With their distinctive style, captivating images and stunning backgrounds, famous portraits have become a staple of the digital era.
Whether they’re shots taken by famous photographers like David Binder or the famous people in their lives like Tom Selleck or Mark Frost, these iconic images have become staples of the Internet and have become icons for those who want to follow in their footsteps.
So who are some photographers that have influenced our favorite photos?
Here are some notable photographers who have taken the most famous photos of your childhood, your job, your friends, or yourself.1.
David BindersDavid Binder is a famous portrait photographer whose career spanned nearly two decades, from 1971 until 1997.
He’s the photographer that most closely resembled the way the people he photographed looked, from their clothes to their expressions.
Binder has been criticized for being a bit too similar to famous portrait artists like Edward Weston, but his work is still revered by his fans and fans of other photographers.2.
Tom Sells Tom SelsenThe iconic Tom Seltzer has a reputation for taking portraits of famous people, like President John F. Kennedy and Elvis Presley.
Selserons photos have been widely circulated online, with fans using them to promote their own businesses.3.
Mark FrostMark Frost is perhaps the most recognizable photographer of the 20th century.
Frost was born in Detroit, Michigan in 1929, and later studied at the Art Institute of Chicago.
He was a successful photographer of all kinds, from the street and portrait to documentary and still photography.4.
Richard BurtonRichard Burton is an American photographer who was born on November 29, 1924 in Washington, DC.
He has a career that spans nearly 20 years, from 1966 to 1981.
Burton’s work has been widely used in promotional material and in publications including Time magazine and the New Yorker.5.
Edward WestonEdward Weston is an English photographer and film maker.
He is best known for his series of portraits of George Bernard Shaw, the legendary actor.
Weston was the first to use the term “the best” in the English language.
He went on to shoot several more famous actors.
He won an Oscar for his portrait of John F Kennedy.6.
Mark VincenzettiMark Vincenzo is an Italian photographer and filmmaker.
He started his career in the late 1960s, when he was working for the Italian magazine The New Yorker, but he went on a major career with The New York Times, and became one of the leading photographers of the 21st century.7.
Mark CrouchMark Crouch is a renowned photographer and the creator of the iconic Polaroid photographs.
He shot more than 300 Polaroid prints in the 1960s and 1970s, including some of his most famous works like the iconic “Gimme Shelter” from the film “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.”8.
Tom FrestonTom Frestons work has inspired many photographers, including Robert De Niro and Steven Spielberg.
In addition, he is a founding member of the Photography Museum of New York and a member of The Photography Institute of America.9.
Bob FosseBob Fossel is an artist, photographer, director and composer.
Fossels photography is celebrated worldwide, and his work has become an iconic part of popular culture.
His paintings have been featured in the cover of Time, and he was nominated for an Oscar in 1976 for “The Night That Never Came.”10.
Frank Lloyd WrightFrank Lloyd Wright is a prominent American architect, who lived in New York from 1909 until his death in 1937.
He created structures for hospitals and schools in his home city of New Orleans, and was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics for his work in the 1920s.11.
Bill BrysonBill Bryson is a celebrated filmmaker who has received multiple Oscars, including a Golden Globe and the Oscar for Best Director.
Bryson has won multiple Academy Awards, including Best Picture, for “Pulp Fiction,” “Blue Velvet,” “The Deer Hunter,” and “Dazed and Confused.”12.
Tom HanksTom Hanks is an actor and filmmaker who is best remembered for his portrayal of the villain in the film, “The Departed.”
He is a major player in American cinema, and in the 1950s he appeared in movies like “The Graduate” and “The Shawshank Redemption.”13.
Terry GilliamTerry Gilliam is an acclaimed director of documentary films.
He made his name in the 1980s with films like “Rio Bravo” and his documentary film “Oscar.”14.
John CarterJohn Carter is an Australian photographer whose work has garnered acclaim from film and television critics.
His work was featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show and on the History Channel, and many of his famous images are available online.15.
David FincherDavid Finchers works closely with his subjects to capture the essence of their personalities and moods.
He recently worked on films like the upcoming