"The worse the work, the richer the material." At the same time that pioneering photographer Berenice Abbott was busy capturing the urban
LIFE.com remembers the too-short life and brilliant, violently truncated career of a true Hollywood original, seen through the lens of photographer Dennis Stock in 1955 — less than a year before Dean's death.
The Magnum photographer's latest book spans 30 years of his career as one of the world's most celebrated photojournalists.
What we value in Julia Margaret Cameron's portraits is the shock, and the privilege, of being looked at by persons from another time. In Cameron's photograph of Julia Duckworth, though the backdrop may be sepia and moody, the subject is alert in her ...
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Alma Lavenson, who lived through the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and saw the Transamerica Pyramid erected, had a long, remarkable and largely unknown photography career.
As you may have read in the New York Times over the weekend, LACMA is one of three recipients of Edward Steichen photographs from the collection L.A.-based donors Richard and Jackie Hollander. The ...
Sid Kaplan never had the gifts of schmoozing or self-promotion, but his mastery of darkroom technique made him indispensable to generations of well-known photographers. Now, he has a solo show of his own work.