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Twice in NYT
A Photographer Whose Subject Is Everyday Life
Judith Joy Ross, who has been taking portraits for decades, is the subject of a large retrospective at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
In her photography archive on the second floor of her yellow house here, there is a box marked “downers,” containing what she considers bad prints of good images.
Ms. Ross, who has been taking pictures for nearly 60 years, has never been much of a self-promoter.