Carlton L. "Carl" Clark, a photographer whose camera caught what a critic called "knowing recitals of the ordinary moments," died of cancer Thursday at his Pikesville home. He was 82.
A much-praised and widely exhibited photographer, Mr. Clark came to Baltimore in the early 1970s and established a Reservoir Hill studio. He photographed scenes of everyday life — women leaving church, men standing on a corner and people riding a subway.
A 2000 article in The Baltimore Sun said, "He is a visual historian, a social documentarian and a wry teller of tales that otherwise almost surely would go unrecorded."
Born in Boston's Roxbury...