Having the confidence to produce images that are simple is a great thing. Having the courage to make those same images on a photo workshop in Tuscany is an even greater thing. I was first made aware of Grant Hamilton’s work on Lydia Marcus’ blog, fotonomous. She posted a great article that Grant wrote on Minimalism in JPG Magazine. I recently came across his work again, and as a photographer who comes from the world of painting, totally appreciate. He’s the Rothko, Frank Stella, and Al Held of the photo world. You can read more about him here.
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Bill Westheimer: New Vistas: Photographers working with the LandscapeJanuary 31st, 2020
Bill Armstrong: Falling Through HistoryDecember 17th, 2019
Scott B. Davis: on the probability of darknessJune 10th, 2019
Louise Russell: Points of ViewApril 10th, 2019
On Collaboration: PWMD (Marissa Dembkoski & Paal Williams)April 9th, 2019