Josef Hoflehner

Josef Hoflehner a master photographer

Josef Hoflehner was born in Austria in 1955 and has been a professional photographer for more than 30 years. Beginning to photograph as a profession that led him to deal mainly with interior photography. However, in the nineties, he intensified his personal works and for about ten years he has been dealing exclusively with fine-art photography. Works He started shooting relatively late. He bought his first camera when he was

Edward Burtynsky

Edward Burtynsky, the anthropocene photographer

Edward Burtynsky Edward Burtynsky is a Canadian photographer and artist. He is internationally recognized for his large-format photographs of industrial and environment landscapes. Even he is not well known in Europe, his conceptual rigor has made him one of the most appreciated photographers at the present time on the American scene. His work falls within the American tradition of landscape photography, which attempts to capture the grandeur of natural settings,

Photography Book on India

My favorite Photography Book on India

Favorite Photography Book on India There is no better way to learn to photograph than by doing it by the best. Today it is possible to access many books of great photographers who are an infinite and free source of learning and inspiration.They have in common the Subject, the great country of India and his people. Raghu Rai: “India, Reflections in colour and Reflections in black and white” Raghu Rai’s

Bruno Barbey

Bruno Barbey, master of composition

Bruno Barbey Bruno Barbey is a french photographer born in 1941. He is one of those great figures in contemporary photography who deserves to be vindicated with more force. Being an internationally recognized author, member of the Magnum Agency, he may not have gained as much fame as other photographers of his generation. Still with his talent he has brought to photography a magnificent use of color and an admirable

Father of Indian Photography

The Father of Indian Photography,Raghu Rai

Father of Indian Photography Personally I am convinced that Raghu Rai’s work represents a great stimulus for anyone photographers and an excellent starting point for those who engage in street photography and photojournalism. Indeed for those who want to Photograph India is an essential figure to look at. HIs photos and books are a good stimulus and preparation. The Raghu Rai career Known as the “Father of Indian Photography” Rai

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