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On Photography: Duane Michals, 1932-present

On Photography: Duane Michals, 1392-present

“Anything outside of the realm of being an observer to reality was the only definition [of photography] that was legitimate. I had no problem breaking the rules because I never

On Photography: Thomas Struth, 1954-present

On Photography: Thomas Struth, 1954-present

“I wanted to make photographs in which everything was so complex and detailed that you could look at them forever and never see everything.” -Thomas Struth Artist Thomas Struth Thomas

On Photography: Cecil Beaton, 1904-1980

On Photography: Cecil Beaton, 1904-1980

“Be daring, be different, be impractical, be anything that will assert integrity of purpose and imaginative vision against the play-it-safers, the creatures of the commonplace, the slaves of the ordinary.”

On Photography: Toni Frissell, 1907-1988

On Photography: Toni Frissell, 1907-1988

“Here are faces that I have found memorable. If they are not all as happy as kings, it is because in this imperfect world and these hazardous times, the camera’s

On Photography: Matt Herron, 1931-2020

“And I joined the march and marched the whole way from Selma to Montgomery walking backward mostly looking through my viewfinder” -Matt Herron Herron and a bombed-out church He was

On Photography: Annie Leibovitz, 1949-present

On Photography: Annie Leibovitz, 1949-present

“The camera makes you forget you’re there. It’s not like you are hiding but you forget, you are just looking so much.” – Annie Leibovitz Annie Leibovitz’s early years Annie

On Photography: Sir Don McCullin, 1935-present

On Photography: Don McCullin, 1935-present

“I’m not an artist. I’ve been struggling against that word all my life. The American photographers all want to be called artists. I’m a photographer and I stand by it.”

On Photography: Robert Farber, 1944-Present

On Photography: Robert Farber, 1944-present

“If you want to make good photographs, a camera has to second nature to you. Devoting too much attention to technical decisions can interfere with your creative process.” -Robert Farber

On Photography: Joe Rosenthal, 1911-2006

On Photography: Joe Rosenthal, 1911-2006

“Atop 550-foot Suribachi Yama, the volcano at the southwest tip of Iwo Jima, Marines of the Second Battalion, 28th Regiment, Fifth Division, hoist the Stars and Stripes, signaling the capture

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