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Elliot's grandfather, George Rodger, founded the Magnum photo agency who covered the D-Day landings

Peter Rodger, father of Santa Barbara mass murderer Elliot Rodger (pictured), has spoken of his 'inconceivable pain' after son's shooting spree, adding that his 'heart goes out' to victims' families.

Ian Berry – Inspiration from Masters of Photography. Ian Berry (born 1934 in Preston, Lancashire, England) is a photojournalist.Berry moved to South Africa in 1952, where he soon taught himself photography.He worked under the tutelage of Roger Madden, a South African photographer who had been an assistant to Ansel Adams.After some time as an amateur photographer, but he soon became more interested in freelance work. http://www.ianberrymagnum.com/

Ian Berry was born in Preston, England. It was in Berry moved to South Africa, a place which brought him great recognition. Berry started to learn p

Willy Ronis : "Il y a parfois des moments qui sont si forts que j'ai peur de les tuer en faisant une photo" - Arts & Spectacles - France Culture

Willy Ronis : "Il y a parfois des moments qui sont si forts que j'ai peur de les tuer en faisant une photo"

Willy Ronis : "Il y a parfois des moments qui sont si forts que j'ai peur de les tuer en faisant une photo" - Arts & Spectacles - France Culture

"Françoise Demulder was a French war photographer who in 1976 became the first woman to win the prestigious World Press Photo of the Year award. The winning image was a black-and-white photo of a Palestinian woman raising her hands at a masked militiaman in Beirut's war-ravaged La Quarantaine district. Demulder died on 3 September 2008 aged 61, having suffered a heart attack at a hospital in the Paris suburb of Levallois-Perret."

French war photographer Francoise Demulder, the first woman to win the prestigious World Press Photo award, has died at age 61 of a heart attack at her home in the Paris suburb of Levallois.

Washington DC, Press Photographers with Cameras on Steps

Washington DC, Press Photographers with cameras on steps. Created between 1909 and 1923 on a glass negative by the National Photo Company Collection.

Vietnam Photojournalists - Philip Jones Griffiths (18 February 1936 – 19 March 2008) was a Welsh photojournalist known for his coverage of the Vietnam war.

Vietnam Photojournalists - Philip Jones Griffiths February 1936 – 19 March was a Welsh photojournalist known for his coverage of the Vietnam war.

Timeless Wisdom from Magnums David Hurn: Wear Good Shoes

Timeless Wisdom from Magnum’s David Hurn: Wear Good Shoes

Happy 97th, David Douglas Duncan.    The photographer lived through most of the 20th century, and is still alive well into the 21st. He remains, decades after he stopped covering armed conflicts, one of history’s preeminent war photographers. That he is so much more than a war photographer, though, is only one of the reasons we celebrate his birthday and his incomparably productive life.

David Douglas Duncan's pictures from the Korean War: the best, truest photographic chronicle of America's brutal 'Forgotten War.

Né à Arles en 1934, Lucien Clergue est l\\\'un des photographes les plus importants de sa génération. Grand ami de Pablo Picasso mais également proche de Jean Cocteau et Salvador Dalí, Lucien Clergue apparait comme un témoin privilégié de cette période artistique intense.Il se fait connaître grâce à ses photos ...

Les fantastiques Nus de Lucien Clergue