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When I first picked up a camera I began with Kodachrome film. I very quickly realized that there were many images which I perceived as being more powerful in black and white than in color. Much of this realization came from the pages of Life Magazine, particularly through the work of photographers such as W Eugene Smith and Henri Cartier -Bresson whose work I have admired from the first moment I saw it and continue to do so to this day. The subject of my 1st book, Stonehenge felt to me to most certainly be a subject for fine black-and-white photography. In the book, The Enigma of Stonehenge, we did insert 16 pages of color when color seemed important to the image. But the power and immensity of the subject, as in many instances since cried out for black and white.
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Exceptional framing quality and print, a true art piece.
Loved Loic Kernen’s car photographs, this Daytona is currently hanging in my office.
Amazing picture frame, really good quality print. This picture has lifted my living room. Excellent customer service and very prompt in replying.
Genuinely loved the gallery box packaging protecting the frame. Print quality, details and colors simply amazing. Great new bedroom print!
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