We seldom see photos of our favorite photographers with the cameras that they use. Here are a few portraits of some photographers, some they took by themselves while others were taken by another photographer.
Horoji Kubota is a Japanese photographer who lived in the United States but eventually went back to his homeland to revisit his roots. Learn more about him and see his work after the break.
Kawanabe Kyosai was a renowned Japanese artist known for his dark paintings. View some of his commissioned works after the break.
In 1955, engineer Michael King was sent to Korea for his national service. While he was there, he was able to document the lives of the citizens after the war. Take a look at some of his Kodachrome photos after the jump.