Mich is teaching a lesson!
Mich Buschman is a well known Photographer with a passion for portrait photography. Besides standing behind his camera he also is a teacher at the FVS: The School For Photography in Apeldoorn (The Netherlands) and technical (analogue) editor of the Monthly Photography Magazine, Focus.
Because Mich is a perfectionist, he delivers quality and that results amongst others in the best publicity. In the same way he gives his lectures: he looks at you with a searching glance whether you really have understood his lecture and he finds it a challenge to teach you!, because what is more beautiful than a (black and white) image in which you can see emotions?!
Steve Mc Curry in front of the portrait of Sharbat Gula which he made during one of his trips in 1984, when he was in Afghanistan, Peshawar, Pakistan.
The photographs taken by Steve Mc Curry have a certain magic; his images are telling a story. There is no need to say more. You keep on looking.
Henri Cartier- Bresson (1908 – 2004) is known for his photos taken on the decisive moment, when the ultimate significance of a given situation is laid bare. His aim was always to capture something of his subject's inner essence.
In a simple but unique way Edward S. Curtis (1868 – 1952) has reproduced his photos of the American Indian (‘the sacred legacy’).
The camera, the Nikon and Visual Eye Talk are one. Looking through the lens and trying to capture what we see, the Nikon camera is the perfect medium to visualize in a Photograph the truth behind your dream.