Alfred Stieglitz, Dorothy Norman, 1931 I like how reserved this photo is. The model does not show her face, making her look shy and quiet. Her back shown to the camera is different because usually in photographs, the subject is facing the camera.
Alfred Stieglitz, Flat-Iron Building, 1903 The depth of field encourages an interesting perspective, which involves two subjects. The bare tree and the building behind snow-covered trees. The texture remains throughout.
Eleanor (Multiple exposure), 1942 (Harry Callahan)-Eleanor Callahan, the muse for her husband, Harry Callahan, whose varied and sensual photographs of her taken over more than 50 years can be said to rank with Alfred Stieglitz’s of Georgia O’Keeffe.