Quote Originally Posted by bwrules View Post
My favorite is Lee Friedlander.
Friedlander was part of the "New Documents" exhibits with Diane Arbus, Garry Winogrand and the usual gang of Szarkowskists.

Since I brought the term "social landscape", I do mean it in the New Topographics vein: using the tropes of landscape photography to look at the built/lived environment, which may or may not include people, depending on the subject.

Robert Adams, the Bechers, Shore, Thomas Struth, etc.