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chriswebb 12 893 United Kingdom
10 Aug 2005 8:12AM
David Bailey? Who's he? Big smile Lionel.....

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sillyconguru 12 4.4k
10 Aug 2005 8:13AM
LOL, I remember the adverts.
Pete Plus
15 18.8k 96 England
10 Aug 2005 8:16AM
I worked in retail when the ads were big on TV. If I had a pound for every customer who said..."I'm no David Bailey" when asked what type of camera they were after I'd be very rich!
chriswebb 12 893 United Kingdom
10 Aug 2005 8:16AM
Yep, Karsh was good. I went to an exhibition of his work at the Barbican ages ago (I think I went through all this in a different topic the other day) and was amazed at the sharpness of his portraits even when blown up to several feet. He used a large-format camera and the detail isn't particularly flattering at that size, though. Best to stand a few feet back unless you are interested in "famous skin disorders of the 20th century".
digicammad 13 22.0k 39 United Kingdom
10 Aug 2005 8:18AM
For those around at the time (and those descended from them) the phrase Who do you think you are, David Bailey? is still meaningful. :0)

Mind you I would never be able to remember what they were actually advertising. lol
chriswebb 12 893 United Kingdom
10 Aug 2005 8:18AM
"If I had a pound for everyone who joined E2 I'd be very rich."
chriswebb 12 893 United Kingdom
10 Aug 2005 8:19AM
Olympus Trip
StrayCat Plus
12 17.7k 3 Canada
10 Aug 2005 8:44AM
Take a look at Scott Mutter's work for something a little different and thought provoking.
ade_mcfade 12 15.2k 216 England
10 Aug 2005 9:13AM
err.....

don't know that many, but Henri Cartier-Bresson's stuff was nice and I can look at Ansel Adam's Yosemite shots for hours.

I spend far more time taking photos and on this forum these days, don't really look at other peoples stuff as much as I should.
c_evans99 13 7.0k 1 Wales
10 Aug 2005 9:32AM
I've more favourite painters than photographers, but of the latter... Brassai... for making the darkness glow.
Bernie 13 2.2k
10 Aug 2005 10:03AM
Don't really know any. But I do enjoy gritty war photography so if you know any then let me know so I can google them.
chriswebb 12 893 United Kingdom
10 Aug 2005 10:10AM
Don McCullin. Robert Capa.
JJGEE 11 6.8k 18 England
10 Aug 2005 10:11AM
How about Don McCullin

There are quite a few websites if you search by his name
chriswebb 12 893 United Kingdom
10 Aug 2005 10:13AM
Roger Fenton if you want to go back as far as the Crimean War.
tanglefoot 12 966 England
10 Aug 2005 10:16AM
Its a toss up between, myself or that guy who used to be in this forum, he went by the name of Flashman.

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