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I went to see the Bill Brandt exhibition at Tate Britain today. It’s free and on till January 2023 so if you’re in London at all I recommend it.

I love Bill Brandt. I can’t remember exactly when I first saw his work but it was probably during university in the mid-nineties and it was certainly his (and Man Ray’s) work that first got me interested in nude photography.

After getting back from the exhibition I scrolled back through my blog and through my unused photos folder and it’s quite ridiculous how often I’ve channeled him, either through direct replicas or through heavily influenced black and whites.

In the unused folders were a couple of homages dating back to my lockdown project in 2020. Brandt had a habit of naming his images by the location and date they were taken so here I have done the same. The shot that inspired mine is below.

Nude, London, Crystal Palace, 2020, April 19

Nude, London, South Kensington, 1979, February 26
Sinful Sunday


  1. JerBear

    Very beautiful. I like the depth black and white gives these images.

    Thank you.

  2. Accidental Masturbator

    I’ve the almost abstract nature of this.

  3. Mary Wood

    Although this is an imitation, it turned out very well.

  4. Modesty Ablaze

    Oh simply gorgeous !!!
    And thank you for the reminder … will definitely be visiting !!!
    Xxx – K

  5. Bee

    Absolutely brilliant, I love the unusual angle.

  6. Molly

    You took it on my birthday!


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