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Gerry Kopelow

Gerry Kopelow is a veteran photographer specializing in architectural photography and photography of the performing arts. His textbooks on photography, which include Architectural Photography the Digital Way and How to Photograph Buildings and Interiors, are distributed worldwide and are respected as definitive works in the field. He lectures at the Harvard Graduate School of Design and the Cooper Union School of Architecture in New York, while operating a photography studio in Winnipeg.

All Our Changes

Images from the Sixties Generation

Gerry Kopelow (Author), Doug Smith (Introduction)

Photographer Gerry Kopelow came of age in the late sixties. At the age of eighteen, with camera in hand he hit the road on a cross-country photographic journey that took him from Winnipeg to Toronto and Ottawa, and All Our Changes is his stunning collection of 160 black and white photographs taken between 1968 and 1970.