An homage to another of my photographic influences.
Garry Winogrand ((14 January 1928, New York City – 19 March 1984, Tijuana, Mexico) was considered by many to be the central photographer of his generation. A street photographer by nature, Winogrand rose to fame, eventually shooting some of the most famous people of his day.
Winogrand’s upbringing wasn’t much different than a lot of photographers of his ilk — having been exposed to New York City’s street life and diversity from an early age. From Wikipedia:
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