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    August Sander, Paul Strand, Jock Sturges come immediately to mind

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    A bit of edge, but need to mention Helmut Newton. Love him or hate him, there is no mistaking the uniqueness of his style. In the age of complicated studio fashion and portrait shoots, he preferred one camera and natural light.

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    There are so many good ones, but check out the work of Jane Bown, I greatly admire her,and she works almost exclusively with just an Olympus OM1 and 85mm f2 lens.
    Last edited by benjiboy; 04-30-2009 at 07:25 AM. Click to view previous post history.
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    Quote Originally Posted by keithwms View Post
    Oh yes, do check out Cheryl Jacobs' latest offerings in the galleries!
    Thanks for the mention, Keith.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keithwms View Post
    No, I am saying that even if he used natural light, the result of whatever it is that he does is anything but natural in appearance. That's all. N.b. I did not express any like/dislike of his work, I simply do not [personally!] find it in keeping with the general objectives of available light photography.
    Not all of Sieff's work has the "halo"...much of it involves, in fact, beautiful natural light. Actually, much of his studio work that is "lit" has the halo burning he was so fond of for a while...

    Either way, the large Sieff book by Taschen is probably the best photo book bargain in the world, $25 for a huge book, beautifully printed, with hundreds of large, wonderful photographs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by naeroscatu View Post
    Charles, the link works, I was able to get in. Quite an impressive body of work, many famous people there.
    Didn't work for me either, no matter how many times I tried, on both Explorer and Firefox.
    "The beauty and profundity of God is more real than any mere calculation"

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    How about Jean-Francois Jonvelle? Perhaps not all his photographs are portraits (or would be classified primarily as such), but they are beautiful.

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    My friend, coach and mentor, Monte Zucker:

    http://images.google.com/images?clie...ed=0CCoQsAQwAw

    Here is the basis of his portraiture:

    http://forum.montezucker.com/index.p...T&f=11&t=8344&

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    Quote Originally Posted by wclark5179 View Post
    My friend, coach and mentor, Monte Zucker:

    http://images.google.com/images?clie...ed=0CCoQsAQwAw

    Here is the basis of his portraiture:

    http://forum.montezucker.com/index.p...T&f=11&t=8344&
    That second link is great - and now bookmarked!

    Thanks

    Matt

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