Wanna learn about the classic black and white photography. Experts says begin it with your sense, feel your camera, and learn it from the expert. Here’s our conversation with Rolfe Horn, one of the legendary.
How did you know & learn
photography? Tell us from the
My first camera I bought at a garage
sale when I was 8 years old. I was fascinated
with the camera and the photos
it would produce.
It seems that you love doing black &
white photography, Please explain
I believe black and white is immediately
more mysterious because we
see in color all the time. It is also more
subjective. I think it is quieter and more
calm than color. I like to print all my
own work and I can interpret black and
white very subjectively in the darkroom.
It is a personal preference.
A wise man once said, photographers can be considered as a great man
not just because his work is stunning. But also thoughts.
Many people even without the title though never photographer produces images
that was so fascinating, but great photographer in addition to making the works
“Large” is also seen “greatness” and “depth” quality through the words and
thoughts. After dozens of photographers who have proven our quality
presented here, one we found one that makes all the
hear his thoughts to feel not understand anything, was not
anyone. Is Michael Kenna, a British-born photographer who
besides having the work so fascinating, but also had the thought
extraordinary. Without the need for long-winded wide, the following excerpts of our conversation
Some people who already exist photographer once said that the ability
draw a person has more or less influence on
photography skills a person. Those who have the ability to draw
good enough relatively easy to digest and develop
photographic capabilities. To confirm that opinion, we present
Bruno Mercier, a photographer who has experience working as a
illustrator and animator.