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Nav Kander

http://www.nadavkander.com/nadav_kander_main.html

An Israeli, brought up in South Africa, now based in London.

I love this man’s biography, humorous, and quite self-effacing.

https://www.lensculture.com/articles/nadav-kander-yangtze-the-long-river

I just love Kander’s moody, poetic, artistic interpretation of the Yangtze River. 137 more words

Photographer Studies

Simon Roberts

A contemporary British photographer, specialising in people in the landscape identity and belonging

http://simoncroberts.com/work/pierdom/

A body of work comprising 81 photographs (am I going to have that many in my final project?) 261 more words

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Adriana Groisman

http://www.adrianagroisman.com/about.photo.html

Born in Argentina, Adriana Groisman studied photography in New York in the 1980’s. She is an internationally renowned photojournalist, and has worked for a number of leading international publications. 319 more words

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Thomas Joshua Cooper

http://www.inglebygallery.com/artists/thomas-joshua-cooper/

http://www.prixpictet.com/portfolios/water-shortlist/thomas-joshua-cooper/

I can’t believe I haven’t come across this photographer before. Such a leading practitioner and also educationalist specialising in landscape photography.

Using very traditional methods – a large format film plate camera dating from 1898 and early processing techniques he is renowned for his ambitious project – … 594 more words

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Assignment 2. The brief & initial thoughts

Single image narratives

Revisit Chapters 4 & 5 in Creative Photography : Context and Narrative

The brief.
Produce eight images that individually have a narrative and convey a specific idea. 224 more words

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Suki Chan

Follow up – Suggested reading and viewing

Suki Chan

http://www.sukichan.co.uk/

http://www.saatchiart.com/account/artworks/11145

http://www.tintypegallery.com/artists/suki-chan/

“The aesthetics are intended to seduce. I want to transport the viewer to an elsewhere, one step removed from real life….” 478 more words

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