Guest Feature - Paul Gallagher
A Life in Black and White
From my very early introductions to photography as a graphic design student, I was always attracted to black and white photographs. In the early 1980s colour photography was very popular, while black and white was regarded by many of my peers as somewhat ‘old hat’. I clearly recall visiting the college library to sift through its many titles, yet I always seemed to sit down at a table with a pile of books by Ansel Adams, Edward Weston, Wynn Bullock and Paul Strand. Their photographs resonated in me with their beautiful tones, depth and amazing compositions.
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