Identify where the artist from? Grew up? Time period?
James Karales, photographer born on July 15, 1930, was well known for his work with Look magazine photographing the civil rights movements. He was born in New York giving him more of a chance with big magazine companies. He got to work on photographing Dr. King and his family. Karales wanted to be an electrical engineer, that what he majored in in collage, but after seeing his roommate do photography he decided to switch his major so he could also do photography. He became a dark room assistant for Eugene Smith to learn even more about photography. Eventually he went on to make his own prints, photographing the life of working citizens.