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A short documentary that looks at the work of William Eggleston and underlines his unique vision and dedication to his work. A man who can create drama from everyday scenery.
TateShots: William Eggleston
Tate recently released a short video about William Eggleston’s work in the American South. I often hear William Eggleston mentioned, whether about how good he is as a photographer or how he has influenced the world of colour photography. 314 more words
The power of creative photography is challenging the visual perceptions of the world around us. Ansel Adams wanted us to see the drama and beauty of the American West, William Eggleston “I am at war with the obvious” railed against modern art photography. 285 more words
William Eggleston shapes the forms and content of his hometown Memphis into a thoughtful on himself and the surroundings. The focus tends towards the centre and as you turn the pages of the book (William Eggleston’s Guide), the continuity of images give the sensation of going deeper (where I am not sure). 35 more words