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Tuesday, 02 October 2012 12:00

Herman Leonard - Jazz Photographer


“Herman Leonard's smoky, moody images of jazz greats such as Billie Holiday and Louis Armstrong capture a lost era” Mick Brown -The Telegraph

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Friday, 07 December 2012 20:30

Skip Bolen - Jazz photographer


This Los Angeles-based shooter has specialized over the last few years in images from the annual New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival (Jazz Fest), but he's got a wide selection from his mainly black-and-white portfolio online. Some great shots and an eye-catching home page.

Published in JazzArt
Friday, 13 September 2013 13:08

Lee Tanner - Jazz Photographer


Lee Tanner, whose photographs of jazz icons documented the music for more than 50 years, died Sept. 7, 2013.

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Saturday, 16 August 2014 18:22

Bob Willoughby – Jazz photographer


Bob Willoughby, whose photographs have transformed the images of Hollywood's biggest stars, is a true pioneer of 20th century photography. He was the first "outside" photographer hired by the major studios to create photographs for the magazines, and was the link between the filmmakers and major magazines of the time, such as Life and Look.

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Saturday, 16 August 2014 19:09

Bill Claxton - Jazz Photographer


William Claxton was one of the greatest photographers of the jazz scene. He lived in the Los Angeles area where he began photographing jazz musicians while still a student at UCLA. In the 1950s, while in college, he helped record producer Richard Bock start the Pacific Jazz record company. He shot all the covers, and soon all the major record companies were using him. Over time he authored several books. His photography has been widely exhibited.
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Friday, 09 December 2016 16:43

Sánta Istvan Csaba - Jazz Photographer


Besides portraying the society, being a jazz-fan, making concert-photos became his another main field of activity. He managed to take photos of many world-known famous jazz musicians on domestic and foreign concerts 

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