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I hope this forum thread will become a place to find links to some of the world’s most inspirational black and white photographers.
A few years ago I went to exhibition by Ansel Adams in Edinburgh; prior to this exhibition I did not know a great deal about his work, for me this was the start of my love of black and white landscapes. You can check out his work at www.anseladams.com
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Would have to agree that Ansel is the man in terms of landscapes. No-one else comes close in my opinion.
Can't get the link to work on this generic fruit base thing but O Winston Link was the real true master of b&w print. The Internet is a poor medium for viewing them however
I personally love David Burdeny's work, his name + .com
Quote: I personally love David Burdeny's work, his name + .com
The antartica/greenland images are stunning
Just having a put around the net, looking for books by or on David Burdeny and another superb photographers name popped up, have a search for Nick Brandt.
Here`s a few
Just a few:
Frank Meadows Sutcliffe -landscapes / people
Eddie Adams - photo journalism
Ansel Adams (already mentioned)
Nick Brandt (already mentioned)
Bob Carlos Clarke- an absolute genious, not just fetish photography
I could go on and on
Don McCullin Until you've stared at a real print of the shell-shocked GI, you'll not understand how powerful it is.
Bailey. He led, others followed ............
............ including John Swannell, but he went on to develop a style of his own.
Is it too late to say that some of the above links may contain nudity?
Stumbled across the work of Ernst Haas, loved the B&W abstracts
Get inspired : http://www.google.co.uk/images?client=safari&rls=en&q=robert+doisneau&oe=UTF-8&redir_esc=&um=1&ie=UTF-8&source=univ&sa=X&ei=KAqOTZ6DAYabhQf93fy7Dg&ved=0CEsQsAQ&biw=1280&bih=591
Doisneau's OK but Kertesz is better....
I prefer Doisneau to Kertesz. He's more natural + I like the way he sees things.
Another major inspiration is Henri Cartier Bresson
Despit having over thirty years of photographic experience it was only a few years ago that I discovered Adams, now he is my inspiration in landscape photography as David Bailey is in portraiture. His work, particularly in black and white in the 1960's, is unsurpassed.
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