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On Photography: Aaron Rose, 1936-2021
On Photography: Gerda Taro, 1910-1937
On Photography: Jen Rosenbaum, 1975-present
On Photography: June Newton (Alice Springs), 1923-2021
On Photography: Dickey Chapelle, 1918-1965
On Photography: Catherine Leroy, 1944-2006
On Photography: Eliot Porter, 1901-1990
On Photography: Ilse Bing, 1899-1998
On Photography: Fred Baldwin, 1929-present
On Photography: Chanell Stone, 1992-present
On Photography: Jeanloup Sieff, 1933-2000
On Photography: Dewoud Bey, 1953-present

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On Photography: Catherine Leroy, 1944-2006

On Photography: Catherine Leroy, 1944-2006

“I think of the U.S. Marines like we used to think of the Foreign Legion; as big mouths with big hearts.” — Catherine Leroy Catherine Leroy was one of two female photojournalists during the Vietnam war. The other, Dickie Chapelle was

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2021-03-19 Eliot Porter

On Photography: Eliot Porter, 1901-1990

“Photography is a strong tool, a propaganda device, and a weapon for the defense of the environment … and therefore for the fostering of a healthy human race and even very likely for its survival.” – Eliot Porter Eliot Porter

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2021-03-14 Ilse Bing

On Photography: Ilse Bing, 1899-1998

“I didn’t choose photography; it chose me. I didn’t know it at the time. An artist doesn’t think first then do it, he is driven.” -Ilse Bing Small format maverick Photography in Paris in the 1930s was dominated by large

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2021-03-07 On Photography Fred Baldwin

On Photography: Fred Baldwin, 1929-present

“Have a dream, use your imagination, overcome your fear, and then the real secret to the whole thing: You have to act.” -Fred Baldwin Photo career starts with Pablo Picasso Fred Baldwin was only 26 and a student at Columbia

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On Photography: Chanell Stone, 1992-present

On Photography: Chanell Stone, 1992-present

“For many Black people, rural nature, places like national parks, aren’t very accessible, sometimes it’s the cost, but more often the issue is societal. As Black people, it feels like these rural spaces aren’t for us. I want to turn

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On Photography: Dawoud Bey, 1953-present

On Photography: Dewoud Bey, 1953-present

“Black people have been killed for directing their gaze at the wrong person. I want my subjects to reclaim their right to look, to see, to be seen.” -Dawoud Bay Dawoud Bey began his odyssey of photographing portraits of Black

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On Photography: Corky Lee, 1947-2021

On Photography: Corky Lee, 1947-2021

” … every time I take my camera out of my bag, it’s like drawing a sword to combat indifference, injustice and discrimination, trying to get rid of stereotypes.” -Corky Lee Recreating the driving of the “golden spike” Corky Lee

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On Photography: John Paul Caponigro, 1965-present

On Photography: John Paul Caponigro, 1965-present

“Every photograph is altered, to one degree or another.” — John Paul Caponigro Immersed in creativity John Paul Caponigro is an environmental landscape fine art photographer who includes drawing writing and photographing in his creative pursuits. He encourages everyone who

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On Photography: Ron Sherman, 1942-present

On Photography: Ron Sherman, 1942-present

“My first ‘f8 and be there’ opportunity was when I saw smoke from a fire on the horizon, grabbed my camera, and was first on the scene at a major gasoline fire in Doraville [Georgia] in 1972.” -Ron Sherman Ron

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On Photography: Catherine Leroy, 1944-2006

On Photography: Catherine Leroy, 1944-2006

“I think of the U.S. Marines like we used to think of the Foreign Legion; as big mouths with big hearts.” — Catherine Leroy Catherine Leroy was one of two female photojournalists during the Vietnam war. The other, Dickie Chapelle was

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2021-03-19 Eliot Porter

On Photography: Eliot Porter, 1901-1990

“Photography is a strong tool, a propaganda device, and a weapon for the defense of the environment … and therefore for the fostering of a healthy human race and even very likely for its survival.” – Eliot Porter Eliot Porter

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2021-03-14 Ilse Bing

On Photography: Ilse Bing, 1899-1998

“I didn’t choose photography; it chose me. I didn’t know it at the time. An artist doesn’t think first then do it, he is driven.” -Ilse Bing Small format maverick Photography in Paris in the 1930s was dominated by large

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2021-03-07 On Photography Fred Baldwin

On Photography: Fred Baldwin, 1929-present

“Have a dream, use your imagination, overcome your fear, and then the real secret to the whole thing: You have to act.” -Fred Baldwin Photo career starts with Pablo Picasso Fred Baldwin was only 26 and a student at Columbia

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On Photography: Chanell Stone, 1992-present

On Photography: Chanell Stone, 1992-present

“For many Black people, rural nature, places like national parks, aren’t very accessible, sometimes it’s the cost, but more often the issue is societal. As Black people, it feels like these rural spaces aren’t for us. I want to turn

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On Photography: Dawoud Bey, 1953-present

On Photography: Dewoud Bey, 1953-present

“Black people have been killed for directing their gaze at the wrong person. I want my subjects to reclaim their right to look, to see, to be seen.” -Dawoud Bay Dawoud Bey began his odyssey of photographing portraits of Black

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On Photography: Corky Lee, 1947-2021

On Photography: Corky Lee, 1947-2021

” … every time I take my camera out of my bag, it’s like drawing a sword to combat indifference, injustice and discrimination, trying to get rid of stereotypes.” -Corky Lee Recreating the driving of the “golden spike” Corky Lee

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On Photography: John Paul Caponigro, 1965-present

On Photography: John Paul Caponigro, 1965-present

“Every photograph is altered, to one degree or another.” — John Paul Caponigro Immersed in creativity John Paul Caponigro is an environmental landscape fine art photographer who includes drawing writing and photographing in his creative pursuits. He encourages everyone who

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On Photography: Ron Sherman, 1942-present

On Photography: Ron Sherman, 1942-present

“My first ‘f8 and be there’ opportunity was when I saw smoke from a fire on the horizon, grabbed my camera, and was first on the scene at a major gasoline fire in Doraville [Georgia] in 1972.” -Ron Sherman Ron

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On Photography: Anne Geddes, 1956-present

On Photography: Anne Geddes, 1956-present

The best images are the ones that retain their strength and impact over the years, regardless of the number of times they are viewed. -Anne Geddes Anne Geddes is known for her creative, sensitive and evocative photographs of babies. Her

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On Photography: Jay Maisel, 1931-present

On Photography: Jay Maisel, 1931-present

“Always carry a camera, it’s tough to shoot a picture without one.” — Jay Maisel Jay Maisel, photographer Jay Maisel’s sixty-plus yearlong career as a professional photographer started in 1954 after he studied graphic design at Cooper Union and Yale.

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