Think of jazz photography, and you must think of Herman Leonard, the shutterbug whose moody shots of the '40s and '50s jazz pantheon of 52nd Street and Harlem capture the soul of that musical era like the backlit wisps of smoke so often seen drifting through his famous frames. Those images -- of Count Basie, Billie Holiday, Charlie Parker, Miles Davis and anyone else who haunted the jazz clubs of New York City back in the day -- are instantly recognizable to aficionados now, so it's hard to imagine that Leonard sat on the sacred shots for thirty years while pursuing a more commercial photography career and raising a family on the... More >>>