Legendary street photography Henri-Cartier Bresson once declared that “photography is an immediate reaction.” And yet, despite his reliance on the fleeting “decisive moment” Bresson’s work channels some principles of symmetry and geometry that would seem to betray a more deliberate style.
Tavis Leaf Glover has created a fascinating two-part video look at how Bresson used the principles of dynamic symmetry and geometry in his work. It’s well worth your time.
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Fine art photographer and Lenscratch founder Aline Smithson will lead the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops “Cuba with Intention” workshop in Camagüey, Cuba from February 4 to 12 2018. “I often review portfolios of photographers who have made work during travel to far flung places,” Smithson says. “Often times the portfolios are beautifully shot, but ultimately... More ›
If you happen to be traveling for the Thanksgiving holiday, fighting your way through a stiff current of people like a spawning salmon returning instinctively to your home waters, you may find yourself sitting for long periods of time, wondering: “How did I get here? What should I read?” For help with that second question,... More ›
A study published this spring by The City University of New York’s Guttman College argued that the art world remains predominantly white and male. Nearly 70 percent of the artists represented at 45 prominent New York galleries were male, the study suggested. One exception to this trend is Yancey Richardson, who represents 18 women and... More ›