Although there are many surrealist photographers who currently take art to new levels, they are certainly not the first to do so. With that in mind, here are some historical surrealistic photographers that you should probably know about, if you don’t already.Read More
Known for his excellent work as a French street photographer and his career as an early photojournalist, Robert Doisneau (1912- 1994) remains an exceptionally well respected artist to this day.Read More
Although he spent only a third of his time on Earth working as a photographer, Henri Cartier-Bresson achieved a great deal in that time. He led a very interesting life that began with his birth in 1908. As part of an upper-middle class family, Cartier-Bresson spent time in both Paris and in Normandy during his childhood years.Read More
One of the first fashion photographers to take models out of the studio and into the streets, Georges Dambier captured the most beautiful women of his time, including Brigitte Bardot, Marie-Hélène Arnaud, Dorian Leigh and Suzy Parker.
Rejecting the standard technique of capturing emotionless models, Dambier captured his models looking ambivalent towards their clothing and the camera, instead laughing, enjoying exotic locations like Marrakesh, Corsica, Sicily, Cannes, Palma de Mallorca and riding in cars and boats.Read More