Ryszard Horowitz inducted to the International Photography Hall of Fame

(Robert Słuszniak / KRK FILM)
Ryszard Horowitz (Robert Słuszniak / KRK FILM)

ST. LOUIS, November 18, 2017 — Ryszard Horowitz was inducted to the International Photography Hall of Fame. Photographer was recognized for his contribution to the photography industry as the pioneer in multi-image special effects photography that predates digital imaging.

The IPHF annually awards and inducts notable photographers or photography industry visionaries for their artistry, innovation, and significant contributions to the art and science of photography. Ryszard Horowitz joined 79 other artists and innovators, including: Richard Avedon, Annie Leibovitz, Henri Cartier-Bresson and Steve Jobs.

Ryszard Horowitz is starring in KRK FILM’s latest documentary about his early life in Poland during World War II.