Photographers Featured on MY HERO

they have captured the times with their vision and artistic work

Ilse Bing

By: Wendy Jewell
Ilse Bing was a remarkable poet and photographer whose works withstand the test of time.

Self Portrait

By: Ilse Bing
Still the "Queen of the Leica"

Dorothea Lange

By: Susannah Abbey
Dorothea Lange captured powerful moments in history with a keen eye for the human condition.

Dorothea Lange

By: Robert Shetterly

Migrant Mother

By: Dorothea Lange (1895 - 1965)

Ansel Adams

By: Ryan from Newark
Ansel Adamswas an 'artist-activist' whose photographs of nature inspired conservation.

Bessie Smith, photograph by Carl Van Vechten

By: Carl Van Vechten
The Empress of the Blues became popular for her singing and for her lyrics that appealed to African American working people and women in particular

Clara Barton, A War Time Photograph by Matthew Brady

By: Matthew Brady
Clara Barton was Founder of The American Red Cross and an important nurse in 19th century American history

Alfred, Lord Tennyson

By: Julia Margaret Cameron (British, 1815–1879)

Inez Milholland Boissevain

By: unknown
Dressed like Joan of Arc on a white horse, Inez Milholland Boissevain, a New York attorney, led a group of women all dressed in white. Here she is on horseback at the Women's Equality March in Washington D.C., 1913

Emancipation Day Celebration 1900-06-19

By: Mrs. Charles Stephenson (Grace Murray)

Photo-Journalist Dan Eldon

Dan Eldon
Credit: Creative Visions Foundation

Dan Eldon

By: Wendy Jewell
Dan Eldon inspired Kathy Eldon with his art, his poetry and his life.

The Journey is the Destination- Hands by Dan Eldon

By: Dan Eldon
Dan Eldon ( 1970 – 1993) was an international photojournalist, artist and activist, killed in Somalia on assignment. His journals show his art and global ideas

The Journey is the Destination -Africa Eyes

By: Dan Eldon
This image from Dan Eldon's journal pages collages a photo of Musa Mwariama and Prime Minister Jomo Kenyatta in 1963 after Independence.

Self Portrait by Dan Eldon Africa

By: Dan Eldon
Dan Eldon was in his twenties when he was killed in Somalia while he was working as a photojournalist . His collages and journal pages remain as a life record

The Journey is the Destination-Africa

By: Dan Eldon
Collage pages from the journals of Dan Eldon, the late young hero and photojournalist killed on assignment in Somalia in 1993. His art and thoughts remain.

Nature - Ocean - Photographer - Patsy Ober

Patsee Ober Swimming in the Pacific Ocean by Laguna

By: Patsee Ober

Green Goddess

By: Patsee Ober

Outer Space

By: Patsee Ober

Doug Miller - photographer, artist and Laguna Beach Historian

Shore birds in California
Credit: Doug Miller

Emerald Bay, Laguna Beach, California USA
Credit: Doug Miller
Ditty for Dilley Music Video
Credit: Doug Miller/Sasha Evans/MY HERO
Doug Miller: Artist Historian
Credit: MY HERO

Rolf Richardson - Freelance Destination Photographer and Author

Rolf Richardson, Pilot, Photographer and Author

By: Abigail Richardson

Rolf's life story, a symphony of diverse experiences, serves as an inspiration to us all, reflecting the resilience of a soul that danced through the tapestry of time and place.

Credit: Rolf R
Credit: Rolf R
Credit: Rolf Richardson

Organizer created on 8/21/2022 11:59:15 AM by Jeanne Meyers

Last edited 8/18/2023 5:12:45 AM by Abigail Richardson