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Fraser Reid (September 30, 1980, Irvine, North Ayrshire).[1] is a Scottish Street photographer known for his unique style of Black and White imagery.


Reid Studied photojournalism at Glasgow City College where he developed his unique style of black and white presentation through being inflenced by the work of the great photojournalists from the golden era of the art. This includes Robert Capa, W. Eugene Smith, and Catherine Leroy, However he claims his single biggest photographic influence to be that of British Photographic Icon David Bailey.


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