Here are links to sites of other photographers that I have found interesting. These represent a whole array of styles and thoughts. There are some images in here that I could only dream of capturing.
If you find that your site is here and you wish me to take it down then please just let me know and I will remove it.
Gwen is a photographer and designer out of San Francisco California. This is a lovely study of childhood through their eyes. I think I am going to follow Gwen as i think her composition is fantastic and i just love her use of black&white technique.
Jose Luis Barcia Fernandez
Light and shadow, with a lots of geometry, strong juxtapositions and high-contrast lighting. These were taken and edited only with an iPhone. Great work Jose.
Martin has certainly captured the essence of the lakes. His photography just makes me want to return to the place I have loved since a boy. Now where’s my diary.
A great example of multi exposure technique and ICM. These great example just make you want to have a go
Beautiful landscapes, I just love the clarity of his composition, they are so clean and crisp
Great composition, great viewpoint, great framing, great squareness !
Here is a photographer from Lviv in the Ukraine. I found his studies so patiently observed. Look for ‘Slavik’, ‘His Dreams’, ‘Carpathian Shepherds’ and ‘lviv Life’ you will not regret it, I didn’t, great work .
I love the mood that Damian creates in his photography. Some great shots here.
Chris reckons for the last ten years he has been trying to take a picture he likes. I like them Chris !
A hidden genius, A street photographer of great vision, a true exponent of the art. Well done to John Maloof for saving such a body of work. Thanks so much for your self portraits Vivian, I will look at these forever.
João Castellano was born as João Paulo in the early 80s. He wanted to be a footballer but thankfully he picked up a camera. I just could not stop looking at these pictures. He just gets right in there !
Observation at it’s best. I just love Diego’s street photography, mostly his humour. I did have a right good chuckle.
“I wonder if the sensation of light precedes in my photos… I am searching for the sensations that are in harmony with myself. The absence of time the common denominator of all my photos.” Jean- Michel Berts.
A true king of the Black & White, a long time favourite of mine.
I look at Paul’s work often, it just keeps drawing me back in. I really like the openness of his photography and like he says he seems to have a spiritual attachment to each of his shots.
Described as a humanitarian photographer, Javier certainly captures his essays spirit. love his use of available light.
I can’t get enough of these images. The techniques have me intrigued. Florian talks about ‘ I capture the in-between, life at the margins, and borderlines of lives and places’. you need to look at these to see what he means, you will not be disappointed.
I have always loved the thought of going to India. And it’s pictures like Steve’s that have made me more determined to go. His photography has been a real inspiration to me. I always come back to his site to see what he latest work.
Ken Koskela is a renowned Chicago-based travel photographer. His portraits show real character, love them. He has travelled to more countries than I have had hot dinners !
This fella really is Mr Black & White. Sensational imagery. Total control over his medium.
This made me chuckle. Coming at it all with a different sense of humor.