Inspiration Features Masters Series: Robert Glenn Ketchum American Photo: His activism has made him one of the most influential photographers of our time. | Published Mar 17, 2010 12:28 AM Inspiration From Rivers of Life: Southwest Alaska, The Last Great Salmon Fishery.. Robert Glenn Ketchum SHARE From The Tongass: Alaska’s Vanishing Rain Forest. Robert Glenn Ketchum An image from Ketchum’s Sundance Institute artist’s residency that appears on the cover of the Amon Carter Museum’s retrospective Regarding the Land: Robert Glenn Ketchum and the Legacy of Eliot Porter. Robert Glenn Ketchum From Northwest Passage. Robert Glenn Ketchum From Overlooked in America. Robert Glenn Ketchum From The Hudson River and the Highlands. Robert Glenn Ketchum From The Tongass: Alaska’s Vanishing Rain Forest. Robert Glenn Ketchum An image from the book’s second edition that shows a clearcut in an area of the Tongass outside the newly declared National Forest. Robert Glenn Ketchum From Ketchum’s 2005 Aperture book, Wood-Tikchik: Alaska’s Largest State Park. Robert Glenn Ketchum From Overlooked in America: The Success and Failure of Federal Land Management. Robert Glenn Ketchum From The Tongass: Alaska’s Vanishing Rain Forest. Robert Glenn Ketchum A loom-woven Chinese screen from 2006’s Regarding the Land. Robert Glenn Ketchum Features MORE TO READ RELATED Rankin’s flaming dandelions are a perfect metaphor for an exploding world The legendary British fashion & portrait photographer turned his camera to an unlikely subject during the COVID-19 lockdowns. READ NOW RELATED In a self-portrait series, Chinelle Rojas reclaims her identity Plus, she shares her tips on how fellow photographers can create their own self-portrait series. RELATED Surf’s up: Show us your best images of the beach From beach umbrellas and perfect picnics to surfers catching waves, we want to see it all.