Featured Photographers

Saul Leiter

Saul Leiter  (December 3, 1923 – November 26, 2013) was an American photographer and painter known for his early work with color and the use abstraction with certain characteristics of minimalism. Although he primarily worked as a fashion photographer, his personal work gained more notoriety capturing the New York City life.  His images were part realism, part fantasy, […]
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Vivian Dorothy Maier

Most of us associate street photography and social documentarians with the big brand names such as Robert Frank, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Capa and more, but Vivian Maier is considered a catalyst of fine art street photography. She unknown to many until some fella called John Maloof  bought a bunch of her unpublished  photographs through an public […]
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Sebastião Salgado

A Brazilian, a social documentarian, and an explorer of light and the human condition.  He is best known for his work documenting the lower-class workers around the world.  He has spent many years on self-sponsored decades long projects documenting the human plight, migrations and survival.  He is an honorary member of the Academy of Arts […]
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Steve McCurry

A traveler, photographer and cultural recorder, Steve McCurry in my honest opinion is one of the best gurus of photojournalism and visual documentarian in the world.  He dabbled in capturing the violence of war, photographed people that lived in the fringes of our society, and  finding the extraordinary from the ordinary. He is best known […]
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