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Who is your favourite photographer?


chriswebb 10 893 United Kingdom
10 Aug 2005 4:58AM
I don't mean on this site, I mean in general.

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kit-monster e2
11 3.7k 2 Singapore
10 Aug 2005 5:01AM
Colin Prior
sillyconguru 10 4.4k
10 Aug 2005 5:01AM
I haven't got one, I've never studied anyone else's work. Although, I may have to do a "portraits in the style of..." for my C&G.
keithh e2
11 23.4k 33 Wallis And Futuna
10 Aug 2005 5:03AM
Never had one...but Turner, Landseer and Lear
digicammad 11 22.0k 37 United Kingdom
10 Aug 2005 5:04AM
I'm with Andrew, I have honestly never really studied who has taken what. I know what I like but don't know who took them, well except on here of course. :0)

Ian
Kris_Dutson 12 8.2k 1 England
10 Aug 2005 5:05AM
Difficult to choose one but for now my current fave is Joe Cornish, but I also like David Ward and Charlie Waite's work. I'm also an admirer of the great Ansel Adams too.

Then as Keith says there's the great landscape painters too...

Kris.
conrad 10 10.9k 116
10 Aug 2005 5:07AM
All of the above, although I must say I was especially impressed by the photos in an article on Joe Cornish taking pictures of the Scottish coast.

Conrad
pfheyes 10 254 1 United Kingdom
10 Aug 2005 5:11AM
Galen Rowell.

Pete
debster 10 693 3 England
10 Aug 2005 5:24AM
Has to be Joe Cornish and Charlie Waite for me. Big inspirations! However, there are plenty of photographers on here too who inspire me and I admire their work.....

Debbie
joolsb 10 27.1k 38 Switzerland
10 Aug 2005 5:29AM
Agree with Debbie, here. And I'd add David Ward, whose style of 'intimate landscapes' I've been consciously trying to emulate..

But I tend to look at photos irrespective of who took them, and try and analyse the composition or, at least, work out why they have the impact they do...
jimbo_t 11 959 England
10 Aug 2005 5:33AM
Some may disagree and look down their noses at me but I love Andy Rouse's wildlife photography, just purchased one of his books and its fantastic!
I also really enjoy Joe Cornish and Charlie Waite when it comes to landscape.
jim
UserDeleted 11 3.6k
10 Aug 2005 5:34AM
It would have been Keith but for that cheerleader shot ! Grin

For me: Yervant and Gerry Ghionis - not just their weddings work but their fashion, portraits and architectural and commercial personal work.

Mike
UserDeleted 11 3.6k
10 Aug 2005 5:35AM
Jim,

Nothing wrong with Andy Rouse's photographs.

Mike.
JJGEE 9 6.4k 18 England
10 Aug 2005 5:43AM
William Henry Fox Talbot !

There are so many excellent photographers with different styles it is difficult to really pick a favourite.

Henri Cartier-Bresson
Frank Cappa
Eve Arnold
Snowdon / Parkinson / Bailey / Donovan / Lichfield
Heather Angel
Stephen Dalton
Tom Mackie
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and so on
TeresaH 9 1.1k United Kingdom
10 Aug 2005 5:47AM
Colin Prior and Ansel Adams.

And my Dad Smile

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