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its always hard to take a decent photo and especially hard not just to repeat yourself

i have been getting less than a decent shot per roll since the summer.

i am going to change cameras and style again. no more failing attemps at photojournalism and f4-32

taken during a wedding dinner in spain, september 2009

but then again even my second favourite photographer peruan mario testino is going off at times into posed staged fake smiled dullness

www.mariotestino.com/file/1648

and even worse

www.mariotestino.com/page/210

dear me mario you don’t need the money stick to the rio de janeiro sizzle

[email protected] www.edwardolive.info

i was looking at the wikipedia encyclopedia and notable photographers and whilst wedding photography does exist as a category there is no category of wedding photographers nor any wedding photographer listed as notable

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Contents Top · 0–9 · A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Key:

abs
Abstract photographer
adv
Advertising photographer
aer
Aerial photographer
arch
Architectural photographer
art
Art photographer
celeb
Celebrity photographer
dig
Digital photography
doc
Documentary photographer
ethno
Ethnographic photographer
fash
Fashion photographer

food
Food photographer
inds
Industrial photographer
int
Interiors photographer
land
Landscape photographer
pict
Pictorialist
port
Portrait photographer
sci
Scientific/technical photographer
spt
Sports photographer
und
Underwater photographer
war
War photographer
rph
rephotography

[edit] A

* Rolf Aamot (art)
* Slim Aarons (doc)
* Hans Aarsman
* Abbas
* Berenice Abbott (doc, pict, port)
* Karimeh Abbud
* Sam Abell
* Laurence Aberhart
* William de Wiveleslie Abney
* George W. Ackerman (doc)
* Ansel Adams (art, doc, land, pict)
* Bryan Adams (port)
* Eddie Adams (doc, land, war)
* Robert Adams (art)
* Alfred Shea Addis
* Gustavo Aguerre (art)
* Tadasuke Akiyama (doc)
* Cris Alexander
* Fratelli Alinari
* Timothy Allen (doc, ethno, port)
* Darogha Ubbas Alli
* Jane Fulton Alt (art)
* Lola Álvarez Bravo
* Manuel Álvarez Bravo (abs, art, doc)
* Stephen Alvarez
* Christian von Alvensleben
* Takashi Amano (land, und)
* Mohamed Amin
* Ester Anderson
* Emmy Andriesse
* Taco Anema
* George Edward Anderson
* Tom Ang
* Dieter Appelt (port)
* Nobuyoshi Araki (art)
* Taku Aramasa (fash, doc)
* Allan Arbus
* Amy Arbus
* Diane Arbus (art, doc, fash, int, port)
* Malcolm Arbuthnot (pict, port)
* Fred Archer
* Roy Arden
* Taiji Arita
* Eve Arnold (art, fash, port)
* Hippolyte Arnoux
* Bill Aron
* Yann Arthus-Bertrand
* Anthony Asael
* Eugène Atget
* Anna Atkins
* Bill Atkinson (dig, land)
* Alan Aubry (arch, art, doc, int, land)
* Richard Avedon (art, fash, port)
* Jerry Avenaim (art, fash, port)

[edit] B

* Alioune Bâ
* Chapman Baehler (doc, adv, fash, port)
* David Bailey (fash, port)
* Reg Balch
* John Baldessari (abs, art)
* Edouard Baldus
* Lewis Baltz (art)
* Subhankar Banerjee
* Micha Bar-Am (doc)
* Olivo Barbieri
* Nigel Barker (fash)
* Tina Barney (art, port)
* George Barris
* Uta Barth (abs, art)
* Pablo Bartholomew (doc, art, ethno)
* Pinky Bass (abs, art, doc, land, port)
* Alexander Bassano
* Manfred Baumann
* Jean Baudrillard
* Hippolyte Bayard
* Peter Hill Beard
* Richard Beard
* Antonio Beato
* Felice Beato
* Cecil Beaton (art, doc, fash, port)
* Ingeborg de Beausacq
* Bernd and Hilla Becher (art, doc, int, land)
* Lukas Beck (art, doc, port)
* Francis Bedford
* Manzur Alam Beg (art)
* Lawrence Beitler
* Charles Belden
* Hans Bellmer (art, doc, port)
* E. J. Bellocq (doc, port)
* Rafael Ben-Ari (doc, war)
* Fernando Bengoechea (int)
* Harry Benson
* Roloff Beny
* Berry Berenson
* Henning von Berg (art, port)
* Herbert Bowyer Berkeley (land)
* Ruth Bernhard (art, int, port)
* Maeve Berry
* Peter Bialobrzeski
* James Bidgood
* Izis Bidermanas
* Edward Bierstadt (port, land)
* Richard Billingham (art, doc)
* Jack Birns
* Werner Bischof
* Auguste-Rosalie Bisson
* Andreas Bitesnich (fash)
* J. R. Black
* Louis Désiré Blanquart-Evrard
* Daniel Blaufuks
* Steve Bloom
* Karl Blossfeldt (art, sci)
* Erwin Blumenfeld
* A. Aubrey Bodine
* Henze Boekhout
* Francisco Boix
* Skip Bolen (jazz, music, celeb, doc, stills)
* Félix Bonfils
* Phil Borges
* Edouard Boubat (art)
* Jack E. Boucher (doc)
* Alexandra Boulat
* Jacques Bourboulon
* Jean-Christian Bourcart
* Margaret Bourke-White (doc, int, land, port)
* Guy Bourdin (fash)
* Samuel Bourne
* Jane Bown
* Alex Boyd (land, art)
* Mathew Brady (land, port, war)
* Brian Brake
* Bill Brandt (art, doc)
* Brassaï
* Manuel Álvarez Bravo
* Marilyn Bridges
* Anne Brigman
* Zana Briski (doc)
* Mike Brodie
* Alexey Brodovich
* Giacomo Brogi
* Hamish Brown (port)
* Dan Budnik (doc, port)
* Jan Bułhak
* Wynn Bullock (art)
* Max Burchartz
* Wilhelm J. Burger
* Victor Burgin
* Christopher Burkett
* René Burri
* Larry Burrows (war)
* Harry Burton (doc)
* Edward Burtynsky (land)
* Jean-Marc Bustamante (art)

[edit] C

* Geneviève Cadieux
* Pogus Caesar (doc, art)
* Bernard Cahier (spt)
* Claude Cahun
* Harry Callahan (art, doc, int, land, port)
* Sophie Calle
* Julia Margaret Cameron (art, doc, int, land, port)
* Loren Cameron (art, doc, port)
* Cornell Capa (doc)
* Robert Capa (doc, war)
* Paul Caponigro (art, land)
* Ilario Carposio
* Ricardo Carrasco
* Lewis Carroll (art, port)
* Keith Carter (art, doc, land, port)
* Kevin Carter
* Henri Cartier-Bresson (art, doc, port)
* Kyle Cassidy
* Andrew Catlin
* Hugh Cecil
* Chaiya
* Dean Chamberlain
* Martín Chambi
* Jean Chamoux (doc, port, fash, war)
* Polly Chandler (art, port)
* Dickey Chapelle (doc, war)
* Chien-Chi Chang
* Allan Chappelow
* Jean-Philippe Charbonnier (port, doc)
* Sarah Charlesworth (abs, art)
* Désiré Charnay
* Hong Cheong
* Tong Cheong
* Teisuke Chiba (doc)
* William Christenberry
* Hugo Cifuentes
* Elio Ciol
* Larry Clark (art, doc, fash, port)
* Bob Carlos Clarke (art)
* William Clarridge
* Antoine Claudet
* William Claxton (adv, fash, port)
* Charles Clegg
* Alvin Langdon Coburn (pict)
* Ioan Mihai Cochinescu (art, doc)
* Daniel Colegrove (doc, adv, port)
* Neville Coleman (und, land)
* Henry Collen
* Lois Conner
* Linda Connor
* Florin Constantinescu (art, doc, int, land, port)
* Martha Cooper (doc, ethno)
* Anton Corbijn
* Paul de Cordon (art, fash)
* Peter Cornelius (art)
* Joe Cornish
* Paul Couvrette (art, doc, int, land, port)
* Jeff Cowen
* Gregory Crewdson (abs, art, doc, land)
* Ted Croner
* Karel Cudlín (doc)
* Imogen Cunningham (doc, int, land, port)
* Asahel Curtis (doc)
* Edward S. Curtis (doc, land)

[edit] D

* Louis-Jacques-Mandé Daguerre (land, port)
* Louise Dahl-Wolfe (art, doc, port)
* Bruce Davidson (land, port)
* Ron Davies (art,dig,land,port)
* Daniel Davis Jr.
* George Davison
* F. Holland Day (pict)
* Lala Deen Dayal
* Peter Dazeley (adv,art,dig,fash,port)
* John Deakin (port, art)
* Loomis Dean
* Roy DeCarava
* Edgar de Evia (art, adv, doc, fash, food, int)
* Yvonne De Rosa
* Reza Deghati (doc, war)
* Manoocher Deghati (doc,war)
* Terry Deglau (doc, port)
* Luc Delahaye (doc)
* Jack Delano (doc)
* Patrick Demarchelier
* Autumn de Wilde (port)
* Hugh Welch Diamond
* Philip-Lorca diCorcia (art, doc, int, land, port)
* Rineke Dijkstra
* Christophe Dillinger (art, land, port)
* André-Adolphe-Eugène Disdéri
* Mark Divo art
* Zbigniew Dłubak
* Julie Doiron
* Robert Doisneau (doc, land, port)
* Peter Dombrovskis
* Ken Domon (arch, art, doc)
* Don Donaghy
* Terence Donovan (fash, doc)
* Sergio Dorantes
* David Doubilet (und)
* W. & D. Downey (port)
* Richard Drew
* František Drtikol
* Maxime Du Camp
* David Douglas Duncan
* Ken Duncan
* Jeff Dunas
* Max Dupain
* Jean Louis Marie Eugène Durieu
* Dutton & Michaels (photographic studio)

[edit] E

* Charles C. Ebbets
* Harold Eugene Edgerton (sci)
* Hugh Edwards
* John Paul Edwards (pict)
* Isidore Jacques Eggermont
* William Eggleston (art, doc, land)
* Ei-Q (art)
* Alfred Eisenstaedt (land)
* Arthur Elliott (arch)
* Ed van der Elsken
* Peter Henry Emerson
* T. Enami
* Clay Enos
* Mitch Epstein (doc, port)
* Elliott Erwitt (art, doc, int, port)
* Dulah Marie Evans ( drawing,land)
* Walker Evans (doc, port)

[edit] F

* Bruno Fabien (art)
* Ingrid Falk (art)
* Adolfo Farsari
* Antoine Fauchery
* Bernard Faucon (art)
* Chris Faust
* James Fee (art, war)
* Andreas Feininger
* Mark Feldstein
* Roger Fenton (war)
* Fernando Fernández Navarrete
* Marc Ferrez
* Franz Fiedler
* Michel Figuet
* George Fiske
* Frode Fjerdingstad (art)
* Hércules Florence
* Adam Foley
* Fernand Fonssagrives (art, fash)
* Franco Fontana (art)
* Joan Fontcuberta (art)
* Anna Fox
* Martine Franck
* Auguste François (ethno, doc, land)
* Robert Frank (doc, land, port)
* Stuart Franklin (doc)
* Thomas E. Franklin (doc)
* Leonard Freed
* Lee Friedlander (abs, art, land, port)
* Francis Frith
* Hakuyō Fuchikami
* Eva Fuka
* Mitsutarō Fuku
* Katsuji Fukuda (adv, art)
* Rosō Fukuhara (art)
* Shinzō Fukuhara (art)
* Jill Furmanovsky
* Adam Fuss (abs, art, doc)

[edit] G

* Ron Galella
* Isidoro Gallo
* Harry Gamboa, Jr.
* Alexander Gardner
* William Garnett
* Anne Geddes (art, doc, port)
* Arnold Genthe
* Helmut Gernsheim
* Luigi Ghirri
* Mario Giacomelli
* Paula Rae Gibson (art)
* Ralph Gibson
* Bruce Gilden
* Joseph-Philibert Girault de Prangey
* André Giroux
* Wilhelm von Gloeden (art, fash, port)
* Barbara Gluck (art,war)
* Fay Godwin (art, land, port)
* Frank Gohlke
* Anthony Goicolea
* Jim Goldberg
* David Goldblatt
* Nan Goldin (art, int, port)
* Andy Goldsworthy (abs, art, land)
* Kaveh Golestan (doc)
* Rolando Gomez (art, doc, port)
* Greg Gorman (art, port)
* John Gossage
* William P. Gottlieb
* Hal Gould (art)
* Emmet Gowin (art, doc)
* Masao Gozu
* Karen Graffeo (art, port, doc)
* Paul Graham
* Herb Greene (port)
* Timothy Greenfield-Sanders (port, celeb)
* Jill Greenberg
* Lauren Greenfield
* Lois Greenfield
* Philip Jones Griffiths (doc, war)
* Stan Grossfeld
* Bob Gruen (port)
* Emile Gsell
* Ara Güler
* Andreas Gursky (art)
* John Gutmann

[edit] H

* Ernst Haas (Doc, port)
* Tzeli Hadjidimitriou (art, land, arch)
* E.R. Hall (spt, port)
* Mark Robert Halper (adv, arch, art, inds, port)
* Philippe Halsman (art, fash, port)
* Dirck Halstead
* David Hamilton (abs, art)
* Adelaide Hanscom (pict)
* Charles Harbutt
* Bert Hardy (doc, war)
* John Harrington
* Alfred A. Hart
* Sam Haskins (adv, art, doc, fash, inds, food, land, port)
* Victor Hasselblad (Land)
* Masumi Hayashi
* Tadahiko Hayashi (doc, port)
* Takanobu Hayashi (art)
* William Hayes
* John Heartfield
* Darren Heath (spt)
* Petter Hegre (dig)
* William Heick (art, doc, ethno, inds)
* Gottfried Helnwein (art)
* Fritz Henle
* Bill Henson (art)
* Carli Hermès (abs, adv, art)
* J Malan Heslop (war)
* David Octavius Hill
* John K. Hillers
* David Hilliard
* Lewis Hine (art, doc, port)
* Terushichi Hirai
* Hiro (fash)
* John Hoagland (war)
* Hannah Höch (abs, art, port)
* David Hockney (abs, art, doc, int, land, port)
* Heinrich Hoffmann
* Frederick Hollyer (port, art, int)
* Joseph Holmes
* Ismo Hölttö
* Horie Kuwajirō
* Masao Horino
* Horst P. Horst (doc, fash, port)
* Eric Hosking
* Charles Howard (doc)
* Robert Howlett Pioneer, 1831–1858
* George Hoyningen-Huene
* Henri Huet
* Fred Hultstrand
* Art Hupy (arch, port)
* Frank Hurley
* David Hurn
* George Hurrell (art, fash)
* Philip Hyde (nature, land, art)

[edit] I

* Tetsuya Ichimura
* William H. Illingworth
* Jesús Inostroza (doc, art)
* Jerry Interval
* Walter Iooss
* Taikichi Irie (art, doc)
* Edith Irvine
* Lee Isaacs (abs, adv, art, doc, port)
* Johann Baptist Isenring
* Yasuhiro Ishimoto (doc, art)
* Jules Itier
* Mitsuaki Iwagō
* Takeji Iwamiya (arch, doc)

[edit] J

* Bill Jackson
* William Henry Jackson
* Lotte Jacobi (port)
* Bahman Jalali (doc, art)
* Russell James
* Olof Jarlbro
* Gaspard-Pierre-Gustave Joly de Lotbinière (arch, land)
* Jan Töve Johansson
* John S. Johnston
* Anthony Jones
* Charles Jones (food)
* Pirkle Jones
* Bishin Jumonji

[edit] K

* Gertrude Käsebier
* Clemens Kalischer (doc, art)
* Jesse Kalisher
* Kameya Tokujirō
* Consuelo Kanaga
* Nadav Kander
* Yousuf Karsh (port)
* Nasrollah Kasraian (doc, land)
* Rinko Kawauchi
* Barry Kay (doc, art)
* Seiki Kayamori (doc, ethno)
* Kensuke Kazama
* Mary Morgan Keipp
* Seydou Keïta
* Michael Kenna (art, int, land)
* Mitch Kern (art, port)
* Charles Kerry
* André Kertész (doc, land, int, port)
* Robert Glenn Ketchum
* Carl de Keyzer
* Yevgeny Khaldei
* Takashi Kijima
* Hiroh Kikai (doc, port)
* Shunkichi Kikuchi (doc, sci)
* Chris Killip
* Miru Kim (doc, art, land)
* Ihei Kimura (doc, port)
* Darius Kinsey
* Genzō Kitazumi (art, doc)
* William Klein
* Stuart Klipper (art, land)
* Mattias Klum
* Nick Knight
* Kiyoshi Koishi
* Akira Komoto (art)
* Tomio Kondō (doc, port)
* Yannis Kontos (doc)
* Ad Konings (sci)
* Rudolf Koppitz
* Alberto Korda
* Josef Koudelka
* George Krause
* Ed Krebs (port)
* Barbara Kruger (abs, art, doc)
* Motoichi Kumagai (doc)
* Yasuo Kuniyoshi
* Justine Kurland (art)
* Seiji Kurata (doc)
* Kusakabe Kimbei
* Kineo Kuwabara (doc)
* Shisei Kuwabara (doc)

[edit] L

* David LaChapelle (art, fash)
* Vincent Laforet (doc)
* Karl Lagerfeld (fash)
* Penny Lancaster
* Ernst Heinrich Landrock
* Inez van Lamsweerde
* Dorothea Lange (doc, port)
* Frans Lanting
* Clarence John Laughlin (art, int, land, port)
* Alma Lavenson
* Jacques Henri Lartigue (doc)
* Russell Lee (doc)
* Louis Legrand
* Gustave Le Gray
* Rudolf Franz Lehnert
* Peter Leibing
* Annie Leibovitz (art, doc, fash, port)
* Neil Leifer
* Jacques Leiser
* Herman Leonard
* Helmar Lerski
* Henri Le Secq (arch)
* Esther Levine (art)
* Sherrie Levine (art, doc)
* Helen Levitt (doc, port)
* Patrick Lichfield (port)
* Jerome Liebling (art)
* Peter Lindbergh (fash)
* Lawrence Denny Lindsley (land, doc)
* O. Winston Link (abs, adv, art, doc, land, inds)
* El Lissitzky
* Herbert List
* Jacqueline Livingston
* Harold Lloyd (port)
* R. Ian Lloyd
* Eugeniusz Lokajski
* Alejandro López de Haro (art)
* Jet Lowe (arch, doc, port)
* Auguste and Louis Lumière
* Markéta Luskačová (doc)
* Serge Lutens (art, fash)
* Loretta Lux (art)
* George Platt Lynes (adv, art, doc, fash, port)
* Danny Lyon (doc, port)
* Darryn Lyons

[edit] M

* Iain MacMillan
* Chema Madoz (art)
* Maeda Genzō
* Shinzo Maeda
* Jay Maisel (adv)
* Marianne Majerus
* Vassilis Makris
* Christopher Makos
* Erling Mandelmann
* Sally Mann (art, doc, pict, port)
* Jonathan Mannion (music, adv, celeb)
* Robert Mapplethorpe (art, fash, port)
* Fosco Maraini (ethno)
* Marcel Mariën
* Mary Ellen Mark (doc, port)
* Oscar G. Mason (sci)
* Willy Matheisl
* Spider Martin (doc, port)
* Enrico Martino (ethno, land, war)
* Margrethe Mather
* Susumu Matsushima (fash, port)
* Gordon Matta-Clark (art)
* Kate Matthews
* Alfred Maudslay
* Morton D. May
* John Jabez Edwin Mayall
* Roger Mayne (doc)
* Raphael Mazzucco (fashion)
* Angus McBean
* John McBride
* Will McBride (doc, port)
* Mary McCartney (port)
* Linda McCartney (art, doc, fash)
* Don McCullin
* Steve McCurry
* Glynnis McDaris
* Dave McKean
* Joseph McKeown (adv, doc, inds, war)
* Joe McNally (doc, port)
* Laura McPhee
* Steven Meisel (art, fash)
* Susan Meiselas
* Donald Mennie
* Enrique Metinides
* Pascal Meunier (doc)
* Adolf de Meyer
* Joel Meyerowitz
* Gjon Mili
* Lee Miller
* Mark Miremont
* Mohammadreza Mirzaei (art)
* Richard Misrach (abs, art, doc)
* Daniel S. Mitchell (doc)
* Tōyō Miyatake
* Miyazaki Yūhi
* Lisette Model
* Tina Modotti (art, doc, port)
* László Moholy-Nagy (art)
* Jean-Baptiste Mondino (fash)
* Geoff Moon (birds, nz natural)
* Charles Moore (doc, port)
* Derry Moore, 12th Earl of Drogheda (port, art, int)
* Raymond Moore (art)
* Julie Moos (art, doc, land, port)
* Inge Morath
* Abelardo Morell
* Aizō Morikawa (port)
* Daidō Moriyama
* Christopher Morris
* Wright Morris
* David Muench
* Ugo Mulas (art, doc, port)
* Vik Muniz (abs, art)
* Martin Munkácsi (spt, doc, fash)
* Isabel Muñoz
* Nickolas Muray
* Richard Murrian (art)
* Eadweard Muybridge (art, doc, land)
* Carl Mydans

[edit] N

* James Nachtwey (doc, war)
* Filip Naudts (art, port)
* Nadar
* Shigeichi Nagano (doc)
* Yasushi Nagao (doc)
* Billy Name (art, doc, port)
* Hans Namuth (portraits of artists)
* Ikkō Narahara (art)
* Graham Nash (art)
* Yōnosuke Natori (doc)
* Negretti and Zambra (photographic studio)
* Nelly’s (Elli Souyioultzoglou-Seraïdari)
* Helmut Newton (art, fash, port)
* Arnold Newman (port)
* Dianora Niccolini (art)
* Nicéphore Niépce
* Lennart Nilsson
* Nicholas Nixon (doc, port)
* William Notman
* Kazimierz Nowak (doc, ethno)
* Lee Nye

[edit] O

* Michael O’Brien
* Ogawa Kazumasa
* Takashi Okamura
* Erwin Olaf (fash, port)
* Arthur Omar
* Mitsugu Ōnishi
* Kōshirō Onchi (art)
* Chizu Ono
* Catherine Opie
* Charles O’Rear
* Timothy O’Sullivan
* Stephens Orr
* Rubén Ortiz Torres (art)
* Graham Ovenden
* Paul Outerbridge

[edit] P

* Johannes Pääsuke (doc, ethno)
* Charles Page (doc)
* Tim Page (war)
* Giuseppe Palmas
* Basil Pao
* John Papillon
* Richard Pare
* Trent Parke (doc)
* Norman Parkinson
* Gordon Parks (doc)
* Martin Parr (art, doc)
* Steve Parish
* Robert ParkeHarrison (art)
* Freeman Patterson
* Dino Pedriali
* Irving Penn (art, fash)
* Gilles Peress (doc)
* Lucian Perkins (doc, war)
* Anders Petersen
* Bob Peterson (photographer)
* John Pezzenti (wildlife)
* John Pfahl
* Secondo Pia
* Jack Pierson (art)
* Gueorgui Pinkhassov (doc)
* Peter Pitseolak
* Sylvia Plachy
* Frank Plicka (doc)
* David Plowden (doc)
* Guglielmo Plüschow
* Robert Polidori (arch)
* Eliot Porter
* Mark Power
* Dith Pran
* Victor Prevost
* Richard Prince
* Priya Ramrakha
* Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii
* Włodzimierz Puchalski
* Willy Puchner (art, doc)
* Gerald P. Pulley

[edit] Q

* Altaf Qadri

[edit] R

* Ragnar Axelsson (doc)
* Raghu Rai
* Herbert Randall
* Rankin (fash)
* Paul Raphaelson (art)
* Man Ray (art, port)
* Tony Ray-Jones (art, doc)
* Jahangir Razmi (doc)
* David Redfern (music)
* Henri-Victor Regnault
* H. Reid
* Oscar Gustave Rejlander (art, port)
* Albert Renger-Patzsch
* Carlos Reyes-Manzo (doc)
* Bettina Rheims
* Marc Riboud (art, doc, int, land)
* Michael Richard
* Eugene Richards (doc)
* Jim Richardson (doc, land)
* Terry Richardson (fash, art)
* Sophy Rickett
* Leni Riefenstahl (doc, int, land, port)
* Robert Riger (spt)
* Jacob Riis
* Frank Rinehart (doc)
* Herb Ritts (art, fash, port)
* James Roark
* Grace Robertson
* James Robertson
* Ziki Robertson
* Henry Peach Robinson (pict)
* John V. Robinson (arch, doc, inds)
* Thomas C. Roche (doc, war)
* Alexandr Rodchenko
* George Rodger
* José Luis Rodríguez Pittí (art, doc)
* Milton Rogovin (doc)
* Matthew Rolston
* Willy Ronis
* Ben Rose (fash, food, port)
* Barbara Rosenthal (art, surrealism)
* Joe Rosenthal
* Martha Rosler
* Horatio Ross
* Mary Rosse
* Pierre Rossier
* Arthur Rothstein
* Dominic Rouse (art)
* Galen Rowell
* Johnny Rozsa (celeb, port, fash)
* Didier Ruef
* Michael Ruetz (art, doc)
* Thomas Ruff (art)
* Andrew J. Russell

[edit] S

* Sebastião Salgado (art, doc)
* Erich Salomon
* Lucas Samaras
* Arnold E. Samuelson (war)
* August Sander
* Akira Satō (art, fash)
* Kōji Satō
* Tokihiro Satō (art)
* Jan Saudek (art, port)
* William Saunders
* Charles Roscoe Savage
* Francesco Scavullo (art, fash)
* Jürgen Schadeberg
* Rocky Schenck (art)
* Bill Schwab (art)
* John Schwartz
* Arthur E. Scott
* Ignác Šechtl
* Josef Jindřich Šechtl
* Stéphane Sednaoui (adv, art, fash)
* Allan Sekula
* Mark Seliger (port)
* Vittorio Sella (land)
* Andres Serrano (art, doc, port)
* Masato Seto (doc)
* John Sexton
* David Seymour
* Charles Sheeler
* Bob Shell
* Charles Shepherd
* Cindy Sherman (art, doc, port)
* Stewart Shining (fashion)
* Kishin Shinoyama
* Mieko Shiomi
* Stephen Shore
* John Shuptrine
* Malick Sidibé
* Katharina Sieverding
* Jeanloup Sieff
* Wolfgang Sievers (arch, ind)
* Steven Siewert (art, doc)
* Floria Sigismondi (art)
* Roman Signer
* Jakob Sildnik
* Marilyn Silverstone
* Lorna Simpson (art)
* Aaron Siskind
* Natalia Skobeeva (art, fashion)
* Sandy Skoglund (art, doc)
* Moneta Sleet Jr.
* Victor Sloan (art)
* Rick Smolan
* Edwin Smith (arch, int, land)
* Graham Smith
* Mickey Smith (artist)
* Pennie Smith
* W. Eugene Smith (doc)
* Snowdon (port)
* Melvin Sokolsky (art, fash, adv)
* Frederick Sommer
* Giorgio Sommer
* Alec Soth (art, doc, land, port)
* Pete Souza
* Albert Spaggiari
* Jack Spencer (art, doc, int, land)
* Humphrey Spender (doc)
* Christine Spengler (war)
* Melissa Springer (art, doc, port)
* Vytautas Stanionis
* Andrew Stark (art, doc)
* Chris Steele-Perkins (doc)
* Edward Steichen (art, land, pict, port)
* Ralph Steiner
* Joel Sternfeld (doc)
* Louis Stettner
* David Stewart (art, adv)
* Charles Settrington (land)
* Alfred Stieglitz (art, port)
* Baron Raimund von Stillfried
* Stillfried & Andersen (photographic studio)
* Nellie Stockbridge(doc)
* Ezra Stoller
* Kęstutis Stoškus
* Paul Strand (art)
* Zoe Strauss (art)
* Thomas Struth (art, doc)
* Roy Stuart
* Jock Sturges (art, port)
* Anthony Suau (doc, war)
* Issei Suda (art)
* Josef Sudek (art, pict)
* Hiroshi Sugimoto (art, doc, port)
* Francis Meadow Sutcliffe
* Antanas Sutkus
* Kenneth Dupee Swan (land)
* John Szarkowski (doc)

[edit] T

* I. W. Taber
* Kaietsu Takagi
* Yutaka Takanashi
* Masataka Takayama (abs, art)
* William Fox Talbot
* Tamamura Kozaburō
* Akihide Tamura (aka Shigeru Tamura)
* Sakae Tamura (art, port)
* Sakae Tamura (sci)
* Shigeru Tamura (not Akihide Tamura)
* Kōtarō Tanaka
* Gerda Taro (Gerta Pohorylle) (doc)
* Henry Taunt (land)
* John Bigelow Taylor (arch, art, port)
* Maggie Taylor (art)
* Sam Taylor-Wood (art, doc, port)
* Joyce Tenneson
* Anya Teixeira
* Juergen Teller (fash)
* Teo Bee Yen
* Mario Testino
* Peter Thomann (doc)
* Warren T. Thompson
* John Thomson
* Nicolas Tikhomiroff
* Wolfgang Tillmans (abs, art, land)
* Herbert Tobias
* Shōmei Tōmatsu (art, doc)
* Tomishige Rihei
* Akira Toriyama (land, pict)
* Oliviero Toscani
* Larry Towell
* Barbara Traub
* Bill Travis (art, port)
* Eric Treacy
* Arthur Tress (art, fash, port)
* Linnaeus Tripe
* John Trobaugh (art, doc, port)
* Olegas Truchanas
* Thomas Tulis (art, doc, inds, land, port)
* Spencer Tunick (art, doc, fash, port)
* David C. Turnley (doc)
* Peter Turnley (doc)

[edit] U

* Uchida Kuichi
* Shōji Ueda
* Noboru Ueki
* Jerry Uelsmann (art, land, port)
* Ueno Hikoma
* Ukai Gyokusen
* Brian Ulrich (art, doc)
* Doris Ulmann
* Ellen von Unwerth
* Kaoru Usui (doc)
* Huynh Cong Ut

[edit] V

* John Vachon (arch, doc, port)
* Max Vadukul
* James Valentine
* James Van Der Zee
* Carl Van Vechten
* Kathy Vargas
* John Veltri
* Kiino Villand
* Roman Vishniac
* Massimo Vitali

[edit] W

* Bob Walker
* Jeff Wall
* Ian Wallace (land)
* Chris von Wangenheim (fash)
* Nick Waplington
* Andy Warhol (art, doc, fash, port)
* Waswo X. Waswo (art, port)
* Hiroshi Watanabe (port)
* Carleton Watkins
* Albert Watson
* Bruce Weber (art, doc, fash)
* Weegee (abs, art, doc)
* Carrie Mae Weems
* William Wegman
* Eudora Welty
* Henry Wessel, Jr.
* Brett Weston (art, port)
* Cole Weston (art, port)
* Edward Weston (art, pict, port)
* Kim Weston
* John H. White (doc)
* Minor White (art, land)
* Jeff Widener
* Hannah Wilke (art, port)
* Christopher Williams
* Michael Williamson
* Deborah Willis (art)
* Charles Paul Wilp (adv)
* Laura Wilson
* George Washington Wilson
* Kathryn Tucker Windham (doc)
* Garry Winogrand (art, land)
* Ernest Withers (doc)
* Stanisław Ignacy Witkiewicz
* Joel-Peter Witkin (art, doc, port)
* Michael Wolf
* Art Wolfe
* Brian Wood (art)
* Walter B. Woodbury
* Francesca Woodman (art)
* Don Worth (land, botanical)
* Otto Wunderlich
* Donovan Wylie

[edit] X
[edit] Y

* Lorna Yabsley (port)
* Alfred Yaghobzadeh
* Hiroshi Yamazaki
* Nakaji Yasui
* Bunny Yeager
* Yevonde
* Yokoyama Matsusaburō
* Kohei Yoshiyuki (doc)
* Paul Yule

[edit] Z

* Jerome Zerbe (art, doc, fash, war)
* David Drew Zingg
* Ron L. Zheng (abs, art)
* Fred Zinn (aer)
* Stanislovas Žvirgždas

See also

* Fetish photographer
* Fine art photography
* Glamour photographer
* Macro photography
* Magnum Photos
* Norwegian photographers
* Photograph
* Photographers of the erotic male
* New Zealand photography
* Photography
* Photojournalism
* Photojournalists
* Pictorialism
* Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News Photography
* Pulitzer Prize for Feature Photography
* Wedding photography
* Women in photography
* Wikipedian Photographers

Wedding photography
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Wedding photography is the photography of activities relating to weddings. It encompasses photographs of the couple before marriage (for announcements, portrait displays, or thank you cards) as well as coverage of the wedding and reception (sometimes referred to as the wedding breakfast in non-US countries). It is a major commercial endeavor that supports the bulk of the efforts for many photography studios or independent photographers.
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A 1942 wedding with bride in traditional long white wedding dress.

Like the technology of photography itself, the practice of wedding photography has evolved and grown since the invention of the photographic art form in 1826 by Joseph Nicéphore Niépce. In fact, an early photograph, recorded some 14 years after the fact, may be a recreation for the camera of the 1840 wedding of Queen Victoria to Prince Albert. However, in the early days of photography, most couples of more humble means did not hire a photographer to record the actual wedding itself. Until the later half of the 19th century, most people didn’t pose for formal wedding photos during the wedding. Rather, they might pose for a formal photo in their best clotthhes before or after a wedding. In the late 1860s, more couples started posing in their wedding clothes or sometimes hired a photographer to come to the wedding venue. (See the gallery at White wedding.)

Due to the nature of the bulky equipment and lighting issues, wedding photography was largely a studio practice for most of the late 1800s. Over time, technology improved, but many couples still might only pose for a single wedding portrait. Wedding albums started becoming more commonplace towards the 1880s, and the photographer would sometimes include the wedding party in the photographs. Often the wedding gifts would be laid out and recorded in the photographs as well.[1]

At the beginning of the 20th century, color photography became available, but was still unreliable and expensive, so most wedding photography was still practiced in black and white. The concept of capturing the wedding "event" came about after the Second World War. Using film roll technology and improved lighting techniques available with the invention of the compact flash bulb, photographers would often show up at a wedding and try to sell the photos later. Despite the initial low quality photographs that often resulted, the competition forced the studio photographers to start working on location.

Initially, professional studio photographers might bring a lot of bulky equipment, thus limiting their ability to record the entire event. Even "candid" photos were more often staged after the ceremony. In the 1970s, the more modern approach to recording the entire wedding event started evolving into the practice as we know it today.[2]
Contents

* 1 Technology
* 2 Approaches
* 3 Albums, prints, and other products
* 4 Profession
* 5 Professional organizations
* 6 See also
* 7 References

Technology
Here, a wedding photographer rehearses taking a wedding photo using her assistant as a model. The veil was deliberately placed in position by the photographer.

During the film era, photographers favored color negative film and medium-format cameras, especially by Hasselblad. Today, many more weddings are photographed with digital SLR cameras as the digital convenience provides quick detection of lighting mistakes and allows creative approaches to be reviewed immediately.

In spite of diminishing film use, some photographers continue to shoot with film as they prefer the film aesthetic, and others are of the opinion that negative film captures more information than digital technology, and has less margin for exposure error. Certainly true in some cases, it should be noted that exposure latitude inherent in a camera’s native RAW image format (which allows for more under- and over- exposure than JPEG[3]) varies from manufacturer to manufacturer. All forms of RAW have a degree of exposure latitude which exceeds slide film – to which digital capture is commonly compared.[citation needed]

Currently, it is fair to say that many professional labs have a greater capacity to provide services in post-production for film compared with digital[citation needed], such as quickly generating adequate prints in the event of some over- or under- exposure. This should change over time, with manufacturers like Kodak announcing a commitment to further develop streamlined services in the area of professional digital lab output.

Technology has evolved with the use of remote triggers and flashes. Wedding photographers are now able to take advantage of traveling light and having the ability to use creative lighting.
Approaches
This article may contain original research or unverified claims. Please improve the article by adding references. See the talk page for details. (December 2007)
Bride & groom in a park, posing in photojournalistic style.
A photojournalistic wedding image capturing the drama of the moment.

There are two primary approaches to wedding photography that are recognized today: Traditional and Photojournalistic. Traditional wedding photography provides for more classically posed images and a great deal of photographer control and interaction on the day of the wedding. Photojournalistic wedding photography takes its cue from editorial reporting styles and focuses more on candid and unposed images with little photographer interaction. These are two extremes and many of today’s photographers will fall somewhere in the middle of these two styles.

A third style that is becoming more popular is a fashion-based approach. In contemporary/fashion-based wedding photography, photojournalistic images of the events of the day are combined with posed images that are inspired by editorial fashion photography as would be found in magazines like Vogue or Vanity Fair.

A fourth style that is popular in Asian countries, especially in China, is wedding studio photography(Chinese: 婚纱摄影; pinyin: hūn shā shè yǐng). Typically, couples will select a studio in a similar manner as western couples select a wedding photographer. They will then make an appointment with the studio for either in-studio or location shoot, which is becoming popular in recent years, to do "glamour wedding shots". In attendance will be a hair stylist and make-up artist in addition to the photographer and the couple. The couple will go through many changes of clothing and backgrounds in a similar manner to the fashion based approach.
A bride arriving at the venue, with her father also in the car. The black and white texture, together with her expression, and the composition of the photograph make for a picture that evokes some of the emotion from the day.

The term contemporary wedding photography is used to describe wedding photography that is not of a traditional nature. The emphasis in contemporary photography is to capture the story and atmosphere from the day, so the viewer has an appreciation of what the wedding was like, rather than a series of pre-determined poses. This term can be mistaken for meaning any photograph that is not posed or formal. The advent and advancement of digital cameras (and increased use of the internet) means that many people can offer their services as a wedding photographer, but contemporary wedding photography is more than taking informal photographs and involves the use of composition, lighting, and timing to capture photographs that have a strong visual appeal.

There is some uncertainty over what constitutes contemporary and how this differs from other forms of wedding photography. The PSA Journal, March 1994, records a debate on this subject.[4]. This highlights the difficulty with the word contemporary when defining photographic expression, as some feel this term is not sufficiently defined. For example, is photojournalism contemporary or is it different? Photojournalism is easier to define, as the term infers the photography is by its nature similar to journalism, where the emphasis is upon reporting and recording events in a newsworthy manner, whereas contemporary may include an element of photojournalism but is not exclusively that style of photography.

However, the landscape of Wedding Photography has constantly evolved, it is a creative discipline and those proponents at the leading edge of the industry are constantly feeding new ideas into the photographic community. As a result trends[5] will develop, mostly based around the core elements discussed. Some will be transitory while others will remain a traditional part.
Albums, prints, and other products

A contemporary wedding photographer will usually provide some or all of the following:

* Indoor photography at a church, temple, or other private venue during the ceremony and reception.
* Outdoor photography (often at a park, beach, or scenic location on the day of the wedding and/or for engagement photos).
* Both posed and candid (photojournalistic) shots of the wedding couple and their guests at the religious or civil ceremony, and the reception that follows.
* Formal portraiture in the studio (for either the wedding and/or the engagement photos).
* Digital services, such as digital prints or slides shows.
* Albums (either traditional or the more contemporary flush mount type of album).

A sample two-page spread from a contemporary flush mount wedding album.

The range of deliverables that a wedding photographer presents is varied. There is no standard as to what is included in a wedding coverage or package, so products vary regionally and from across photographers, as do the number of images provided.

Most photographers provide a set of proofs (usually unretouched, edited images) for the clients to view. Photographers may provide hard copy proofs in the form of 4×5 or 4×6 prints, a "magazine" of images with thumbnail sized pictures on multiple pages, an online proof gallery, images on CD or DVD in the form of a gallery or a slideshow, or a combination of the above. Some photographers provide these proofs for the client to keep, and some photographers require the client to make final print choices from the proofs and then return them or purchase them at an additional cost.

There are a wide variety of albums and manufacturers available, and photographers may provide traditional matted albums, digitally designed "coffee table" albums, contemporary flush mount albums, hardbound books, scrapbook style albums, or a combination of any of the above. Albums may be included as part of a pre-purchased package, or they may be added as an after-wedding purchase. Not all photographers provide albums; some may prefer to provide prints and/or files and let clients make their own albums.

Most photographers allow clients to purchase additional prints for themselves or their families. Many photographers now provide online sales either through galleries located on their own websites or through partnerships with other vendors. Those vendors typically host the images and provide the back end sales mechanism for the photographer; the photographer sets his or her own prices and the vendor takes a commission or charges a flat fee.

Some photographers are also including high resolution files in their packages. These photographers allow their clients limited rights to reproduce the images for their personal use, while retaining the copyright. Not all photographers release files and those who do will most likely charge a premium for them, since releasing files means giving up any after wedding print or album sales for the most part.

Photographers who do not retain copyright of the images often charge more for their services. In these cases the photographer provides the client with the digital images as part of the wedding package. The client then has unrestricted use of the images and can print any that they may desire.
Profession
This section may contain original research or unverified claims. Please improve the article by adding references. See the talk page for details. (November 2007)
A bride and groom are posed for this location shot using available lighting during the pre-twilight moments of the day due to the desirable soft lighting effects.

The wedding photography industry is home to some of the most respected names within the photography industry, some of whom were listed in PopPhoto’s Top 10 Wedding Photographers in the World.[6] These figures represent the historical rise of wedding photojournalism, fashion, couture-style portraits, and all digital work-flow.

As a wedding is a one-time event, the photographer must be prepared for the unexpected. Shooting a wedding is both exhausting and invigorating as the photographer is constantly looking for good angles and opportunities for candid shots. Communication and planning time-lines before the event will alleviate many of the stresses associated with photographing a wedding. The ability to tactfully take charge also helps – particularly when photographing large groups or families – a common expectation after the ceremony. Having a run list with all of the expected shots is also a useful tool. A photographer may work with an assistant who can carry equipment, arrange guests, and assist with clothing adjustments or holding of reflectors.

Some wedding photographers have an office or studio which can double as a retail photography studio. In bigger cities, one might find dedicated wedding studios that only shoot weddings and may have large studios equipped with make-up and hair, and gowns ready for the bride to wear. Other wedding photographers work out of a home studio, preferring to photograph on location.
Professional organizations

Organizations such as the Professional Photographers of America (PPA) and Wedding and Portrait Photographers International (WPPI) and Wedding Photojournalist Association(WPJA)support the art and business of wedding photography. Standards and requirements for professional organizations vary, but membership often indicates a photographer is insured (if they should lose or ruin a large number of images, they can compensate such errors for their clients). Professional organizations offer training, professional competition, and support to members, as well as directory services to help with marketing.

See also

* Indian wedding photography
* Wedding planner

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