Sunday 26 October 2008


This weekend friends and I visited several exhibitions of famous photographers.
It is still photomonth with so many fantastic photos to look at. One of the galleries we visited was the Barbican Art Gallery to see the works of Robert Capa, Gerda Taro, Geert van Kesteren, Omer Fast, Paul Chan and An-My LĂȘ. I also saw the current exhibition of Annie Leibovitz's work at the National Portraits Gallery.
All these famous photographers manage to portray so much emotion in their work. It is both inspiring and intimidating.
I'll just continue plodding on and maybe one day I will take a photo worthy of mention.


Ruela said...

one day ;)

keep the faith.

marley said...

I think we all feel like that. We just have to keep doing what we're doing.

I'm hoping to see the Annie Leibovizt's exhibition. Is it good?

Becky said...

Woah...awesome picture. Where is this?

PJ said...

I find blogging to be a very humbling experience and also a very creative one.

Just remember that these photographers are/were using cameras that cost a lot, take hundreds of photographs to get just one good one, use filters, multiple lenses, and manipulate the image once they're in the darkroom/on the computer. I forget that all the time but seeing your post reminded me of it. I think you have a great eye for composition and that you're doing great work.

Louis la Vache said...

Your photos are already worthy of mention by your fan club!


Sharon said...

Well, if this photo is an example, you are well on your way. This one is great.

Jane Hards Photography said...

I have to say I am jealous of you visiting all the exhibitions. This is a fabulous image, so at least I get to visit your exhibition.

Anonymous said...

Biatiful shot.

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