Three important photographers died this week.
- AP Photographer Walt Zeboski Dies at Age 83
- Canadian photographer Arnaud Maggs dead at age 86
- Cornel Lucas, Photographer Whose Portraits Defined Film Stars, Dies at 92
Of the three, I am best acquainted with the work of Walt Zeboski. His haunting photo of Lynette “Squeaky” Fromme comes to mind; as do his many photos of Ronald Regan.
I know Cornel Lucas for his black and white portrait of Joan Callins, which I actually recreated (poorly) for a high school photography class back in the 70s.
I had planned on posting on Walt Zeboski, but then my inbox filled up with obituary notices. All were important to photography. All should be remembered.