We love photos of all kinds both professional and amateur. All photos tell stories and sometimes the photographer is just as interesting as the photos they take.
Luckily for us when they’re willing to share we get to see both their public and private worlds. Here are four stories of some photographers and their photos we thought were interesting. Enjoy!
- David Douglas Duncan, Photographer of Wars and Picasso, Dies At 102. Story by Greg Myre on NPR.
- A new book by Masaki Yamamoto, A Japanese Photographer’s View of Life in His Family’s One-Room Home, celebrates coexistence in close quarters. Story by Moeko Fujii in the New Yorker.
- Sara Krulwich of they New York Times Has Photographed Broadway for Years. Now Broadway is Honoring Her.
And her own story in the Times of what happened next: The Night Our Theater Photographer Walked the Red Carpet.
- An essay by Michael Hardy about photographer Rachael Talibart, You’ve Never Seen Waves Like This Before in Wired Magazine.