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Douglas Prince’s work has appeared in numerous exhibitions and is held in many private and museum collections.
For five decades, Douglas Kirkland has photographed celebrities and fashion.
George Shiras, who began photographing in 1889, is largely credited as the father of wildlife photography—he was the first to use camera traps and flash photography when photographing animals.
Originally apprenticed to commercial and fashion photographers, George Du Bose first became associated with New Wave music after he began speculative work with the fledgling B52s from Athens, Georgia.
Dustin Snipes is a freelance photographer located in Los Angeles California.
Ebet Roberts has been offering candid glimpses of some rock’s most iconic performers for 35 years.
Nashville-based artist and musician Ed Rode has over 33 years of experience behind the camera.
Ed Kashi is a photojournalist, filmmaker and educator dedicated to documenting the social and political issues that define our times.
Ed Colver is a self-taught photographer who documented the inception of L.A.’s hard core punk scene through his 35mm camera.
Ed Ou is a Canadian photojournalist who has traveled to the Middle East, former Soviet Union, and Africa.
Eddie Sanderson was born and educated in England. His competence and mastery of his craft as an award winning photographer grew out of years he spent working for British and International publications and TV companies.
Eddie Adams was an American photographer and photojournalist noted for portraits of celebrities and politicians and for coverage of 13 wars.
Eden Batki has traveled around the world to learn and take photographs.
American photojournalist Edouard H.R. Glück began his photographic career as an American soldier in the Iraq War.
In 2009, Eduardo García started doing street photography in Havana.
Edward Burtynsky is one of Canada’s most respected photographers.
Edwin Wisherd was an award-winning, National Geographic photographer born September 19, 1900, in Hagerstown, Maryland and got his start at National Geographic at age 19 as an assistant to the one-man photographic staff.
Eleanor Beardsley began reporting from France for NPR in June 2004 as a freelance journalist, following all aspects of French society, politics, economics, culture and gastronomy.
Elena Dorfman was asked by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees to photograph Syrians throughout the Middle East who had fled war and persecution at home.
Eliot Dudik is a photographic artist, educator, and bookmaker exploring the connection between culture, memory, landscape, history, and politics.