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Portraits Revisited

Influenced by looking at Bill Brandt, August Sander, and Frank Meadow Sutcliffe I completed the exercises either side of assignment one in black and white; this has been interesting and there is no doubt that monochrome continues to play an important role in contemporary portraiture but after pursuing colour photography for decades I continue to find it an alien environment in which to work. 695 more words

Research & Reflection

- Edward Weston

I see no reason for recording the obvious.

Quotes

Preview: The Westons, Scott Nichols Gallery, San Francisco, CA

Are you a fan of Edward Weston or perhaps his progeny? Scott Nichols Gallery is providing a very special opportunity for fans, starting this month. 128 more words

Black And White Photography

Monday's Inspiration - Brett Weston

One of the things I enjoy is learning from the Masters which is why I started these inspiration posts. Not only do they help us keep a perspective on our work but I learn personally learn a lot from. 168 more words

Black And White Photography

The World is Beautiful - Photographs from the collection @ National Gallery of Australia

A great new exhibition at the NGA features a rich collection of photographs from the huge collection held in their vaults. The photographers included included work by Michael Riley, Diane Arbus, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Bill Henson, Robert Mapplethorpe, Man Ray, Cindy Sherman, Edward Weston and many more. 121 more words

Art

Photo Challenge: Now

It’s the day before Christmas and not a camera was stirring… although earlier this week I did a selfie. It was in response to another photo challenge on another website. 63 more words

Photography

The Curation Project

24/11/2015 Contextual Studies

“A curator (from Latin: curare meaning “take care”) is a manager or overseer. Traditionally, a curator or keeper of a cultural heritage institution (i.e., gallery, museum, library or archive) is a content specialist responsible for an institution’s collections and involved with the interpretation of heritage material.”

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Contextual Studies