The Many Loves of a Large Format Photographer.

Why would someone in the age of digital photography lug around an old wooden camera with a bellows and a dark cloth when expediency is the norm?


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The Many Loves of a Large Format Photographer.

The Many Loves of a Large Format Photographer.

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postmodern narcissism by Helmut Newton 2001 www.jschneidermas...

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The great Helmut Newton-Daryl Hannah, Fashion, American Vogue, Los Angeles 1984 www.jschneidermas...

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The Case Against Cloning www.jschneidermas...

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Sea of Steps - Frederick H. Evans. early 1900's. Beautiful platinum print. www.jschneidermas...

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Gene Tierney by George Hurrell - Real life is never looks this good. Hurrell and absolute master. www.jschneidermas...

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Douglas Fairbanks by George Hurrell. These old cats knew how to control the light and get that Hollywood glow that would make dog poop sexy.

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Jan Saudek. If you are not familiar I heartily recommend him. A true provocateur and enemy of the surface show.

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15 years of work which can be previewed for purchase on my site www.jschneidermas...

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After all these years still undisputed and undefeated as a landscape photograph. Nature's majesty personified. www.jschneidermas...

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Seductive grandeur. www.jschneidermas...

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Blame beauty on the light. www.jschneidermas...

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There are many schools of painting. Why should there not be many schools of photographic art? There is hardly a right and a wrong in these matters, but there is truth, and that should form the basis of all works of art. Alfred Stieglitz, American Amateur Photographer, 1893

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It is always there if you can find it. www.jschneidermas...

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Photographic portraits when done in a heartfelt way have the power to capture essence in a time that desperately calls its name.

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the evanescence of innocence. www.jschneidermas...

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First thaw - Shaker Heights, Ohio 1997. "What is there of Life is found in the land" www.jschneidermas...

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Dovima with elephants-Richard Avedon. Nonpareil sophistication. These fashion photographers in the 50's had it going on.

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John Rawlings-Vogue Magazine Subtlety is paramount.

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Horst P. Horst-Less is more

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The portrait photographer's of the 20'S, 30'S and 40's especially the studio cats really new how to do it. This profile of Norma Shearer is exquisite shot on film with an 8x10 view camera. Nothing like it to this day. www.jschneidermas....

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Find the essence and the inner beauty is a shutter click away. www.jschneidermas...

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Less is more when it comes to telling a story. www.jschneidermas...

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The Shocker Strikes Again!

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If you are not familiar with the work of Jan Saudek I highly recommend him a stone cold provocateur in the best sense.

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Romance has never been depicted more lusitly than in this iconic image by Robert Doisneau.

french photographer robert doisneau photography hotel kiss

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