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After beginning his career as a photojournalist for a daily newspaper in southern California, Dan Winters moved to New
York to begin a celebrated career that has since led to more than one hundred awards, including the Alfred Eisenstaedt
Award for Magazine Photography. An immensely respected portrait photographer, Dan is well known for an impeccable use of
light, color, and depth in his evocative images.
In Road to Seeing, Dan shares his journey to becoming a photographer, as well as key moments in his career that have
influenced and informed the decisions he has made and the path he has taken. Though this book appeals to the broader
photography audience, it speaks primarily to the student of photography—whether enrolled in school or not—and addresses
such topics as creating a visual language; the history of photography; the portfolio; street photography; personal
projects; his portraiture work; and the need for key characteristics such as perseverance, awareness, curiosity, and
By relaying both personal experiences and a kind of philosophy on photography, Road to Seeing tells the reader how one
photographer carved a path for himself, and in so doing, helps equip the reader to forge his own.