This weeks Fine Art Friday is William Eggleston, one of the first photographers to make color photography considered fine art. He first began photographing in black and white and began to experiment with color in 1965. He went on to teach his talents at Harvard University in 1973.
His work is characterized by ordinary subject matter captured in a not so ordinary way.
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