Todd Webb (1905 – 2000) is an an American Photographer. Webb’s photography career began with Callahan on a workshop taught from Ansel Adams. The workshop with Adams reaffirmed Webb’s interest in the sharp focus technique of “straight photography,” rejecting the popular manipulated methods of the Pictorialists. Webb soon developed his own unique style of photographing and was further encouraged by Alfred Stieglitz, the often considered “Godfather of modern photography,” to immerse himself in the medium. His work has been internationally exhibited, with important shows in New York, Santa Fe, Tokyo and London. Todd Webb’s work is in the collections of fifteen major museums, including the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), NY; the Metropolitan Museum of Art; the Chicago Art Institute; and the George Eastman House, Rochester, NY.