There are three kinds of photography I'm interested in and I'd like to acquaint myself with work of people who are/were doing this kind of stuff. The first one is "photography of life". I'm a traveler, hitch-hicker, and I'm documenting my journeys. I'm looking for people who were doing similar stuff - documenting their life. Biggest name i know is Nan Goldin. The second one is creepy kind of document photography, very honest in brutal way. The best example is work of Diane Arbus. The third one is much more typical - documental photography about issues of regular persons - but things less cliche than hunger or being poor. Good examples would be dealing with death of someone close, dealing with some kind of natural disaster, etc. I don't know any names. I'm looking for both "grand masters", and contemporary photographers. Help me please!