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    Quote Originally Posted by mcgrattan
    He's not really working anymore -- certainly not doing what he used to do although I think he shoots landscapes now -- but I think Don McCullin ought to be regarded as one of the all time greats.

    His war photography through the 60s and early 70s is incredible -- not just for the subject matter but also for the sheer technical beauty of the images themselves.
    Didn't he publish a book called "Hearts of Darkness"? I saw it in a bookstore about 25 years ago and it left me speechless for the rest of that day. The image of the bomb blasted childs head / skull in the bicycle spokes haunts me still...

    It should be required reading in every grade 8 social studies class so kids can know something of the reality of war before the military gets ahold of their brains.

    Murray

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    Who are the current and future masters?

    Sebastiao Salgado
    Mary Ellen Mark
    James Nachtwey
    Don McCullin
    Richard Misrach
    William Eggleston
    Josef Koudelka
    Shelby Lee Adams
    Nicholas Nixon
    Joel Sternfeld

    Thank you!!

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    No Leonidas, THANK YOU!!!! (Welcome aboard by the way )

    http://www.jamesnachtwey.com/

    I feel as if my soul has been sucked dry...

    Murray
    Last edited by MurrayMinchin; 06-22-2005 at 06:42 PM. Click to view previous post history. Reason: my spelling sucks

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    Another vote for Michael Kenna.
    The destination is important, but so is the journey

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    Don't forget Paul Caponigro, and of course Ruth Bernhard

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    Anton Corbijn. Dutch photographer but living in Britain.
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    Digital is best taken with a grain of silver.

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    Bruce Barnbaum, John Sexton, David Münch, Bechers and many other including me ;-)))

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    Charlie Waite

    Superb landscape photos-especially his black and white work.
    A common mistake people made when designing something completely foolproof was to underestimate the ingenuity of complete fools.

    Computers are incredibly stupid,but they are capable of being incredibly stupid many millions of times a second.

    Both said by Doug Adams

    Only put off until tomorrow that which you are prepared to die having not done-Pablo Picasso

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    Lee Friedlander
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    Jack Dykinga
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    and my new friend, Per Volquartz
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