mmm Vivian Maier comes to mind.
I am working with a few estates that would disagree and are hoping to show their father/mothers work.
Originally Posted by Michael R 1974
I'm with David Brown on this. Once I'm dead who cares about my prints unless I'm a news photographer, which I'm not. As for negatives, even in the case of famous photographers there's no real value to new prints made from negatives after the photographer is dead. So I'd say people who worry about their negatives lasting hundreds of years are all ego. Nobody's negatives need to outlast the photographer.