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Pioneer Fred Herzog's delicious colour street photographs of 1950s & '60s Vancouver | Creative Boom

Fred Herzog is known for his unusual use of colour in the fifties and sixties, a time when art photography was almost exclusively associated with black and white imagery. The Canadian photographe...

Fred Herzog - Inspiration from Masters of Photography - 121Clicks.com

Fred Herzog was born in September 21, 1930 Stuttgart, Germany and then later moved to Vancouver, Canada. Initially he started as a medical photographer in the department of Bio-medical Communication and was taught at the Simon Fraser University.

Colour His World: The Photography of Fred Herzog – Border Crossings Magazine

Border Crossings is a cultural magazine edited and published in Winnipeg. A local, international magazine, it is now in its 35th year of continuous publication. Edited by Meeka Walsh, it investigates contemporary culture through a combination of articles, reviews, interviews and portfolios of photographs and drawings.

Vancouver flashback | Georgia Straight Vancouver's News & Entertainment Weekly, Hasting Street 1968.

Fred Herzog’s history-making photographs have documented the changing city in 80,000 frames During the half-century in which Fred Herzog has been photographing Vancouver, the city has not simply matured or evolved, as urban places are commonly said to do. Rather, it has mutated from one species of town into another.

Fred Herzog

Fred Herzog was born in Germany in 1930 and immigrated to Vancouver, Canada, in 1953. Herzog’s use of colour film in the 1950s and ’60s was revolutionary, coming long before colour photography came to be regarded as a serious medium for art or documentary photography. He is now being reconsidered in the history of street photography in relation to Saul Leiter, Helen Levitt, Ernst Haas, …