“There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.” ― Albert Einstein
Tag: Robert Frank
“Hope is the thing with feathers that perches in the soul and sings the tune without the words and never stops at all.” ―Emily Dickinson This image is another one from my Greenwich visit. Went out today and shot some pretty spectacular images of buildings in Central London. One of them has a pretty interesting…
The rail station
“Photography is a reality so subtle that it becomes more real than reality.” ― Alfred Stieglitz I travel through this station everyday but never really took the time to look around. You are either rushing or too tired for anything else other than getting home to sleep. I took this image late summer when the…
“The very secret of life for me, I believed, was to maintain in the midst of rushing events an inner tranquility.” ― Margaret Bourke-White Hope everyone’s had a wonderful start to the week. I took this just before Autumn started in London. One those days that starts cloudy and cold and turns into the sunny…
“The primary problem is to learn to be your own toughest critic. You have to pay attention to intelligent work, and to work at the same time. You see. I mean, you’ve got to bounce off better work. It’s matter of working.” — Garry Winogrand
“Above all, life for a photographer cannot be a matter of indifference” ― Robert Frank This image is that of the crossing bridge by the Royal Docks for locals. Couldn’t resist shooting it. Have a great everybody!!
Is photography an art?
I came across this video via the Saatchi gallery website. A debate as to whether photography can be considered an art. When I think of Ansel Adams or Man Ray or Robert Frank I think of them as artists in their chosen fields. However, for many years they were not considered as artists. Phtography is…
What makes for the perfect portrait?
It’s no secret that I’ve always been fascinated portraits. Give a strong Black & White portrait and I am sold each time. Lately I’ve been wondering what makes for a good portrait? When I started on this journey, the photographers who’s work inspired me most where Ansel Adams, Henri Cartier Bresson and Robert Frank. Different…
Weekend Inspirations – Black and White Portraits
Everyone knows by now I absolutely love Black and White images. Then Black and white portraits then I am SOLD. Here are a few favourites Robert Frank image from “The Americans” Portrait of Bob Marley by David Burnett