A Moment. Master Photographers: Portraits by Michael Somoroff is a body of work Michael Somoroff made thirty-five years ago. He took it upon himself to photograph in-depth his heroes and mentors, the master photographers of the twentieth century. Michael Somoroff had been introduced to their work and subsequently to many of the photographers themselves by his father, the pre-eminent still-life photographer Ben Somoroff.
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