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Glazer's Camera

Thank the Photographers


PhotoMedia thanks all the photographers who generously contributed photography to this issue of the magazine. Other photographers are discussed or quoted in articles throughout the issue.

MARK KLETT is an associate professor at the Arizona State University School of Art and chief photographer for the Rephotographic Survey Project. In 1998, his quirky and humorous black-and-white work was exhibited in a one-person show at the Cleveland Art Museum and in a group show, Telling Stories, at the George Eastman House in Rochester, New York. His work is included in permanent museum collections around the world, including the Whitney Museum of American Art, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the National Museum of American Art, the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, and the Victoria and Albert Museum.

DAVID MUENCH, of Santa Barbara, California, is the primary photographer for more than 40 books, and has participated in numerous one-person exhibits. His work appears regularly in national magazines, especially wilderness and conservation publications. He is one of the most eminent nature and landscape photographers in the United States. He has been a freelancer for 33 years, and a member of the American Society of Media Photographers for 30 years.

ROBERT GLENN KETCHUM was one of three photographers, along with Ansel Adams and Roger Tory Person, selected by the editors of Audubon magazine to be named among the 100 champions of conservation “who shaped the environmental movement in the 20th century.“ He was also singled out by American Photo magazine as one of the 100 most important people in photography. His work is represented in most of the major collections in the United States and, since 1968, he has had over 500 one-man and group shows. He also served for 15 years as the Curator of Photography for the National Park Foundation.

RICK SCHAFER is a freelance photographer from Portland, Oregon, who specializes in large- and medium-format scenic photography. His stepfather was Ray Atkeson, Oregon’s most well-known photographer and a pioneer of regional landscape photography. This connection provided Schafer with a rich legacy of more than 60 years of photographic experience. More of Schafer’s Oregon work can be seen in his books Portrait of Oregon and Magnificent Places Oregon Coast. He also conducts photo workshops at locations on the Oregon coast.

WOOD SABOLD launched his professional photography career about eight years ago with a move to Bandon, Oregon. His large-format photography has since been published in national and regional publications, including Oregon Coast, Oregon Outside, and Northwest Travel. He teaches the Art of Photography course for the Outreach and Professional Development program of southwestern Oregon Community College.

TOM BEAN has been compiling his 100,000-image stock photography library for more than 20 years in the business. His images of landscapes, geology, earth science, wildlife, outdoor sports, travel, and other subjects have appeared in hundreds of publications. Recent credits include National Geographic Traveler, Reader’s Digest, Sierra Magazine, Travel Holiday, as well as most major textbook houses. He lives in Flagstaff, Arizona.