Master of photography
Eggleston’s early photographic efforts were inspired by the work of Swiss-born photographer Robert William and by French photographer Henri Cartier -Bresson book, The decisive moment. William Eggleston was a pioneer in elevating the status of color photography in the art world. William Eggleston’s photos were shown for the first time at the MOMA in 1976 and have only grown in stature in the world of art since that time. William Eggleston’s photos brought color photography into the world of high art in the 1970s. His show at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City in 1976 was groundbreaking, although not critically acclaimed at the time. In the decades since, his award-winning work has been exhibited all over the world. William Eggleston’s photography is life in the South rendered in vivid colors. Eggleston takes photos of everyday life around him in Memphis, Tennessee, and uses a dye-transfer process to saturate his images with color. William Eggleston is an American photographer that documented life in the South in the 1970s. Eggleston uses a commercial dye-transfer process that elevates the simple subjects of his photographs to a colorful art form. His work has been featured in collections, books, and album covers over the last 50 years.
Triptych: body parts
Barbara Kruger Style
History of Photography timeline
Poetry & photography poster
Black and White
your photos are amazing! the skin colors are how beautifully, and it shows her beauty very well. The flash one will be favorite.
A lost soul
your photos are every intresting. they all have this filter of a dark tone. its great for us to see how you view the world and you’re doing a great job.
my favorite photo would be PUT YOURSELF IN HISTORY. It was such a clean edit and it looks real. the filters you used blend in with the picture and you did a great job.