Paul Freeman: Naked art photography is all about the golden ratio

Paul Freemen is a photographer and an award-winning illustrator who has worked in a variety of mediums for over 30 years.He is the author of Naked Art Photography, published by Macmillan, and co-author of Naked Photography: An Illustrated Guide to the Art of Photography.Topics:art-photography,naked-art-photo-taking,world-politics,human-interest,nudity,photography-and-design,visual-art,arts-and -culture,human,art-history,australiaFirst posted March 03, 2019 10:56:52Contact Alex Tackett


When the sun comes up, you can find a great photo of your cat with its face covered

On February 11, 1935, the American photographer Annie Leibovits took a photo of her two cats, Midge and Maggie, while they slept.The picture captured the two cats’ attention, and inspired a series of other photographs.The most famous is the famous “Lucky Number One” portrait, a photograph that has been widely admired for decades.Leibovitt and her […]