Here are mine:
- studies of smalltown America and pioneer of colour photography.
- more studies of smalltown America.
I love the way Eggleston and Shore show details or often banal subject matter - it's very evocative of the time and place, and for me these kind of shots are the ones I try and take on holiday rather than the usual tourist hotspots - although I take them too!
- British photographer who again is an expert at capturing and celebrating the often mundane. He cites Eggleston and Shore as inspiration.
- German photographer who's incredibly detailed - and incredibly large format photos have an amazing impact.
- I can personally do without his text, titles and descriptions, but find the work of this US photographer utterly inspirational. He specialises in the Canyonlands of the Southwest USA which are some of my favourite places to visit and photograph. I was particularly chuffed when I walked into Lower Antelope Canyon near Lake Powell in Utah to find the location of some of my favourite examples of his work.
(taken from a similar topic here: http://www.cameralabs.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=559