1. Andrew J. Russell
Andrew, born March 20, 1829 and dead September 22, 1902 was a American painter and photographer known for his photographs relating to the Civil War and the first transcontinental conducted by the Union Pacific Railroad in 1869.
2. Billy Monk
Billy Monk was a South African, known for his photography of a Cape Town nightclub between 1967 and 1969, during system of segregation or discrimination on grounds of race. In 2012 after the death a book was published, Billy Monk: Nightclub Photographs. Billy's outline camera flash and quick eye revealed quaint incidents in real life and lasting for a very short time moments that provide a energizing take on the imagery we typically see from that portion of time. It's out of sight world of sailors and sugar girls.
3. Fadil Berisha
As a fashion photographer, he works for companies, fashion magazines, modeling agency and commercials, then celebrities such as Halle Berry, Snoop Dog, Jennifer Beals, Angela Martini, Bleona Qereti and more.
4. Franck Vogel
Franck Vogel is known for his work on environmental issues, Social, ethnological and geopolitics, which were published by the international press (GEO, Stern, Paris Match, NRC Weekblad, Animan, Le Monde diplomatique) and exhibited around the world.
5. Frank Gohlke
Frank Gohlke -A professional photographer from America. Frank Goholk was born on April 3, 1942 in Wichita Falls, TX. He studied at Yale University and the University of Texas at Austin. Frank Gohlke's childhood was spent and had his early education in Wichita Falls, Texas. He bought his first camera when he was 15 years old and was a member of the Wichita Falls camera club during high school.
6. George Davison
George Davison began taking photographs around 1885 and soon became a member of the Camera Club in London. Differences in the club over the artistic orientation of photography led to the founding of the Linked Ring, to whose founding members he belonged.
7. Jan Grarup
Jan Grarup, born on December 2, 1968 in Kvistgaard) is a Danish photographer specializing in war photography. He has won numerous awards including the World Press Photo for his work on the Kosovo war. He is a member of the Noor agency.
8. Nökkvi Elíasson
Nökkvi is the son of Elias Halldórsson, an artist and brother of Gyridur Elíasson, a writer and Sigurlaugur Elíasson, a poet and an artist. He has held two exhibitions of his works.
9. Pirkle Jones
Born January 2, 1914 in Shreveport, he was an American photographer who documented the lives of migrant farm workers, the California cities threatened by the environment and the leaders of the Black Panther Party.
10. Bill Owens
Bill Owens is a photographer and journalist from the United States of America. He has also won prizes such as Guggenheim. He is one of the very few photographers who has shot images of people in the suburbs on a large scale.