Photographer Wayne F. Miller, who helped revolutionize documentary photography and lead the movement to renew California’s forests, died on May 22, 2013 at age 94. Mr. Miller, born in Chicago, Illinois in 1918, began his career over the Pacific, shooting photographs of the Pacific combat theater during World War II, having been hand selected by Capt. Edward Steichen for his elite naval combat photographic unit that documented the war effort.
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