“A woman is like a tea bag – you can’t tell how strong she is until you put her in hot water.” — Eleanor Roosevelt
Born in 1921 in Boston, Ruth Orkin was an American photographer best known for her black and white images capturing the charm and intrigue of daily life.
Christopher Broadbent is photographer whose still life work melts boundaries between photography and painting. Inspired by 17th and 18th century Renaissance paintings of natura morta, Broadbent presents poetic, silent images that investigate moments of intimate and temporal suspension.
Will McBride, born in 1931 in St. Louis, is an American photographer best known for his black and white images of the youth culture in postwar Germany.
With a career spanning seven decades, Ansel Adams was a true environmentalist and an advocate for America’s wilderness.
The magic of the photographic medium truly comes alive when the photographer lets the viewer into his imagined world. One of the few names who balance the act of storytelling and technical perfection is no other than Rodney Smith, whose highly successful career has lasted more than 45 years.
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