Inspired by the idea of clichés and influence, musings on how people try and copy certain photography masters. Some of these also have some overlap with the [internet photographer] meme parody.
Henri Cartier Bresson — All I need to do is wander around with a Leica taking street photos.
Ansel Adams — All I need is a pretty mountain with clouds.
Robert Capa — All I need to do is get closer.
Richard Prince — All I need is a good lawyer.
Garry Winogrand — All I need to do is burn more film.
Robert Frank — All I need to do is take blurry black and white photos of poor people.
Weegee — All I need is a dead body.
Richard Avedon — All I need to do is include the edge markings of my film.
Steve McCurry — All I need is a Nikkor 105/2.5.
Note: Yes, I know better. These are all western white males on purpose.