VSCO does a good profile on one of my early favorite color photographers, William Eggleston. His subject matter isn’t going to be of interest to many of you, but to me, I think he basically pioneered the art of seeing the extraordinary in the ordinary. Whether it was objects, landscapes, or people, Eggleston had a spectacular way of capturing those things in a way that made them look like glorified snapshots (which they were, I suppose). I just like the look of his images and the way they make me feel.
By the way, I still really want his book Chromes.