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On Photography: Chuck Rogers, 1931-present
On Photography: Lou Jones, 1945-present
On Photography: Meredith Ochoa, 1989-present
On Photography: Kathy Willens, 1949-present
On Photography: Anne Noggle, 1922-2005
On Photography: Lisette Model, 1901-1983
On Photography: Sophie Rivera, 1938-2021
On Photography: Chi Modu, 1966-2021
On Photography: Art Wolfe, 1951-present
On Photography: Al Satterwhite, 1944-present
On Photography: Aaron Rose, 1936-2021
On Photography: Gerda Taro, 1910-1937

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On Photography: Kathy Willens, 1949-present

On Photography: Kathy Willens, 1949-present

Kathy Willens specialized in sports photography. After 45 years of making images of the Olympics, Super Bowls and baseball she is retiring from The Associated Press. Lab tech Kathy Willens began her long-running career in photography covering sports as a

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On Photography: Anne Noggle, 1922-2005

On Photography: Anne Noggle, 1922-2005

“We have a saying in Russia: If there hadn’t been an unhappy incident there never would be a happy one!” — Anne Noggle In the history of photography, Anne Noggle (1922–2005) stands alone among the great American photographers for her powerful,

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On Photography: Lisette Model, 1901-1983

On Photography: Lisette Model, 1901-1983

“I just picked up a camera without any kind of ambition to be good or bad. And especially without any ambition to make a living … My whole freedom working in photography comes because I say to myself, ‘Let’s see

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On Photography: Sophie Rivera, 1938-2021

On Photography: Sophie Rivera, 1938-2021

“The photo world, in general, was very machismo, Sophie was small and quiet, but she made her presence known. She was making street photography when New York was really at its nadir. The camera made her fearless. It gave her

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On Photography: Chi Modu, 1966-2021

On Photography: Chi Modu, 1966-2021

“Photographers are the tortoise against the hare. Eventually, we catch fame, but that’s long after. Our job is to make other people that are famous look famous; our job is to make other people look good that are famous, and

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On Photography: Art Wolfe, 1951-present

On Photography: Art Wolfe, 1951-present

“It is in the wild places, where the edge of the earth meets the corners of the sky, the human spirit is fed.” -Art Wolfe Margins of the day Wolfe likes working the before and after full light times of the

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2021-05-23 Al Satterwhite1

On Photography: Al Satterwhite, 1944-present

“The desire to tell stories is very basic to human nature. … my strength is in my ability to tell a story well visually. I take an approach that can be described as ‘curiosity focused.’” -Al Satterwhite Al Satterwhite’s photography

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On Photography: Aaron Rose, 1936-2021

On Photography: Aaron Rose, 1936-2021

“All around me I saw people who became cynical and bitter when they didn’t get the recognition they thought they deserved, and I wanted to be free of that, I wanted only to do my work, for myself, without any

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On Photography: Gerda Taro, 1910-1937

On Photography: Gerda Taro, 1910-1937

“Did they take care of my camera?” -Gerda Taro With those last words, Gerda Taro became the first female photojournalist killed covering a war. Her funeral in Paris was attended by thousands of mourners including Robert Capa, Ted Allan and

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2021-04-25 Jen Rosenbaoum

On Photography: Jen Rosenbaum, 1975-present

“Photography is a tool for healing, and really it is how I’ve been able to heal from cancer. I mean, look, I’m a boudoir photographer with no boobs! Right?” -Jen Rosenbaum 2008: Changes Jen Rosenbaum was a stay-at-home mom trying

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On Photography: Lisette Model, 1901-1983

On Photography: Lisette Model, 1901-1983

“I just picked up a camera without any kind of ambition to be good or bad. And especially without any ambition to make a living … My whole freedom working in photography comes because I say to myself, ‘Let’s see

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On Photography: Sophie Rivera, 1938-2021

On Photography: Sophie Rivera, 1938-2021

“The photo world, in general, was very machismo, Sophie was small and quiet, but she made her presence known. She was making street photography when New York was really at its nadir. The camera made her fearless. It gave her

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On Photography: Chi Modu, 1966-2021

On Photography: Chi Modu, 1966-2021

“Photographers are the tortoise against the hare. Eventually, we catch fame, but that’s long after. Our job is to make other people that are famous look famous; our job is to make other people look good that are famous, and

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On Photography: Art Wolfe, 1951-present

On Photography: Art Wolfe, 1951-present

“It is in the wild places, where the edge of the earth meets the corners of the sky, the human spirit is fed.” -Art Wolfe Margins of the day Wolfe likes working the before and after full light times of the

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2021-05-23 Al Satterwhite1

On Photography: Al Satterwhite, 1944-present

“The desire to tell stories is very basic to human nature. … my strength is in my ability to tell a story well visually. I take an approach that can be described as ‘curiosity focused.’” -Al Satterwhite Al Satterwhite’s photography

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On Photography: Aaron Rose, 1936-2021

On Photography: Aaron Rose, 1936-2021

“All around me I saw people who became cynical and bitter when they didn’t get the recognition they thought they deserved, and I wanted to be free of that, I wanted only to do my work, for myself, without any

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On Photography: Gerda Taro, 1910-1937

On Photography: Gerda Taro, 1910-1937

“Did they take care of my camera?” -Gerda Taro With those last words, Gerda Taro became the first female photojournalist killed covering a war. Her funeral in Paris was attended by thousands of mourners including Robert Capa, Ted Allan and

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2021-04-25 Jen Rosenbaoum

On Photography: Jen Rosenbaum, 1975-present

“Photography is a tool for healing, and really it is how I’ve been able to heal from cancer. I mean, look, I’m a boudoir photographer with no boobs! Right?” -Jen Rosenbaum 2008: Changes Jen Rosenbaum was a stay-at-home mom trying

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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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