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    Who is your Favourite Photograper?

    One of the best ways to learn to take good photos is to study great photos.

    Me, I'm self taught, so I never really studied photograpers so much as techniques. I think it's time to start looking at some of the best.

    One of my all time Favourites is Peter Lik, a fine art landscape photograper
    http://www.lik.com/


    Who's your favourite?
    Share your favourite Photograpers website here:

    Mods: Feel free to remove this thread if you think it is contrary to AP's terms of use, I'm just trying to gain an insite.
    Greg Bartle,
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    Would you like to see more?
    http://flickr.com/photosbygreg

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    Im a pretty big fan of Jason Edwards http://www.jasonedwardsphotography.com/

    Some of his stuff is pretty incredible
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    Since I like B&W/monochrome photos, my fav photographer is Jeff Gaydash

    http://www.jeffgaydash.com

    In colour photos, I like Dylan Toh of Everlook Photography (he was the reason I joined here on AP).

    http://www.everlookphotography.com

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    After being pointed at his work a few days ago, Dani Olivier is probably the person impressing me most at the moment particularly with his "movogram" images.
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    In colour photos, I like Dylan Toh of Everlook Photography (he was the reason I joined here on AP).

    http://www.everlookphotography.com
    I wondered how long it'd take for that link to come up I was going to site Dylan in the opening title, but thought someone else would quite quickly, So I chose someone with a similar style as I like it very much.

    Edit: Jason Edwards = WOW!!!
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    I have always liked Jerry Ghionis, jerryghionisphotigraphy.com ( i dont know how to put the link in... sorry !!!) Australian wedding photographer, held in high esteem the world over. He is coming to brisbane for a 5 day "clinic", i would love to attend but at $2500 its not cheap !!!! His site has a few videos to watch as well. If you are a subscriber to Kelby he has some awesome videos on posing and lighting as well.

    Simon.

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    David Noton, Frans Lanting, Sue Bryce, Kevin Kabota, and many of the photographers in Facebook groups I am part of.
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    got admit that I get most my inspiration from looking at both Dylan's and Marianne photography I like there online seminars too. http://www.everlookphotography.com
    Comments and Criticisms are always appreciated.

    Thank You:

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    The only photographers work that I look at are here
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    Quote Originally Posted by snappysi View Post
    I have always liked Jerry Ghionis, jerryghionisphotigraphy.com ( i dont know how to put the link in... sorry !!!) Australian wedding photographer, held in high esteem the world over. He is coming to brisbane for a 5 day "clinic", i would love to attend but at $2500 its not cheap !!!! His site has a few videos to watch as well. If you are a subscriber to Kelby he has some awesome videos on posing and lighting as well.

    Simon.
    The easy way is to just put http:// in front of it.
    Http://jerryghionisphotigraphy.com
    Edit : bum link!
    Last edited by Rattus79; 12-02-2013 at 8:11pm.

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    Franco Fontana .. best landscapes
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    I can pin it down to a single photo. Werner Bischof - Hungary - crying child. This print was on on a wall in my parents house since the late '60's and is now hanging in my house. Bischof and his contemporaries brought the world to me long before I could venture out into it. He is on Magnum with a few other folks http://www.magnumphotos.com/
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    Dorothea Lange. It helps to have a really strong subject I think.

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    I like the work that Joel Grimes does. I know it is very processed but I love that side of the art and although I am not a good artist I do get a lot of enjoyment from processing as well as taking photos.

    http://joelgrimes.com/Artist.asp?Art...&AKey=P7FJP8B4
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rattus79 View Post
    The easy way is to just put http:// in front of it.
    Http://jerryghionisphotigraphy.com
    Edit : bum link!
    Copy and paste is easy http://www.jerryghionisphotography.com/
    h or H

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    Definitely Marc Adamus for landscapes, just the amount of prep, exploration and light he achieves in his work is phenomenal!
    http://www.marcadamus.com/
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    Joe Cornish

    http://www.joecornishgallery.co.uk/

    Been to his gallery. Amazing stuff.

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    I like Joel Grimes as mentioned above, also good old Joe McNally.

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    Picking only 2, I'd go for Julius Shulman although deceased his work is incredible and Simon Carter, an Australian who makes his living only shooting rock climbing and has probably influenced anyone who photographs climbing.

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    I don't know many photographers, but one I do like is Mary Ellen Matthews, staff photographer for Saturday Night Live. She shoots portraits of that weeks host to use as they come back from ad breaks. They are really colourful and lively photos, and the schedule sounds hectic :-)
    http://www.jedroot.com/photogr/mem/m...-portfolio.php
    http://www.digitalphotopro.com/profi...day-night.html
    http://www.digitalphotopro.com/image...er-rain-lg.jpg
    http://www.digitalphotopro.com/image...Ferrell-lg.jpg
    http://www.digitalphotopro.com/image...nLevitt-lg.jpg

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