Things certainly seem to be moving on from the days of Hermione Grainger for Emma Watson, I saw news today she was quitting university temporarily too pursue her acting and modeling career more intensively.
Judging by some of her photoshoots Emma appears to be becoming quite the natural model. Some really stunning fashion photo’s of Emma are now being regular printed in all of the top magazines, not to mention her numerous appearances for Burberry.
It’s appears to be a case of Goodbye ‘Hermione Grainger’, Hello ‘Emma Watson Next Top Supermodel’…
This is the start of a new series I will be adding to the blog, showing you some of the famous photographers that have inspired a generation of photographers.
Gregory Crewdson is a master at creating photograph’s that appear as if they are stills taken from an epic movie, the meaning of each image is completely left to the viewers own interpretation. A story is held within each image which Crewdson never shares, forcing the viewer to search for an explanation to the scene that Crewdson has presented. Personally I’m a huge fan of Crewdsons work because it always makes an impact, forcing me to think about what his intended meanings are. His photography is dark, moody and emotional but equally beautiful at the same time. Please enjoy the following samples of his work.
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