R.I.P. Robert Frank

Sep 10, 2019,15:38 PM

one of the most amazing photographers in the history of the medium....he had a long and fruitful life....and will be missed!!!

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I read the news yesterday... [revised]

 By: cshimokita : September 10th, 2019-15:44
His work was some of the best.... RIP From June 1955 thru the spring of 1956, for a period of nine months, Robert Frank had driven over 10,000 miles across more than 30 states [out of a total of 48]. In all, he had taken 27,000 photographs. When he return... 

Great story, Casey. [nt]

 By: amanico : September 10th, 2019-22:48

Saw "The Americans" years ago in San Francisco

 By: JohnFM : September 10th, 2019-17:10
Best photo exhibit I've ever seen. Great subjects/images, of course, but the technical aspects and printing were also superb.

A legend. RIP

 By: ChristianDK : September 10th, 2019-23:17
I am looking through "the Americans" right now. Still a striking body of work.

A bad day for photography

 By: logan2z : September 11th, 2019-07:27
We also lost Fred Herzog yesterday, an early pioneer in the use of color. A bad day for photography.

Fred Herzog, Canadian Photographer (21-Sep-1930 to 9-Sep-2019)

 By: cshimokita : September 11th, 2019-07:33
His color work was excellent...

Remember him, and stay remember Anthony bourdain

 By: Weems@8 : September 11th, 2019-11:07
R.I.P. To many great people leave us. For example Anthony Bourdain, a great personality. Why succesfull people have hidden problems, and do not talk. As we lent an ear, maybe we can keep them up the rails. Enjoy beautifull watches, race nice exotic sports... 

may he RIP

 By: Quan : September 11th, 2019-21:04
yesterday seems to be a good day for most great man to RIP, our former President also bye bye......