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You really don't want to see this sort of stuff heading your way.

Wall cloud with rotation and a possible tornado...



An isolated supercell thunderstorm with a hail core from hell...



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for a recent self portrait project

 

 

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How did you manage to get a picture inside the bean with absolutely no other people around? Is this at like 3am?
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How did you manage to get a picture inside the bean with absolutely no other people around? Is this at like 3am?

6 am!!
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I was thinking about how we usually talk about photography we create, but one thing that I've found really helpful is looking at and dissecting photography I see and admire.

 

One photographer I'm fascinated by at the moment is Ralph Gibson - his Black and White work is so well lit and has such stark contrast between tones it's really entrancing, I'm trying hard to get the same affects, but apart from shooting in BnW (which I, bizarrely, never do) I can't seem to get anything as gorgeous as this:

 

 

 

I also really love the work of Australian Jesse Marlow:

 

 

 

Some of Henri Cartier Bresson's work is really interesting:

 

 

 

..and I strive (and fail) to reach Steve McCurry's sense of place:

 

 

Which photographers get you going and excited?

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I think someone posted this photographer earlier, but he's really the only person I've been totally mesmerized by


Sea Whip
https://www.flickr.com/photos/21290636@N06
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Fucking wow. That is excellent in every way.

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John Divola is absolutely one of my favorite photographers. His Zuma series and "As Far As I Could Get" (which can be found on his website) are absolutely magnificent. 

 

 

And from the other series:

 

Ralph Eugene Meatyard also has one of my favorite photographs:

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A few from Gregory Crewdson's Twilight series;





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There's a really good documentary on that dude (Crewdson) on netflix. A lot of work put into one picture.
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Inbound violent thunderstorm.

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Nice one, Crane.
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Nice one, Crane.

Thanks. Once it hit all hell broke loose.
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