This photo shows a child sleeping on a fire escape in the Bronx. This child is homeless and it is just so sad that this child doesn't have a roof over their heads to be able to sleep comfortable at night. I do not believe any child should live this way.
100+ Creative Photography Ideas: Techniques, Compositions & Mixed Media Approaches
April 29, 2020 A collection of photography ideas, mixed media techniques and creative compositions to inspire Photography students.
David Hockney – Photography will never equal painting!
David Hockney David Hockney is a great painter,but he has also known fame through photography, although he does not mince his words when he says 'Photography will never equal painting!' Perhaps this is the wrong argument as they are different media and needn't be compared. However he does make judgemental comments about photography such…
David Hockney. Brooklyn Bridge, 1982 Photographic collage - I have an idea in my mind kind of like this but not quite, my idea would not have the photographed element so clearly defined with just jagged edges, thinking may also use some Photoshop coloring or sponge or spray paint??
David Hockney (refer one)
David Hockney was born on July 9, 1937, in Bradford, England. His parents are Laura and Kenneth Hockney. David was raised as a strict Methodist attending a weekly Sunday school. The family was a pretentious working class family. Laura and Kenneth were solid parents who only wanted their children to have the best education possible.…
Richard Billingham - 3 different bodies of work from 1 photographer
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Research into Richard Billingham and Thomas Ruff
Richard Billingham Richard Billingham is a well-established photographer, most commonly known for his work with his mother and father. I chose to research into Richard Billingham though, for his work around council estates and the empty landscapes that he used to create. Here are a few examples of his work: This is my favourite photograph…
The Witching Hour: Darkness and the Architectural Uncanny
Empty car parks, unlit alleyways and deserted graveyards are among architectural situations which have been examined by artists for a new exhibition about the power of buildings to intimidate and unsettle.