Tag Archives: masters of photography

Don Hong-Oai – Inspiration from Masters of Photography


Don Hong-Oai was born in Canton, China in 1929. He did spend most of his life time in Vietnam though. In his earlier days on Photography, Don did take a apprenticeship in a local [...]


The Best 5 Minutes Video related to photography you will ever see


Listen to great masters of photography from the renowned National Geographic Magazine speak about photography, the beauty and the power of it. This narration will truly take you surprise and give you a new [...]


Harry Gruyaert – Inspiration from Masters of Photography


Harry Gruyaert was born in Antwerp, Belgium 1941. Having studied at the school of film and photography in Brussels from 1959-1962 made his journey in photography a very pleasant one. He did work as [...]


10 Amazing Photo Essays in Magnum In Motion – Part 1


The idea behind photo essay’s are to evoke a series of emotions onto the onlooker. Often these essay’s show certain deep emotional stages or document a story. On the whole the objective is to [...]


30 Most Iconic Pictures & their deep insight analyzed


How would it feel to look deeply at some of the grand works from our masters of photography. Analyzing these iconic pictures would be scintillating in all forms, to appreciate such wonderful photographs which [...]


40 Movies Every Photographer must watch


We’ve put together a collection of 40 Movies every Photographer must watch. Click on the link to explore more about that particular movie. Please submit your favorite movie in comment section, so we will [...]


Yann Arthus-Bertrand – Inspiration from Masters of Photography


Yann Arthus-Bertrand was born in Paris on March 13, 1946. Right from his early age he was very much fond of nature and wildlife. At an early age of 17, Yann started his career as [...]


Gordon Parks – Inspiration from Masters of Photography


Gordon Roger Alexander Buchanan Parks was an American Photographer who was a multifaceted individual making his reign over photography, music, literature and movies. Gordon Parks is primarily well known and fondly remembered for his [...]


Mark Citret – Inspiration from Masters of Photography


Mark Citret is an American Photographer, born in Buffalo- New York during 1949. It was only during 1968, Mark started taking photography more seriously, which made him to receive both his Bachelor’s and Master’s [...]


Alfred Eisenstaedt – Inspiration from Masters of Photography


Alfred Eisenstaedt was a German born American Photojournalist. Most popular photographer during his days and still, he was one of the 4 prominent early photographers hired by the Life Magazine. Alfred was born in [...]