Pedro E. Guerrero
A Photographer's Journey
Part of the Series: American Masters

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Pedro E. Guerrero - A Photographer's Journey
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jayne

Enjoyed 2 documentaries about and by photographers. First was Pedro Guerrera and then John Stakowsky. I may not be spelling the names of these 2 artistic photographers, but I learned a lot from the films. I especially enjoyed the film about Guerrera. Stawkowski had great dry humor. All ...Read more

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