Alain Fleischer (1944, 10 January - ) was born - France, Paris. French photographer and filmmaker.
Josef Koudelka (1938, 10 January - ) was born - Czechoslovakia, Moravia, Boskovice nr. Brno. Czech photojournalist working with Magnum. It was his work with gypsies that helped to establish his reputation.
Nathan Lyons (1930, 10 January - 2016, 31 August) was born - US, NY, Jamaica. American photographer and teacher. Founder and director of the Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester, NY (USA).
F. Maxwell Lyte (1828, 10 January - 1906, 4 March) was born - Great Britain, Devon, Lower Brixham. Mining engineer by profession but a user and innovator of photographic processes. For health reasons he lived in France from 1853 until 1880 and became interested in photography in the company of John Stewart and Jean-Jacques Heilmann. He helped to More...
Will McBride (1931, 10 January - 2015, 29 January) was born - US, MO, St. Louis. American photographer.
B.J. Ochsner (1869, 10 January - 1953, 20 December) was born - US, WI, Prairie-du-Sac.
John Sanchez (1973, 10 January - ) was born - US, CA, Santa Barbara. American photographer who has done a series of portraits of artists and the art world.
John Nicholas Tressider (1819, 10 January - 1889, 27 May) was born.
Heinrich Zille (1858, 10 January - 1929, 9 August) was born - Germany, Radenburg nr Dresden. German painter, printmaker and photographer.
Major General James Graham Robert Douglas MacNeill (1842, 11 February - 1904, 10 January) died.
William Pearl (1832, October - 1899, 10 January) died - England, London.
Alfred Raquez (1865 - 1907, 10 January) died - France, Marseille. He travelled in China (Shanghai), Laos, Cambodia and Tonkin (Vietnam). Became editor of the Revue indochinoise and wrote articles on Laos that he illustrated with his own photographs. La Pagode (Decoly) of Saigon published many of his More...
Leon Van Loo (1841, 12 August - 1907, 10 January) died - US, OH, CIncinnati. Photographer, portrait painter, art collector - Born Ghent, Belgium, August 12, 1841. Active in Cincinnati from 1857 until retiring in 1866. Raised in Italy and Brazil, he attended college in Ghent, where he studied photography under Charles More...
Bradford Washburn (1910, 7 June - 2007, 10 January) died - US, MA, Lexington. Had a long relationship with National Geographic and accompanied many expeditions. Respected for his mountaineering photography and his aerial photography of remote areas.
In 1980 the Alexander Graham Bell Medal of the National More...
Marius De Zayas (1880, 13 March - 1861, 10 January) died - US, CT, Stamford. Mexican artist, writer and gallery owner who was involved with Camera Work and the artistic circle of Alfred Stieglitz and the Photo-Secession at "291" in New York.