Monday, October 01, 2007

Lesson 3, favorite photographer(s) TC

One of my favorite photographers, is Annie Leibovitz. She does alot of celebrity photos. She also does work for the TIMES, NYTIMES, Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair, American Vogue and so much more! She has a book, called "Women" which features diffrent photos of diffrent women, a fantastic collection of photos. I looked through this particular book, and the several diffrent set-ups Leibovitz used to create the photograph is amazing. Very emotional and Thought-provoking... here are a couple of websites you can view some of her work.

http://www.temple.edu/photo/photographers/leibovitz/photos.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Annie_Leibovitz

http://www.style.com/vogue/feature/120103/popup/slideshow1.html

http://www.andrewsmithgallery.com/exhibitions/annieleibovitz/americanmusic/index.htm

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There are other photographers that i would like to also mention:
Galen Rowell (does excellent work in photographing the scenic views)

http://www.mountainlight.com/gallery.html

Nick Kelsh
http://72.10.35.23/

http://www.shutterbug.net/refreshercourse/portrait_tips/1103career/index1.html

Tim Fitzharris

http://www.timfitzharris.com/

Doreen Beers-Michel

http://www.doreenbeers-michel.com/index2.php

Michelle Carr
http://www.michellecarrphotography.com/

Amy Johnson

http://www.amyjohnsonphotography.com/

Kristie Chadwick

http://www.chadwickzone.com/index.htm

Anne Geddes (personal favorite!)

http://www.annegeddes.com/

Maragret Bryant

http://www.bryantdogphotography.com/index.php


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So these are only a handful of the websites of photographers i found an interest in!

terri.

Photograph: a picture painted by the sun without instruction in art. ~Ambrose Bierce

You don't take a photograph. You ask, quietly, to borrow it. ~Author Unknown

Sometimes I do get to places just when God's ready to have somebody click the shutter. ~Ansel Adams

No place is boring, if you've had a good night's sleep and have a pocket full of unexposed film. ~Robert Adams, Darkroom & Creative Camera Techniques, May 1995

It's weird that photographers spend years or even a whole lifetime, trying to capture moments that added together, don't even amount to a couple of hours. ~James Lalropui Keivom

If you're photographing in color you show the color of their clothes - if you use black and white, you will show the color of their soul. ~Author Unknown

There are always two people in every picture: the photographer and the viewer. ~Ansel Adams












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