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The Greatest Photographers Along With Their Legendary Masterpieces

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On November - 30 - 2018
The Greatest Photographer

The Greatest Photographer

For some people, these names may sound unfamiliar. However, when you see their works or the images they created, you may say that you know them. For instance, when you see the “bliss” image with the carpet of lush green grapevine’s farm with a clear blue sky, you must know that it is the default window XP wallpaper, yet some people may have no idea at all about who was the creator. Behind those phenomenal photos, there must be talented photographers. And who are those greatest photographers? Here are some of them: Read the rest of this entry »

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Most Famous Female Photographers In The World

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On August - 7 - 2018
Famous Woman Photographers

Famous Woman Photographers

All this time, we only know that the world of photography is dominated by male photographers. There are some famous names like James Natchwey in photojournalist photography or Ansel Adam in landscape photography, Chase Jarvis in fashion and commercial photography, Joey Lawrence and many more. But did you know that there are some phenomenal female photographers around that can give those men a run for their money. They have created some great and iconic pieces and these are the most popular and famous female photographers in the world: Read the rest of this entry »

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