Emulate The Masters- Wynn Bullock
Wynn Bullock (April 18, 1902 – November 16, 1975) is a recognized American master photographer of the 20th Century whose work is included in over 90 major museum collections around the world. A major turning point in Wynn’s life as a creative photographer occurred in 1948 when he met Edward Weston. Inspired by the power and beauty of Weston’s prints, he began to explore "straight photography" for himself. Throughout the decade of the 1950s, he devoted himself to developing his own vision, establishing deep, direct connections with nature. A lifelong learner, he also read widely in the areas of physics, general semantics, philosophy, psychology, eastern religion, and art. In the mid-1950s, Wynn’s artistry came into the public spotlight when Edward Steichen chose two of his photographs to include in the 1955 "The Family of Man" exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art. At the Corcoran Gallery in Washington, DC, his photograph "Let There Be Light," was voted the most popular of the show. The second, "Child in Forest," became one of the exhibition’s most memorable images. By the end of that decade, his work was being featured in many exhibitions and publications worldwide.
This photo Emulates Wynn Bullocks photograph titled "Let There Be Light", seen here: http://theantidote.tumblr.com/post/1439444901/wynn-bullock-let-there-be-light-1951-silver