Timekeeper: Photographer Anthony Friedkin
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Jamie Brisick takes a look at photographer Anthony Friedkin’s work over the years. Friedkin is a surf photographer by trade, however you won’t find him pointing his camera at the pipeline masters or the “cash register barrels of Teahupoo”. Rather his work is more inspired by the black and white golden era masters, like Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Frank, and Andre Kertesz.