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Aesthetics in Ordinary and Mundane Subjects

Most photographers have a natural tendency to shoot impressive subjects like the Grand Canyon, the Eiffel Tower, exotic wildlife, outstanding landscapes, beautiful people and what have you.  529 more words


Le photographe hanté, 2/2 (writing, 2015)

Second part of my essay about photographers’ processes ; an analysis of Eggleston’s afterword to “The Democratic Forest” and some of Stephen Shore’s sayings. What is it exactly, that is photographed when the camera is not recording reality ? 228 more words


Le photographe hanté, 1/2 (writing, 2015)

First part of an essay about the photographic process : how does a photographer deal with the refuse of his own work ? An ongoing inquiry through Denis Roche, Garry Winogrand, Martin Parr, Vivian Maier, and others… 209 more words


William Eggleston (1939)

Ο φωτογράφος William Eggleston γεννήθηκε το 1939 στο Memphis της πολιτείας του Tennessee της Αμερικής. Είναι φωτογράφος διεθνώς αναγνωρισμένος για τη προώθηση της έγχρωμης εικόνας ως σύγχρονου εκφραστικού μέσου. 113 more words


Assignment 2 - Photographing the Unseen

In my post on the preparation for this assignment, I mentioned that there were two options, Photographing the unseen or Using props. I chose the former. 1,320 more words

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William Eggleston

Sean O’Hagan of The Guardian newspaper writes that ‘William Eggleston is perhaps the most innovative American photographer of the past 50 years whose unique style has transformed the way we look at the world.’ … 776 more words


Genius in colour: Why William Eggleston is the world’s greatest photographer

The godfather of colour photography, William Eggleston, inspired a generation – from David Lynch to Juergen Teller.

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