Although group photography is a genre widely practiced in the United States by local photographers for every type of group or association, it is mainly rather conventional, often focused mostly on the number of members and their positions, placed like pawns in some spectacular landscape. In the 1980s, Neal Slavin gained success and recognition by revolutionizing this photographic style. He used his very different...
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