Hard to imagine a more interesting story. She certainly forged her own way in life. My life definitely appears boring by comparison. When i read about "These Kinds" of people, it always seems as though they never needed a source like APUG. I have dedicated a larger portion of these last two years to learning about Photography/Printing. I have taken three photography classes and watched several Youtube videos. But.......Lee Miller, Martin Munkacsi...you watch their "bio", they pick up a camera one day, take a few snapshots, fall in love with Photography, somehow meet several famous Actors/Artists/Photographers/and assorted rich people.....and the next thing you know they are shooting frames of Hitler, or Fred Astaire, or living with Man Ray or having Harper's or Vogue throwing gobs of money at them as they open their own studio in some major city. You never once hear one of these big names say.......I was not sure which grade paper to use, or...i was not sure how big a test-strip should be, or.....do my negatives look Over Exposed or Under Exposed. Its like, 5 minutes into a 45 minute video they decided to "Be A Photographer", and at the 6 minute mark they are shooting frames of Katherine Hepburn, sleeping with John Wayne and playing Polo with the Duke and Duchess of Marlborough. Dorothea Lange.....got Polio, graduated High School, wanted to travel the world, but got robbed in San Francisco, and the next thing you know she has a photo studio and is making a living.....a few minutes more of the video and she has Migrant Mother hanging in God's Living Room and never once wondered if she should be using HC110 or D-76. I realize you cannot tell a whole life story in 45 minutes, something has to be left out, but you guys get my gist. While i am still learning to Dodge, Burn, Split Print and mix my own Hypo Clear, these people are already Famous Hollywood Photographers or setting the stage for what people will think or not think is Photo Journalism. While i am trying to figure out if i should flash a print for 0.3 seconds or 0.5 seconds, Charles Sheeler is being asked by Henry Ford to Photograph one of the Worlds Biggest and most Famous Industrial Factories that mankind will ever see, and making some of the most stunning photos as well. It all seems a bit Deflating at times.