Joel Meyerowitz: Master Of Many Colors

Joel Meyerowitz has been one of the leading fine-art photographers of the last 50 years. His career includes some of the most poignant photos from Ground Zero in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks.
By Mark Edward Harris, Photography By Joel Meyerowitz
Joel Meyerowitz is the recipient of the Lucie Foundation's 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award. This latest accolade doesn't signal retirement—far from it. When the news reached him, Meyerowitz was exploring Tuscany with a 4x5 and a state-of-the-art Leica S2. Meyerowitz was born in New York in 1938 as America was emerging…

Stephen Frink: Master The Over/Under

Acclaimed marine photographer Stephen Frink uses the camera to go back to his days as a competitive swimmer
By Kim Castleberry, Photography By Stephen Frink
Every four years competitive swimming has a very big moment. For two weeks there's global interest in the mechanics of the breast, back and butterfly strokes, the art of the dolphin kick and converting meters into lengths of a swimming pool. Rewind through the years, months and days of training…

Colin Finlay: Master Of The Mix

Finding a new photographic direction to explore, Colin Finlay creates a series of multilayered portraits that bring a more hands-on approach to his photography
By Kim Castleberry, Photography By Colin Finlay
While sitting on a plane headed back to his hometown of Los Angeles from San Francisco, Colin Finlay noticed someone. In the seat beside him was a 10-year-old girl, with multicolored hair and fingernails, dodging and burning images of her Chihuahua with an iPhone. The "aha" moment can reveal itself…

Joel Grimes: True Grit

Joel Grimes redefines his edge with bold celebrity and commercial portraiture that has kept him in high demand
By Kim Castleberry, Photography By Joel Grimes
A few years ago, Joel Grimes hit the reset button. He had come to a crossroads of sorts in his career. For several years, his bread and butter had been shooting portraits with a 4x5 view camera using Polaroid Type 55 film. His assignments took him all over the world…

Michael Dweck: Forever Young

Pulling together spontaneous shoots and making the most of the unique look of film, Michael Dweck captures fleeting glimpses of youth
By William A. Sawalich, Photography By Michael Dweck
Michael Dweck is a photographer with a vision. But if you call him that, he'll protest. Not about the vision, but the label; he prefers the term "visual artist." The other carries too much baggage. "We're entering a time when people think downloading Instagram on your iPhone makes you a…

Jerry Uelsmann: The Alchemist

Jerry Uelsmann’s surreal imagery has inspired a generation of digital artists, despite the fact that he’s done almost all of it in a wet darkroom
By Glenn Rand, Photography By Jerry Uelsmann
By the time the name Photoshop had become synonymous with photo manipulation, the discussion was that with the adoption of this software technology into the mainstream of photography, it would create thousands of Jerry Uelsmanns. The comment that a piece of technology could replace the personal vision of an artist…
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