Robert Adams
Fraenkel Gallery Site

Lynsey Addario
Photojournalist/War Photographer
Official Website

Diane Arbus
Official Site

Richard Avedon
Richard Avedon Website

John Blakemore
Landscape/Still Life
Library of Birmingham Site

Mathew Brady
Portraits/Civil War Photographer
Official Website

Nick Brandt
Nature Photographer
Official Website

Street - Night Time of Paris
Brassai Biography and Select Images

Wynn Bullock
Nature, still life, nudes - NSFW
Wynn Bullock Official Website

Henri Cartier-Bression
HCB Foundation

Henri Cartier-Bresson (1908-2004) was a French photographer largely regarded as the father of photojournalism. He used, nearly exclusively, a Leica 35mm with 50mm lens (and a wide angle for a few landscapes). He painted the shiny parts with black paint to make his camera less conspicuous.

He used to be a painter until he saw a photograph by Martin Munkàcsi titled Three Boys at Lake Tanganyika, who said about it, “I suddenly understood that photography can fix eternity in a moment.”

I ran across a video called Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Decisive Moment produced in 1973 by Scholastic Magazines Inc. and International Center of Photography. It is a video of his images overlaid by his voice recorded for a radio interview. He avoided being photographed or filmed himself stating he was embarrassed by the notion of being photographed for being famous. However, that notion didn’t stop him earlier from appearing in two French movies before his photography career.

This video is truly a masterclass in his philosophy about photography, his thoughts and inspirations about some of his images, and an exciting immersion into this iconic photographer’s portrait, photojournalism and street photography.

Please click here to view the video. NOTE: For an unknown reason – and this may not occur on your computer or pad, but it seems to start 20 seconds in. Just click and drag the time-lapse button at the bottom of the video back to the beginning.

Robert Capa
Photojournalist, war photographer, Magnum
Page On Magnum Photo Website

Imogen Cunningham
Portraits/Still Life
Official Site

Louis Daguerre
Patented The Daguerrotype/Photographer
Wikipedia Page

Robert Doisneau
Official Website

Brian Duffy
Fashion and Portrait photography
Official Website

Max Dupain
Modernist Photographer
Official Site

William Eggleston
Eggleston Trust

Alfred Eisenstaedt
Life Magazine Page

Ed van der Elsken
street photography/film maker
Official Page

Elliot Erwitt
Documentary and ironic photography
Official Website

Walker Evans
Documented the great depression
Link To Images

Lee Friedlander
Urban/Social Landscape
Fraenkel Gallery Site

Philippe Halsman
Surrealist/photo manipulation
Official Site

Gregory Heisler
Official Site

Dave Hill
Official Site

Fan Ho
Street Photographer in Hong Kong
Fan Ho Modern Book

David Hobby
Off camera flash guru and photojournalist for 20 years in the Baltimore MD area
Strobist Website

Jacob Holdt
Official American Pictures Site

Horst P Horst
Official Site

George Hurrell
portraiture for "old Hollywood"
Official Site

Yousuf Karsh
Official Site

Andre Kertesz
Street and Still Life Photography - Oddities - Some images NSFW
Atget Website Page

William Klien
Ironic photojournalism and fashion photography
Wikipedia Entry

Dorothea Lange
FSA/great depression photographer
Google Image Search

Frans Lanting
Official Site

Annie Leibowitz
photojournalist for Rolling Stone/portrait
Pinterest Portfolio of Her Work

Magnum Photographers
Official Website

Vivian Maier
Vivian Maier Website

Jay Maisel
Street Photographer out of NYC
Jay Maisel Website

Sally Mann
Immediate FamilyPhotographer PLUS
Wikipedia Entry

Mary Ellen Mark
Street Photography and Celebrity Portraiture
Official Website

Jim Marshall
Iconic Music Photographer
Official Website

Don McCullin
War Photographer
Contact Press Bio

Steve McCurry
Official Site

Joe McNally
Worked for such publications as Time, Life, National Geographic, Sports Illustrated and now does freelance work, specializing in off camera flash.
Joe McNally Website

Duane Michals

Daido Moriyama
Official Site

Richard Mosse
War photography/Photojournalism
Official Website

James Natchway
Official Website

Arnold Newman
Environmental portraiture
Arnold Newman Archive

Helmut Newton
Evocative, erotic portraiture
Official Website
Collection Of Images On Pinterest

Gordon Parks
Gordon Parks Foundation

Martin Parr
Martin Parr Website

Irving Penn
Official Site

Moose Peterson
Official Site/Blog

Man Ray
Man Ray Trust

Sebastiao Salgado
social commentary/photojournalist
Link To Some Of His Work

Kyoichi Sawada
War photography Vietnam
World Press Photo Website

Steven Shore
Official Site

W. Eugene Smith
Life Magazine Page

Edward Steichen
Pinterest Gallery

Alfred Steiglitz
Pinterest Gallery

Paul Strand
Getty Museum Page

Henry Fox Talbot
Forefather of the modern positive/negative process
Wikipedia Page

Mario Testino
Official Site

Long Than
Street/Fine Art/Black and White
Official Site

Paul Trevor
Official Website

Jerry Uelsmann
photo manipulations/surreal
Official Website

Bio and Images

Edward Weston
Still Life/portraits/nudes
Official Site
Pinterest Gallery

Margaret Bourke White
Life Magazine
MBW Life Magazine Images

Garry Winogrand
Biography and Images