I'm copying this idea from my architecture-grad-student husband who has been using a book called Precedents in Architecture. He was actually advised by one of it's authors to keep studying architects' work [in addition to the assigned work] in order to further grow in knowledge and understanding.
I thought I'd really love to apply this same sort of precedent-study to the field of photography.
So here you have it... Using this book Photography in 100 Words, I'll be delving into one photographer's work at a time, grabbing some favorites, and maybe even trying to mimic the artist's style and photographic motivation throughout the week.
One of the first photographers that caught my attention is Matt Stuart, a street photographer from north-west London.
His work is spontaneous, clever and quite humorous.
I love the idea of looking out for photo-opps like these while I'm out & about around town. ♥♥