The third module for the class required that we tackle one photographer and discuss why his photography appealed to us. I decided on Ezra Stoller. Here's my take:
Buildings and other works of architecture, as they were, are just massive, impersonal edifices. It takes an uncanny eye to capture their essence and bring them to life, and that is where Ezra Stoller comes in. His training as an architect shows in his exceptional ability to capture architecture from just the right angle and just the right light, producing photographs that convey a sense of continuity, depth, expansiveness and symmetry.