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Do you rarely come across good portrait photos, or have no idea which ones are good? You have already understood that photographic vision is that skill that no one can teach you?
Without seeing good photos, it’s impossible to learn how to take good photos yourself. For the short history of the existence of digital photography, authors have appeared a lot, and to highlight the best among them is a real problem. That is why you need to learn from the best of the best. It can be both classics of photography, and well-known modern photographers. Below we will get acquainted with the 9th of them (approx. – division by genre is conditional. Many of the authors below are filmed in various genres).
Street and reportage portrait
Antanas Sutkus is one of the best representatives of the Baltic school of artistic photography. Founder of the Lithuanian Photo Art Union, a classic of Soviet photography. Sutkus’s works are in the collections of the world’s most important libraries and museums. In the entire history of the photographer’s work more than 120 solo exhibitions have been organized. Continue reading
Even if you are not familiar with the name of Elliott Erwitt, his photos must have met you on the Internet. He is not only a member of the Magnum agency and his former head, but also known for record-breaking photographic experience — more than 50 years.
In addition to the humorous approach to the world, Elliott Erwitt is distinguished by a simple and non-philosophical attitude to photographic art, therefore, in his advice, there is a maximum of practical use.
1. Careful plans interfere with creativity
As a street photographer, I often succumb to the temptation of careful planning. I try to focus my attention on current photographic projects, but in the end it turns out that at times it distracts me from the true photographic experience. Continue reading