That would easily be Art Wolfe. What a dream job, he travels to exotic locations, his work contributes to the conservation of nature, he learns about different cultures. It's an adventure to be like Art Wolfe, oh, and he takes pretty good photos too... I enjoy the photos of people and places, he does it well...
Dorothea Lange and her influence on documentary photography. I enjoy her images because it tells a story. A story of history I wasn't around to see. There is a quote of hers I love.
"You put your camera around your neck along with putting on your shoes, and there it is, an appendage of the body that shares your life with you. The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera." - Dorothea Lange
Moose Peterson. His photographs are as good or better than most, but his simple, down to earth writing style is a joy to read.
Gregory Colbert and his Ashes and Snow collection pretty much blew my mind
Frank Meadow Sutcliffe because he was one of the true pioneers iof the art. His Dock end at Whitby, and Piggy Back will need some awfuly good bits of photography and composition to beat them.
by Rangerwife 5 years ago
For those of you that are married, how much did you pay for your wedding photographer and what was included in the package. Also, where was the wedding located?
by Victoriaaa 3 years ago
I love taking pictures and I want to eventually become better at it and start doing professional pictures. What can I study (without going to school) to learn about different cameras and photography elements as well as editing pictures? My grandfather use to be a photographer before he passed away...
by Emme West 6 years ago
Who are your favorite photographers?I was recently inspired by Carleton Watkins, a great documentary photographer who was a big influencer in the establishment of Yosemite National Park. Who are your favorite photographers?
by Corinna Nicole 5 years ago
Who is your favorite portrait/narrative photographer and why?
by hoteltravel 4 years ago
Why are most travelers shutterbugs?I travel a lot, but have never carried a camera with me because I wanted to see places with my own eyes rather than through a camera lens. Downside to this habit is that I have no images to go along with my travel hubs. I find it amusing that most travelers spend...
by D22314 5 years ago
Has anyone had any success with stock photography?I've been thinking of investing in a cheap SLR camera and shooting some stock photos. Has anyone had any success with this? I know it can be a great way to earn some extra cash from images.
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