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Robert Capa on D-Day, Hungarian War Photographer and Photojournalist. Co-founder of Magnum Photos in (Born Friedmann Endre - October 1913 – May 1954 (aged in Thai Binh, State of Vietnam.

St Ouen, near Paris. France. Sit-in strikers at the Lavalette Construction Company plant. By Robert Capa, (May-June, 1936)

St Ouen, near Paris. Sit-in strikers at the Lavalette Construction Company plant. By Robert Capa, (May-June,

Robert Capa - Ingrid Bergman, Hollywood, 1946

Budapest, 1920 On the London Eyewitness exhibition, presenting Hungarian photography, we are reported by.

Gerda Taro (1910–1937) was a pioneering photojournalist whose brief career consisted almost exclusively of dramatic photographs from the front lines of the Spanish Civil War. Her photographs were widely reproduced in the French leftist press, and incorporated the dynamic camera angles of New Vision photographyas well as a physical and emotional closeness to her subject. Taro worked alongside Robert Capa, who was her photographic as well as romantic partner, and the two collaborated closely.

Tragic story of Gerda Taro brought to life in new book

Gerda Taro, first female war photojournalist - died 1937 aged 27 - at the Battle of Brunete, in the Spanish Civil War

Doria Dowling and Silvana Mangano by Robert Capa

Doris Dowling y Silvana Mangano en el rodaje de Riso amaro (arroz amargo) por Giuseppe De Santis fotografiado por Robert Capa.

Albert Camus, Paris, 1944 -by Henri Cartier-Bresson [+] from Museum für Gestaltung Zürich

“wehadfacesthen: “ Albert Camus, a 1944 photo by Henri Cartier-Bresson ” “Nobody realizes that some people expend tremendous energy merely to be normal.