Hallowed Camp #16 – Cartier-Bresson

Canteen for workers building the Hotel Metropole, Moscow. 1954. © Henri Cartier-Bresson/Magnum I could have chosen from many HCB's pictures. Looking at his work with my Dad in the 1960s and 1970s was partly what got me into photography. I never stop learning from him - the ability to capture the moment through composition. I … Continue reading Hallowed Camp #16 – Cartier-Bresson

Hallowed Camp #15 – George Davison

Today, I spent an absorbing hour reading about George Davison. I was reminded of his famous picture, 'The Onion Field'. Taken with a pinhole camera and printed on rough paper, Davison was a wonderful photographer of the 'fuzzy school'. George Davison 'The Onion Field', Mersea, Essex 1890. George Davison, 'Landscape' 1910. Davison is reported to … Continue reading Hallowed Camp #15 – George Davison