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Impressionism in Photography: George Davidson

On the 19th of September 1854, English photographer, and a proponent of pictorial or impressionistic photography, George Davidson was born in Lowestoft, Suffolk, England. He is noted as one of the most important figures in the development of Pictorial photography at the end of the nineteenth century. 650 more words


The 5 Quirks of Master Photographers: Belief

Time for part two of our look at master photographers and what makes them different. Last time we talked about curiosity. Great photographers are curious about all facets of life not just photography. 959 more words

Black And White

Pin My Castle

Well, I was going to see my lover tonight, right now, in fact, but she got stuck in traffic, repeatedly, driving back from New York City, and had to cancel. 538 more words


The Stills

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Walk down any street in Edinburgh and you’ll see dozens of people taking photographs.  259 more words


Happy Birthday Man Ray

Today is the 124th birthday of the photographer Man Ray.

NAME: Man Ray
OCCUPATION: Painter, Photographer, Filmmaker
BIRTH DATE: August 27, 1890… 727 more words


If you don’t know Muddy Waters, you don’t know rock and roll. If you don’t know Alfred Stieglitz, you don’t know photography.

Besides being a pretty good photographer in his own right, Stieglitz was majorly responsible for putting photography on par with other forms of art. 449 more words

McGurk On Art

Thinking About Critique - Destroying Ideas or Creating Solutions?

When performing a critique, we often focus on the negative aspects of being critical. A critical eye will discern not only what is not working… 837 more words