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“Look and think before opening the shutter. The heart and mind are the true lens of the camera.”   Yousuf Karsh

Monochrome Madness will be posted later today for your viewing pleasure on Leanne Cole’s… 178 more words


Yousuf Karsh's Masterful Portraits From Churchill to Hepburn

The wet cigar dangling from Winston Churchill’s frowning mouth is not the kind of thing a stranger would be advised to remove without permission. But when… 680 more words

Coming to the end of PPA

I finally made a decision on working with black and white portraits, but I still wasn’t happy with my work, I kept feeling like something was missing so I decided to seek advice from Dave Hazel our Course Leader at the University and he suggested about working with professional portraits as I was getting frustrated with some of the ‘cliché’ portraits I was getting from Google and he suggested looking into Karsh of Ottawa. 151 more words

Get exposed to fabulous photography

If a picture is worth a thousand words, a photograph must be all that- and more.  Anyone who has ever gazed at a Yousuf Karsh or Ansel Adams  knows well the power and sheer beauty these works of art command. 412 more words


Yousuf Karsh

Yousuf Karsh was an Armenian Canadian portrait photographer.

His works are awesome. He have portraits of celebrated people and they are famous in the whole world. 79 more words


Charting Churchill: Turnbull & Asser, 71-72 Jermyn Street, London

Turnbull & Asser, 71-72 Jermyn Street, London 2014

© Leslie Hossack

On November 30th 1934, Winston Churchill celebrated his 60th birthday “in the wilderness,” a phrase referring to the 1930s when he no longer occupied a cabinet position. 385 more words