Monday, August 1, 2011

Famous Photographers in popular categories

A picture is worth a thousand words. This certainly applies to all lovers of photography and photographers practice to this day. The traditional pinhole sexy digital cameras today, photography has undergone a metamorphosis in the form of second-hand equipment and style of approach to achieve a good image.

When I try to think of some of the most famous photographers of Yester years up to date, you will notice that there is more then just freeze the picture in the right pane. Photography can be an unlimited number of categories, and does justice to all the pioneers of photography, and also the current trend would require a collection of photography, the Bible!

When William Henry Fox Talbot invented the negative / positive photographic process, probably would never have imagined the popularity of medium intensity. Today, photography has been divided into several categories, which can range from fashion, nature, interiors, portraits, abstracts, travel, food .... The list is endless.

Let's look at some of the most Famous Photographers in popular categories.

Fashion Photography:

Irving Penn

American photographer known for his chic and elegant, especially after the Second World War. After graduating in 1938, was part of Vogue AA ', where he spent techinique such as the use of backdrops white or gray, it was a big step forward for its time. Always one step ahead of its time, the series of nudes Penn created a stir.

Irving Penn Famous Photographers in popular categories


Terence Donovan

The British photographer has been widely known for his fashion photography in the 60's. With a touch of adventure, which was reflected in his work when their models had the daring to make a beautiful image! With around 3,000 points to his credit, he hobnobbed with the rich and famous in London and became a most sought after celebrity photographer, too.


Terence Donovan Famous Sexy Photographers in popular categories


Richard Avedon

He broke with traditional front of the camera. New York born talented photographer, he created his own studio in 1946. He presented his models in natural light and his works have found their way into the pages of magazines like Vogue "and" Life ". Avedon awards bag numerous awards for his translation of fashion photography at the time.


Richard Avedon Famous Photographers in popular categories


Nature / wildlife photography:
Ansel Adams

Environmentalist hard, this is San Francisco born photographer was best known for his contribution to black and white photographs. He has always raised issues related to nature and created some of the epic photographic murals of his life. Recipient of three Guggenheim fellowships, the first time inspired by the works of Paul Strand.



Frans Lanting
Born in Rotterdam, Lanting is a popular name for magazines like "National Geographic", "Life" and "outdoor photographer." Traveled to different places, Francis had an inclination towards the flora and fauna in the tropical rain forests, which culminated in an exhibition at the Field Museum of Natural History.



Frans Lanting Famous Sexy Photographers in popular categories

Avery Galen Rowell

Galen year to investigate his relationship with nature, and was imprisoned for his camera to catch people. Ansel Adams Wilderness Prize winner for photography in 1984, has also worked for renowned publications. He went in depth when it came his photography and reached new heights on this topic. He went on hikes, climbed mountains, which added a different flavor of its frame.


Avery Galen Rowell Famous Sexy Photographers in popular categories


Photojournalism:

Henri Cartier-Bresson

A French photographer, he has influenced photojournalists for many years. In the modest brownie box is passed to the Leica camera and created visual sagas. He received international recognition for his coverage of Gandhi's funeral in India in 1948. He traveled around the world and believes that photography was to capture the image on the "right" time.

Irving Penn Famous Photographers in popular categories



Eddie Adams

Pulitzer Prize winner and more than 500 awards to its name, was the Vietnam War saw to obtain recognition of his most famous photographs was surprised that people around the world (click on Saigon street). Adams is a figure known for his portraits of celebrities, politicians and wars. He believes that particular scene could be manipulated to change the truth as seen by the photographer.

Irving Penn Famous Photographers in popular categories



Felice Beato

Although its origins have created confusion, Felice Beato was one of the famous war photographers first. His inclination to travel given the mood and capture many moments of people from different countries. He went from India to Japan and even China. Felice captured Indian rebellion of 1857 and the second Opium War in the film. His images powerful and lasting influence on other photographers too.

Felice BeatoPenn Famous Photographers in popular categories



Portraits:

Philippe Halsman

Born in Nagasaki, Ueno was an exceptional test, when it came to portraiture and landscape photography as well. He started his own commercial studio and gained experience in portrait photography, hitting a large number of Japanese (who were hesitant at first) and even strangers. Even photographed the Russian crown prince in 1891. The "Kyushu Sangyo University Photography Contest" was created in 2000 in memory of Ueno Hikoma to encourage budding photographers.


Irving Penn Famous Photographers in popular categories



Philippe Halsman

Although Halsman suffered a few setbacks in his personal life at an early stage, continued to have a reputation as one of the leaders of the portrait of his periods of time. Latvian-born American, his pictures were crisp and soft, dark contrast appear to be generally used for portraits. When you participate in such magazines as "Vogue", has reached new heights when she met the surrealist painter Salvador Dali. It took him three hours to shoot, "Voluptas Mors", which was a surreal portrait of Dali, the skull and seven nude figures. He also developed a philosophy of photography to jump, the inside looks "real" person. His career flourished, he was also captured by celebrities such as Alfred Hitchcock, Marilyn Monroe, Winston Churchill, Judy Garland, and Pablo Picasso from the frame.

Philippe Halsman Famous Photographers in popular categories




Kikai Hiroh

The Japanese photographer was best known for his portraits black and white in the Asakusa district in Tokyo. His early years have witnessed a great struggle, and spent his free time photographing visitors to Asakusa. A perfectionist at what he captured Kikai wait a period of three days waiting to find one subject he loved. He used the backdrop of Asakusa, he was very fond of nature. In 1987, the Ecce Homo was the first collection of these portraits to be published. His portraits of India were contrasted with the paintings and formal in Asakusa.






Aerial photography:
Talbert Abrams

It was when he served in the U.S. Marine Corps during WW-I, Abrams connection with aerial photography. Looking at the photographic representations of their squad rebel activity in Haiti, decided to follow art. That was in 1923, bought the D-1 level and founded the Aerial Survey Corporation Abrams. Looking for ways to develop better equipped with cameras and other devices related to this area.
Talbert Abrams Famous Photographers in popular categories




William Garnett
Born in Chicago, Illinois, Garnett began his career as a photographer and graphic designer in 1938. He helped the U.S. military in the production of training films for the U.S. Corps signal. In 1949, he bought his first plane and went to aerial photography, a topic that had kept her interest for long. The winner of three Guggenheim fellowships in the first place went to buy a Cessna 170B in 1956, which has been modified to meet your photographic needs. Armed with a Pentax, has created many visual stories that have appeared in major national magazines in the coming years.

William Garnett

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