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(Photo by Strobist reader Sam Simon) Welcome to Lighting 101. You may not realize it yet, but you have just stepped through a door that may change your photography forever. Over the past few years, over three million people from nearly every country in the world have begun their lighting education right here.
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These days, everyone's a photographer, from the studio owner shooting weddings on the weekends, to your cousin with a camera phone. Cameras are more widely available now than ever before, and many people are discovering a love for photography. Some even choose to pursue it as a career, taking on photography courses or a full degree in the subject. Whether you're a serious student, accomplished artist, or a hobbyist, there is much to learn from these icons of photography, both from today and years past. Alfred Stieglitz : Alfred Stieglitz is known as the patron saint of straight photography, pioneering the idea that a photo should be about the subject, moment, and artist's vision rather than a contrived manipulation.