Nick Brandt Wildlife Photography Widgets Nick Brandt is a contemporary photographer who’s pictures serve as model and inspiration to anyone willing to learn taking astonish creative wildlife black&white photos. Mary Ellen Mark describes her feelings when looking at Nick’s photography like this: “Nick Brandt’s photographs are both epic and iconic. It’s a vision of Africa that we have not seen before.” He travels to Africa caring his telephoto lenses, pursuits silently the big powerful creatures with great courage, sits hiding in the big grass waiting with patience for the lions, rhinos, giraffes, and all others to stand still, feed, play, fight or attack other animals. The results is that his pictures are breathtakingly beautiful and touching in their honesty and emotion….”He clearly has an affinity with these glorious creatures that’s heart-stopping.” – Sunday Telegraph, Australia. His pictured were gathered together in one of a life time album with 132 pages called “On this … Read more

David Burnett and The Remains of Humanity

David Burnett, as a journalist photographer, traveled a lot in his 36 years of shooting. His carrier started like a real hurricane (after graduating in Political Science): first at Times Magazine, then two years in Vietnam as an employ of Life Magazine. Another two years were spend traveling in a hunt of news for French photo agency Gamma. He continued with Fortune, ESPN Magazine, and many others as well as major Advertising campaigns, including Union Bank of Switzerland, Kodak, Rolex, Merck, even the U.S. Army. The desire for traveling brought him to all the places on the Earth where something out of common happened (75 countries). News, Feature, and People pictures, as well as landscapes and scenics, all these come out from his camera in the shape of awards that include Magazine Photographer of the Year from the Pictures of the Year Competition, the World Press Photo of the Year, … Read more

Christopher Burkett and the Spiritual Expression of Nature Patterns

Christopher Burkett, born in 1951, surrenders his talent to the world of nature depicting colors and patterns (that his photographic eye sees in woods and landscapes). He joined a Christian religious brotherhood in the early 1970s and, 5 years later, first became interested in photography as a form of spiritual expression. Over the next 20 years, he gradually perfected his photography be the means through which he could express his innermost feelings and inspiration. The purpose of my photography is to provide a brief, if somewhat veiled, glimpse into that clear and brilliant world of light and power. To the extent that these photographs help show that way, is the extent to which these images succeed. Christopher Burkett Photography Christopher Burkett Photography He uses large format photographic films (most common large formats are 4×5 and 8×10 inches) and prints his work by hand onto conventional photographic materials. I believe there … Read more

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