor very interesting, but it is an opportunity to explore the different postures that subjects adopt before the camera. Continue reading “Same background, different model”

Irving Penn

When I first heard about this photographer and his connection to the world of fashion, I certainly did not show much interest, since my tastes at that time were very distant of what is usually known as fashion photography. However, today I have discovered an author who has transcended the field of fashion photography with an artistic proposal that I would dare to classify as revolutionary. Continue reading “Irving Penn”

Same model, different background

I began to take the pictures for this exercise just before of the discovering of the work of Julian Germain, and I’m amazed to found certain similarities, putting aside the differences of methodology and quality of the result of course, with Germain’s work. Continue reading “Same model, different background”

Daniel Meadows

Daniel Meadows declares himself as a documentarist, and his works developed in the 70s and 80s are a good prove of it. Experiences such as the Graeme Street photo shop mark the beginning of a path in which the artist seeks to integrate himself in the subject’s environment and from there to photograph the subjects. Continue reading “Daniel Meadows”

Julien Germain

In more than two years that I have been studying photography in the OCA I found some really fascinating photographers, some of them have surprised me because of the use of a new and strong visual language, some others for the simplicity of their proposasl, and others precisely for the opposite, to exhibit in their pictures a infinity of details and creating exuberant compositions in content and meanings. Continue reading “Julien Germain”

Harry Callahan

This American photographer has an interesting career, since his beginnings were practically those of an amateur practitioner who joined in the late thirties and with 26 years of age in a photography club in his workplace (Chrysler Corporation), and developed the whole of his body of work through constant experimentation. Continue reading “Harry Callahan”

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