He was born blind in one eye. She used to be a fashion model in the swinging Sixties. Both were unlikely candidates to spend a good part of their lives behind a camera, but Albert Watson and Sarah Moon became, of all things, photographers. Looking at the world through a very different lens, they boast styles that couldn't be more disparate. The Scottish Watson produces clear, striking portraits. With a keen sense of composition and sometimes a twisted sense of humor, he's committed the likenesses of models, rock stars, celebrities, and even masked monkeys on film and painstakingly prints the results himself. Moon, in contrast, creates images as ethereal as her celestial name: haunting soft-focus shots of elegantly attired women and serene scenes from nature, all of which resemble paintings... More >>>