Alex Webb arrived on the scene at a moment when photographers were looking for new ways of seeing and working in color. While most photojournalism was still being done in black and white in the late 1970s, Webb felt like heʼd reached a dead end with the black and white photos heʼd been shooting in New England and around New York.
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