What makes a street photo or portrait have a real impact on its viewers? In many cases, it’s the human element. Now through December 2, 2018 an exhibit at the Weston Gallery in Carmel-by-the-Sea, California is focusing on just that, the human element.
September 15 – December 2, 2018
“Since photography’s inception in the early 19th century, photographers have been studying the human portrait, form and human condition using their chosen medium. We explore the human element in our latest exhibition featuring original works by Bill Brandt, Lewis Hine, André Kertész, Ansel Adams, Brett Weston, Robert Frank, Marion Post Wolcott, Edward Weston, Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Berenice Abbott & Edward S. Curtis and guest artist Manuello Paganelli.”
Source: Weston Gallery
If you’re in SoCal anytime now through December, this looks like a gallery worth checking out. Images displayed are all about capturing a special feeling that is relatable to viewers, something that really speaks to them. If you are working on improving this aspect of your photography, the “Human Element” gallery is right up your alley. Here are the details of the event:
When: Now – December 2, 2018
Where: Weston Gallery, 6th Avenue at Dolores and Lincoln, Caramel-by-the-Sea, California
Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Sunday, 11:00am – 5:00pm