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Self-portrait with camera, by Edward Steichen <<-- this is Edward Weston, not Edward Steichen History Of Photography, Modern Photography, Camera Photography, Vintage Photography, Black And White Photography, Minimalist Photography, Color Photography, Edward Steichen, Edward Weston

Edward Steichen, self-portrait with a box camera, c. 1910

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Gerda Taro was a war photographer, and the companion and the professional partner of photographer Robert Capa. Taro is regarded as the first female photojournalist to cover the front lines of a war and to die while doing so. Vietnam, The Spanish American War, Killed In Action, Henri Cartier Bresson, Foto Art, Famous Photographers, Great Women, Portraits, Before Us

Gerda Taro, first female war photographer. Killed by a tank while covering the Spanish-American War. She was 26.

August Sander: Farm Children: 1920 “ On a muddy roadside that reveals evidence of recent rain stand three children from a farming family with their dog and a toy horse. August Sander captured the familial relationship by focusing on the similarities. Vintage Children Photos, Vintage Pictures, Old Pictures, Vintage Images, August Sander, Eugene Atget, Old Photography, Getty Museum, Vintage Dog

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This photo shows me that the two big brothers are very protective over their little sister and that the dog is also there to help. Eugene Atget captured the expressions of the children probably when he first encountered them because they look almost frightened that he was standing in their vicinity. All of the children look almost intimidated.

*SLAVERY ~ The children of plantation sharecropper Lonnie Fair preparing food on wood stove in a sparsely furnished shack. Scott, Mississippi, USA, (Photograph by Alfred Eisenstaedt. Vintage Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Rare Photos, Dust Bowl, Great Depression, Black History Facts, African American History, Photo Archive

Two daughters of sharecropper Lonnie Fair in a sparsely furnished shack. Photograph by Alfred Eisenstaedt. Scott, Mississippi,1936.

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Art is a journey into the most unknown thing of all - oneself. Nobody knows his own frontiers… I...

Silhouetted women in headscarves prepare food in a makeshift home on the streets of Vienna after the end of WW II. (Photo by Ernst Haas/Ernst Haas/Getty Images) Photography Workshops, Fine Art Photography, Street Photography, Saul Leiter, Magnum Photos, Fotojournalismus, Famous Photographers, Photo Black, Museum Of Modern Art

Ernst Haas: "I am not interested in shooting new things - I am interested to see things new"

Ernst Haas by Dan Budnick, 1964 Ernst Haas (March 2, 1921, Vienna – September 12, 1986, New York) was an Austrian artist and influential photographer noted for his innovations in color photography, experiments in abstract light and form, and as a member of the Magnum Photos agency. Haas attended medical school in Austria, but, in 1947, left to become a staff photographer for the magazine Heute. His photo essay for the magazine on prisoners of war coming home to Vienna won him acclaim and an…