John Blakemore S Black and White Photography Workshop by John BlakemoreJohn Blakemore born , is an English photographer who has worked in documentary , landscape , still life and hand made books. Blakemore was born in Coventry. He discovered photography during National Service with the Royal Air Force in Tripoli in the s and is self-taught. Blakemore left the company and Coventry in He later became Emeritus Professor of Photography at the University of Derby , where he taught from to , being influential on the younger generation. Blakemore worked in black-and-white on landscape subjects, making use of the Zone System and much darkroom work on his prints. He has also worked in still life, including a series on tulips.
John Blakemore's Black and White Photography Workshop
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John Blakemore's black and white photography workshop.
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Starting as a freelance photographer in , John Blakemore soon emerged as England's leading landscape photographer, later transferring his unique and elegant photographic style into areas as diverse as still life, documentary, portraiture and Polaroid colour. He has had four monographs of his work published, and has given public workshops for over 25 years establishing himself as one of the UK's best known photography teachers. He also taught photography at the University of Derby for many years and, recently retired, is now Emeritus Professor of Photography. He lives in Derby, UK. Introduction: Thinking Photography; 1 Realisation; previsualisation; 2 Realisation; postvisualisation; 3 Locations: the landscape; genre landscape; 4 Still life: complexity, simplicity; 5 Developing the subject; Conclusion; Index. Du kanske gillar.