Henri Cartier Bresson’s work doesn’t need introduction. Some time ago my friend Ankit gifted me a copy of his book “Mexican Notebooks”. Personally I think Bresson’s work shines the most in portraiture combined with the crispness of street photography style. But this book is not just that, its more. Bresson introduces his travels to Mexico […]Read more "Constellation Cafe Books : Mexican Notebooks"
There is a very specific characteristic softness in the portraits by Bresson. Technically its easy to see that the softness comes from his Leica lens but its really important to understand that he chose to work with softness. The Inner Silence – The Portraits of Henri Cartier Bresson explores the same softness and the idea […]Read more "Constellation Cafe Books : An Inner Silence – The Portraits of Henri Cartier Bresson"
Street photographers are so much more than just a simple artists, they are philosophers. Because their pictures are not just simple snapshots, they are visions, of truth hidden from the normal sight. Images in black and white, which divide the flux of the normal life and derive out of them that which amazes us and […]Read more "CC Conversations : Kramer O’Neill"