Fink is best known for his photographs capturing moments of celebration from unconventional perspectives. As an admirer for Henry Cartier-Bresson, he carries on the idea of freezing a defining moment. His work reflects his desire to document and portray the human emotions and elegant movements that
When Jacob A. Riis, a police reporter in New York, began his personal campaign to expose the misery of the underprivileged living in the crime-infested slums of the lower East side, he soon found that the printed word was not sufficiently convincing, and so he turned to photography by flashlight.
Kevin Carter was a Pulitzer-prize winning photographer whose haunting image of a tiny Sudanese refugee struggling to reach a feeding center while a vulture sat patiently nearby provoked worldwide sympathy.
Carter himself was haunted by the morality of documenting such suffering and he killed hims
Remembered today principally for her high-fashion photography for Vogue and Harper's Bazaar, Toni Frissell (1907-1988) volunteered her photographic services to the American Red Cross, Women's Army Corps, and Eighth Army Air Force during WWII. On their behalf, she produced thousands of images of nurse