He received many awards for his academic achievements in mathematics. He began photography in the year 1856. Photography grew to be his source of inspiration because of the still-life, statues, landscape and trees that his photographs were consisted of.
Sally Mann was an American photographer who was born on 1st May 1951 in Virginia, Lexington City. She was married to Larry Mann and they had three children; Virginia, Jessie and Emmet. She did her Bachelor’s degree at Hollins College. And she did her masters in writing at the same college. She began photographing in the 1970s. She mainly took photographs of landscapes across North America. Her works on Man’s children made her popular and also brought a lot of critics on her works (Sally, and Price 2012).
In Mann’s picture she exhibited children in naked postures. She exploited their innocence, and at the same time she also depicted and brought out message of solitude, vulnerabilities, and structured behaviour in the childhood. She mainly used black and white photographs. All her works were still photos of her children. Her works allowed the audience to share and appreciate the beauty of the body and the sexuality of the body in the purist mode and form of nature. Carroll photographs were similar to Mann’s as they both mainly involved landscapes still-life and trees (Sally, and Price 2012). He took photos of young girls to bring out different story lines and themes. Carroll mainly used colour in his photographs but other pieces were done in black and white in order to bring out the elegant effect. He also took photos of old men. Socially their pictures were distasteful to the audience as they seemed exploitative to the young girl children. Despite this the photographs exhibited childhood tendencies that were on the basis of sexual habitation, innocence and adolescence development of feeling, touching and attachment of opposite sex. Their stylistic approaches were