If you went to art or photography school, you definitely know about Alfred Stieglitz— the photographer, editor, curator, and promoter of photography.
During his time in the early days of photography, photography wasn’t taken as a serious “art.” It was looked down on by others.
Stieglitz put his entire life on the line to help promote photography. He innovated with his photo publication: “Camera Work” and helped build a community of photography enthusiasts.
Modern photography might not be around if it weren’t for him. What are some practical lessons we can learn from him? This is what I learned from him — and what you can learn for yourself:
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