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Born on October 10 in 1910, Julius Shulman is one of the most famous architectural photographers in the world. Shulman launched his career by photographing one of the designs of Richard Neutra, receiving the job from a friend. Neutra loved the photographs and recruited the photographer to take more architectural photos, ultimately leading Shulman to open his own photography studio.
The photographer became known for his keen ability to reveal the concepts and ideas behind each building while reflecting the hopes and ideals of a generation. Shulman went on to photograph the designs of some of the most famous architects in history, such as Charles and Ray Eames, Pierre Koenig, and Frank Lloyd Wright.
Recommended Read: Julius Shulman: The Man Behind The Lens