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    How about Bill Schwab?

    http://www.billschwab.com/index.html

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    How about Josef Hoflehner ?

    http://www.frozenhistory.com/

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    I know for sure that Kenna uses a Hasselblad as does Horn, but I am not sure about the others.

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    While at first glance the work of all of these photographers may seem to be similar, the thing that is most noticeable to me is that Kenna has better tonality in his work...some of the others do not have the separation in their mid and lower tones...at least from the images on the web.

    Not that there is anything inherently wrong with anyones approach...I just prefer Kenna's work.

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    Agreed. And he sort of did it first, if you know what I mean...
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    While at first glance the work of all of these photographers may seem to be similar, the thing that is most noticeable to me is that Kenna has better tonality in his work...some of the others do not have the separation in their mid and lower tones...at least from the images on the web.

    Not that there is anything inherently wrong with anyones approach...I just prefer Kenna's work.

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    Thanks a lot.
    I looked it up : Rolf horne can be found at www.f45.com

    Check out: 'technique' in this website. Very useful. Particularly the zone and photo example.

    Also, I went back into the michael kenna website and found an interview with Photowork from 1997 which answers some of my own questions. Tch!

    M.
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    I prefer looking at Kenna's photographs on paper rather than on websites. He has two "Retrospective" books available that are really outstanding.

    His book "Japan" is also an incredibly gorgeous book--bound in red silk in a folding black silk box. It gets even better when you look at his photographs inside!

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    Quote Originally Posted by philldresser
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    Thanks dave, I was not aware of those photographers. I particularly like the work on Hoflehner's site.
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