Tag Archive: susan sontag

Sunset on highway

Today I read a paragraph in “On Photography” by Susan Sontag that I want to share here. She explained why photographers want to prove their work as fine art in comparison with painting; Cartier-Bresson believed that a… Continue reading

An “Arbusian” portrait

  What makes Arbus’s use of the frontal pose so arresting is that her subjects are often people one would not expect to surrender themselves so amiably and ingenuously to the camera. thus,… Continue reading

Stood on a stool

I use this stool in portrait and selfportrait photography. It is strong and somehow tall. I’d read Susan Sontag’s book about movements “On Photography.” I wanted the viewers ask themselves a question, “why does a… Continue reading