The two of them later separated aliases and published their work independently.
French humanist photographer known for his portraits, photojournalism and shots of Paris life. Ken Domon One of the most important Japanese documentary photographers of the s and 60s.
Remy Duval French photographer who operated in the area between Pictorialism and Neue Sachlichkeit. George Eastman American innovator who invented roll film as a replacement for photographic plates.
Harold E Edgerton American electrical engineer and photographer. Inventor of the high-speed or stroboscope flash. Alfred Ehrhardt German Bauhaus student and landscape photographer in the style of Neue Sachlichkeit.
Ed van der Elsken Celebrated Dutch lens-based artist, greatly influenced by s existentialism.
Hugo Erfurth German photographer noted for his theatre, expressive dance and portrait photography. Louis Faurer American fashion photographer also noted for his street scenes, influenced by Robert Frank and Alexey Brodovitch.
Andreas Feininger French born student of the Bauhaus design school who created a series of acclaimed images of New York.
German-American cartoonist, Cubist painter and Bauhaus teacher, he was also a talented photographer. Noted for his fashion, portrait and street photography. Trude Fleishmann Austrian photographer specializing in nudes, dance photography and portraits of Viennese artists during the s.
Cristina Garcia Rodero Spanish photographer who focuses on encapturing the customs, traditions, religious rites and festivals of her native country. Mario Giacomelli One of the best known post-war Italian art photographers, noted for her shots of people and landscapes. Rolf Gillhausen German photojournalist, later art director at Stern magazine.
Taboo-breaking American photographer, who specializes in socially marginalized groups. Also known for the "High Summer" pictures in his Ukadia series of photos. Milton H Greene One of the best paid fashion photographers in America, also noted for his stylish portraits of Marilyn Monroe.
Sid Grossman American cameraman, founder member of the Photo League, noted for his socially critical photography. Franz Christian Gundlach b. Raoul Hausmann Austrian co-founder of Berlin Dada and co-inventor of the photomontage with Hanna HochRaoul Hausmann also produced photograms, portraits, landscapes and nudes.
Robert Capa (born Endre Friedmann; October 22, – May 25, ) was a Hungarian war photographer and photojournalist as well as the companion and professional partner of photographer Gerda Taro. He is considered by some to be the greatest combat and adventure photographer in schwenkreis.comality: Hungarian. Cornell Capa (born Kornél Friedmann) (Hungarian-American, b. —) During the course of his life, Cornell Capa has had three major and interrelated careers. First, as a photographer, he worked extensively for Life magazine and has long been a member of the influential Magnum agency. Cornell Capa (April 10, – May 23, ) was a Hungarian American photographer, member of Magnum Photos, photo curator, and the younger brother of .
Pioneer of photographic art in post-war Germany. John Heartfield Helmut Herzfeld Founder member of Berlin Dadathe avant-garde artist John Heartfield was a pioneer in political photomontage during the s and 30s. John Herschel Experimental British scientist responsible for the cyanotype process and was the first to coin the terms "photography", "negative" and "positive".
Lucien Herve Laszlo Elkan Hungarian humanist photographer noted in particular for his interpretations of architectural design by Le Corbusier Cornell Capa (born Kornél Friedmann) (Hungarian-American, b.
—) During the course of his life, Cornell Capa has had three major and interrelated careers. First, as a photographer, he worked extensively for Life magazine and has long been a member of the influential Magnum agency.
Cornell Capa is a well known Hungarian Photographer. Cornell Capa famous for contribution in professional life. Cornell Capa was born on 10 April, in Budapest, Hungary. Before became famous, Cornell Capa was a student. Cornell Capa (originally Cornell Friedmann) was born in Budapest and moved to Paris in to join his brother, Robert, who had escaped from the increasingly anti-Semitic climate of Hungary in Robert Capa, original name (Hungarian form) Friedmann Endre Ernő, (born , Budapest, Hungary—died May 25, , Thai Binh, Vietnam), photographer whose images of war made him one of the greatest photojournalists of the 20th century..
In and Capa worked for Dephot, a German picture agency, before establishing himself in Paris, where he assumed the name Robert Capa.
Robert Capa >One of the great war photographers, the photojournalist Robert Capa >(), born in Hungary, but a naturalized U.S.
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