|photo: Diana Robinson|
William Albert Allard is a National Geographic photographer who is among one of my personal favorite shooters. His work pushes the limits of what photographers think they can do with light and color, all the while creating images that tell amazing stories. His monographs on the photo essay as well as his classic photo stories on minor league baseball, the Hutterite community and blues musicians are classics and his work continues to provide inspiration for generations of photographers. A recent adopter to digital image making, he continues to explore the possibilities of what can be captures with a camera. You can discover more of his work by visiting his website.
William Albert Allard recommends the work of Alex Webb.
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