He ended up working for other studios and was one of the first photographer's to do an outdoor setting, which was unusual at the time. This was proposed by eventual Paramount photographer John Engstead.
His glamour photographs are as spectacular as any created by the Hollywood photographers of the time, including Hurrell and Bull.
Dyar died at 96 on December 26, 1988 in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Recently, one of his unique portaits of Elizabeth Taylor has been shown at the prestigous National Portrait Gallery in New York. And his originals also sell for in the thousands at auction and are worth every penny!
Two great photos of Anna May Wong.
A copy of the back of the above Trevor photo.
... and the stamp on back.
Another example of a back stamp.
Anna Lee in a 'key book' photo; the two hole punches on the left are proof that the photo most likely originated in a book of publicity (and other items) related to the film it represented.
The portait that was shown at the National Portrait Gallery of Elizabeth Taylor.
The photographer and his subject: Anna May Wong.