Category Archives: Photography

Eleanor Callahan, 95, was photographer/husband Harry Callahan’s muse because she never said no

ATLANTA – Eleanor Callahan, the muse for her husband, Harry Callahan, whose varied and sensual photographs of her taken over more than 50 years can be said to rank with Alfred Stieglitz’s of Georgia O’Keeffe, died on Tuesday in a

Eleanor Callahan, 95, was photographer/husband Harry Callahan’s muse because she never said no

ATLANTA – Eleanor Callahan, the muse for her husband, Harry Callahan, whose varied and sensual photographs of her taken over more than 50 years can be said to rank with Alfred Stieglitz’s of Georgia O’Keeffe, died on Tuesday in a

In one brief decade, Chilean photographer Sergio Larrain vividly captured street life in Europe, US, SA

(What do you make of people who show brilliance and then walk away from it? More brilliance?) Although he was photographically active for scarcely more than a decade and was the author of just four books (all of them now

In one brief decade, Chilean photographer Sergio Larrain vividly captured street life in Europe, US, SA

(What do you make of people who show brilliance and then walk away from it? More brilliance?) Although he was photographically active for scarcely more than a decade and was the author of just four books (all of them now

French photojournalist Remi Ochlik, 28, expected to see horrible things as war photographer

HOMS –  “I expected to see horrible things. Yes, I was afraid,” Remi Ochlik had said of his war photography. Ochlik, 28, who has been killed in Homs alongside the veteran war reporter Marie Colvin, was an award-winning French photojournalist,

French photojournalist Remi Ochlik, 28, expected to see horrible things as war photographer

HOMS –  “I expected to see horrible things. Yes, I was afraid,” Remi Ochlik had said of his war photography. Ochlik, 28, who has been killed in Homs alongside the veteran war reporter Marie Colvin, was an award-winning French photojournalist,

Especially in the 1940s, renown fashion photographer Lillian Bassman, 94, had rapport with models

NEW YORK – “I didn’t bring you to Paris to make art; I brought you here to do the buttons and bows,” Harper’s Bazaar editor Carmel Snow famously snapped at photographer Lillian Bassman during a fashion shoot for the magazine

Especially in the 1940s, renown fashion photographer Lillian Bassman, 94, had rapport with models

NEW YORK – “I didn’t bring you to Paris to make art; I brought you here to do the buttons and bows,” Harper’s Bazaar editor Carmel Snow famously snapped at photographer Lillian Bassman during a fashion shoot for the magazine

Sir Simon Marsden photographed ruins, graveyards in hopes of seeing the other side

Sir Simon Marsden, 4th Bt, who has died aged 63, was a photographer specialising in spooky subjects such as ruins, moonlit abbeys and graveyards. Unsurprisingly, he attracted a considerable following among fans of the supernatural. But his photographs were also

Sir Simon Marsden photographed ruins, graveyards in hopes of seeing the other side

Sir Simon Marsden, 4th Bt, who has died aged 63, was a photographer specialising in spooky subjects such as ruins, moonlit abbeys and graveyards. Unsurprisingly, he attracted a considerable following among fans of the supernatural. But his photographs were also

Photographer Homai Vyarawalla, 98, forged way for women in photojournalism in India

VADODARA, India – Homai Vyarawalla, one of India’s first professional women photographers, died here Sunday, days after being hospitalised due to a fall from her bed, close friends said. She was 98. Vyarawalla’s death is an end of an era

Photographer Homai Vyarawalla, 98, forged way for women in photojournalism in India

VADODARA, India – Homai Vyarawalla, one of India’s first professional women photographers, died here Sunday, days after being hospitalised due to a fall from her bed, close friends said. She was 98. Vyarawalla’s death is an end of an era

Postmodern photographer Jan Groover, 68, posed her models in the kitchen sink

MONTPON-MENESTEROL, France – Jan Groover, whose relentlessly formal still lifes of mundane objects brought a sense of Renaissance stateliness to postmodern photography, died on Jan. 1 in Montpon-Ménestérol, France, where she had lived since 1991. She was 68. Her death

Postmodern photographer Jan Groover, 68, posed her models in the kitchen sink

MONTPON-MENESTEROL, France – Jan Groover, whose relentlessly formal still lifes of mundane objects brought a sense of Renaissance stateliness to postmodern photography, died on Jan. 1 in Montpon-Ménestérol, France, where she had lived since 1991. She was 68. Her death