Most photographers have little influence on the art world. A very few talented people might shape fine art photography in some slight way. William Eggleston revolutionized fine art photography. Twice. He was part of the movement that brought vivid color to art photography, and he introduced the notion of the 'democratic camera.' In Eggleston's view, everything is worthy of being photographed if it's photographed with dispassionate fascination — if you photograph it like you're seeing it for the very first time.