Legends of the Lens

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"Fronds and Windows" by Pete Turner '57

‘University Magazine’ gets up close and personal with three great photographers.

The mid-1950s were exciting years for RIT’s School of Photography. The first students to complete the new bachelor’s degree program in photography graduated in 1956. Several of the graduates from that era became internationally known pioneers in the field of photography.

Three of them are profiled in the current issue of RIT: The University Magazine. They are Bruce Davidson '54, Pete Turner '56, and Carl Chiarenza '57.