Canadian photographer Robert Bourdeau has concluded that there are very few great photographs.
He divides compelling photos into admirable and wonderful saying that the photo must “evoke emotion within the viewer and photographer.”
Over the years, Bourdeau (who is 79) has produced some fairly raw images of symmetrical industrial pipes, abandoned property and skyless landscapes.
His new book, The Station Point, contains not only the raw photographs mentioned above, but also images taken Palais Garnier in Paris.
It’s not often you hear about Canadian photographers, so I thought I share some information about Bourdeau with you.by