Ansel Adams. It would be easy to fill many pages with images and descriptions of Adams images. Born 1902 in California, he was very well known for trekking across Yosemite National Park, his large format camera and equipment strapped to his donkey. It was during these treks that he bought us the Zone system, an aid to consistent proper exposure. Here the receding planes of the canyons are presented in layers with only the fading tones to give depth and distance.
‘Pilot and photographer Alex MacLean has flown his plane over much of the United States documenting the landscape.’ Aerial perspective makes this vast housing estate look small and insignificant, whilst magnifying the overall space.
Richard Avedon was born in New York in 1923. Avedon began using photography from the age of 12 and was on assignment when he passed at the age of 81. “Sometimes I think all my pictures are just pictures of me. My concern is… the human predicament; only what I consider the human predicament may simply be my own.”
The perspective of scale makes the Eifel Tower appear smaller than one man whilst towering over another.
Linear or vanishing point photography by an up and coming new photographer. ME!!