I take a deep breathe before writing this post because after researching a little (a lot) I find that there are to many photographers I want to focus on but have got only one post. So instead of going into vintage, I decide to write about two burnishing photographers of today.
Regan Cameron who was primarily living in New Zealand shifted to UK to shoot photographs in the 1990s and now shoots pictures for Vogue and launches campaign for famous designers.
I ‘discovered’ Regan Cameron on British Vogue, the infamous shoot of Little Miss Sunshine- Cameron Diaz. He immediately grabbed my attention with all those admirable details and the perfect shots of beaming Cameron. When I saw his official site I was quite envious because I am an awful photographer and also because of the amazing talent the man has. I could identify it because of his works which were of magazines like V, Teen Vogue, French and Japanese Vogue. His biography shows the struggling road he led and after which he now living his dream. His inspirations are Henri Cartier Bresson and Irving Penn.
To see more of his works, visit- http://regancameron.com/
Jason Bell studied in Oxford and is now works for Vanity Fair. Very accomplished and acclaimed, Jason Bell works in magazines, film posters and for stars.
I discovered him actually quite by chance, on the poster of the Bridget Jones’s then later on Vogue. In 2008 while on an photo assignment for American Vogue in ‘Tea & Sympathy’, an English tea room in the heart of Manhattan, he was astonished to discover that over 120,000 British men and women lived in New York City. As an Englishman, himself living in New York, Jason was inspired by this and thus ‘An Englishman In New York’ was born. His another book ‘Giveget’ is collection of celebrity portraits which helped to raise money for Cancer Research UK
To see more of his works, visit http://www.jasonbellphoto.com/