Inna Tan

Saturday, 29 November 2014

“These photographers eschewed the overblown romanticism of Ansel Adams’ era, making photographs in a nominally deadpan style, as if taken with an unmediated camera. Their aim was to appear to be ‘without author or art,’ Lewis [Baltz] said. ‘I wanted it to appear as though the camera was seeing by itself.'” Tom Seymour • British Journal of Photography