Some photographers are more photogenic than others, and include themselves in their body of work more than others. For example, Edward Steichen is a prolific self-portraitist and of the two books I checked out by him, I noticed that there's a photo of himself at every step of his life, from a young professional to a studio master. My personal favorite is André Kertész, he always had an artistic way of including himself into the frame, whether it would be with his brothers in Hungary, or his peculiar wedding photo, or simply just his shadow in a Polaroid. I seriously don't know how he knowingly places himself in the frame with such perfect form/composition, I envy him so much. So who's your favorite?