When I look at photography, I also see it as art. I use colours, composition, and perspective and make them work together. I don't limit my thoughts on seeing an image, an attitude without limitations.
As a Harlem Artistic Photographer, see how I encourage you to view your intimate self. See how I complete a photo essay and what I want to tell. Recognize how I keep the beauty of history in a sense and show you how erotic and sexual I want you to feel about yourself.
Edward Weston, Helmut Newton, James Barnors, and Ansel Adams were the great masters of photography.
Ansel Adams's black and white landscape was rich and full of tonal qualities. His creation of the zone system made his black and white images look like colour images. These photographers are the real masters of modern-day photography.
Edward Weston's peppers' images and how he used shadows and lights to make those peppers look like art are amazing. I would urge most young photographers to learn lighting to view Mr Weston's peppers' images.
James Barnor, Ever Young, a Ghanaian photographer based in London since the 1990s, spans six decades. Although his work was not widely known for much of that period, it has latterly been discovered by new audiences. In his street and studio photography, Barnor represents societies in transition in the 1950s and 1960s: Ghana moved toward Independence. He made me look at fashion through a more skilled eye, which I use .every day.
Finally, Helmut Newton freely photographed women in his book called Big Nude's, creating an illusion for me as if I was there. This master made me see the human body as the art we don't want to look for. The way each part of the individual body part is connected is an art all by itself to show. That was the freedom of Helmut Newton.
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