July 27, 2012 § 2 Comments
Lately I’ve been inspired by the work of photographers who create barebone images – where at first glance not much seems to be going on, where they’re stripped down and up close, where the story is a little more subtle.
Brian Mancl from Chicago usually has just one subject in his pieces, sometimes even just one line – vertical, arc, or horizontal.
I really like how the texture of Michael A. Muller’s subjects are so palpable in this post.
Selling at $4.3 million, “Rhein II” by Andreas Gursky is the most expensive photo in the world.