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    Kerik,

    I've never heard of Frank Espada, but thank you for the link. Excellent work. Great thread!

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    isnt it interesting?:
    some of the great photographers havn't even their own web site......

    one of MY favorites, and one of the most famous here in little Denmark is KIRSTEN KLEIN.
    we have a few artists that actually come on the national bugdet - for life..

    mostly painters/sculpters/writers/musicians..
    and three photographers.
    she is one of them.
    you can try seacrhing her under her name..
    I just found these two sites with images of her..

    http://www.birthelaursen.com/dk/kuns...rstenklein.asp

    http://www.nlg.dk/fotogruppen/kkgallery.html

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    One of my favorites is John Woods .

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    Herbert Ponting

    He was the photographer on the 1911 Scott expedition to the South Pole. There is a DVD called "90 degrees South" which shows the motion picture he made in the 1930's from his still and motion (1911!) pictures on the expedition.

    If you saw the BBC show "The Last Place on Earth" you should investigate this photographer....

    What blows me away is the idea of operating a large format camera with those big animal-skin mittens!

    http://images.rgs.org/herbertponting.aspx

    Which reminds me, if you're interested in Antarctic exploration and photography, investigate the book "Frozen Treasures" which has photographs of the interiors of the huts the explorers left behind....
    "I bought a new camera. It's so advanced you don't even need it." - Steven Wright

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