Photographer Steve McCurry's pictures of the colour and chaos of India
Tribal elders, hidden winding stairwells and mahouts sleeping next to their colourful elephants. These are the enchanting moments captured amid the chaos and colours of over 80 visits to one of the wo...
Jeanloup Sieff: Nudes
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22 Incredible Photos of Faraway Places
Chances are you already know Steve McCurry as the man who took one of the most iconic photos of our time. It was of a 12-year-old Afghan refugee girl who's piercing green eyes told us her harrowing st...
Robert Capa
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Nikos Economopoulos - Photo show
Nikos Economopoulos'un fotograflarindan olusan video. Muzik before the rain soundtrack. Kendi yapimimdir.
Gilles Peress
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Photographer Steve McCurry's pictures of the colour and chaos of India
Tribal elders, hidden winding stairwells and mahouts sleeping next to their colourful elephants. These are the enchanting moments captured amid the chaos and colours of over 80 visits to one of the wo...
Jeanloup Sieff: Nudes
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Raghu Rai
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Henri Cartier-Bresson
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George Rodger
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Brian Brake
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Born in Wellington, New Zealand, Brake was the adopted son of John Samuel Brake and his wife Jennie Brake (née C...
Bob Henriques
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Constantine Manos
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Josef Koudelka
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Elliott Erwitt
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Paul Fusco (photographer)
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Paul Fusco was born in Leominster, Massachusetts in 1930 and started pursuing photograp...
Micha Bar-Am
Micha Bar-Am (Hebrew: מיכה בר-עם) (born 1930 Berlin, Germany) is a renowned Israeli journalistic photographer. His images cover every aspect of life in Israel in the past sixty years.Since 1968 he has...
Richard Kalvar
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A trip to Europe in 1966 with a Pentax camera given him by French ...
Bruce Gilden
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Cornell Capa
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Erich Hartmann (photographer)
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Erich Hartmann, was born 29 July 1922 in Munich, Germany, the eldest child of parents wh...
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Larry Towell
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Towell grew up in a large family in rural Ontario, attending local schools. At college, he stu...
Peter Marlow (photographer)
Peter Marlow (born 1952, Kenilworth, England) is a British news photographer and member of Magnum Photos.
Marlow studied psychology at Manchester University, graduating in 1974. He began his photo...