Julius Shulman

Renowned architectural photographer Julius Shulman died in his home on July 15 at the age of 98. In January, editor Mary Melton profiled Shulman, who defined L.A. in images and exported the city’s mythology to the rest of the world
Photographs by Dan Winters

Lens Master

By Mary Melton

His images—from the works of Richard Neutra and Rudolph Schindler to Albert Frey, Charles and Ray Eames, and the Case Study House architects—have defined Los Angeles since 1936 and exported the city’s mythology to the world. In 36 exposures, we tell the life story in words and pictures of the charming, brilliant, and cantankerous architectural photographer Julius Shulman
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Picture Perfect

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