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Mario De Biasi
Families fleeing after the arrival of the Soviets at the border between Hungary and Austria, Budapest, 1956
From Fotografia, Professione E Passione

liquidnight:

Mario De Biasi

Families fleeing after the arrival of the Soviets at the border between Hungary and Austria, Budapest, 1956

From Fotografia, Professione E Passione

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Howard Clifford running off the Tacoma Narrows Bridge during its collapse.
Tacoma, Washington, November 7, 1940
[From the UW Digital Collection]

liquidnight:

Howard Clifford running off the Tacoma Narrows Bridge during its collapse.

Tacoma, Washington, November 7, 1940

[From the UW Digital Collection]

(via 20th Century American Photojournalism | Le Journal de la Photographie)

Daily News, “Maggie Swampwater, Woman Indian Guide”, 1950 silver gelatin print on glossy fibre paper, printed by April 26 1950 

(via 20th Century American Photojournalism | Le Journal de la Photographie)

Daily News, “Maggie Swampwater, Woman Indian Guide”, 1950 silver gelatin print on glossy fibre paper, printed by April 26 1950 

lauramcphee:

Belfast, 1971 (Henri Bureau)

lauramcphee:

Belfast, 1971 (Henri Bureau)

liquidnight:

Robert Capa
Haifa, Israel, 1949
From Robert Capa: The Definitive Collection

liquidnight:

Robert Capa

Haifa, Israel, 1949

From Robert Capa: The Definitive Collection

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Al Fenn
New York City, February 4, 1960
[From the Life  Photo Archive]

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Al Fenn

New York City, February 4, 1960

[From the Life Photo Archive]

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Dorothea Lange
“One of Chris Adolph’s younger children”
Farm Security Administration Rehabilitation clients
Washington, Yakima Valley, near Wapato, August 1939
[via Shorpy]

liquidnight:

Dorothea Lange

“One of Chris Adolph’s younger children”

Farm Security Administration Rehabilitation clients

Washington, Yakima Valley, near Wapato, August 1939

[via Shorpy]

liquidnight:

Russell Lee
Josie Caudill looking over slab fence on her father’s farm
Pie Town, New Mexico, May 1940
[From the Library of Congress]

liquidnight:

Russell Lee

Josie Caudill looking over slab fence on her father’s farm

Pie Town, New Mexico, May 1940

[From the Library of Congress]

mementomorishayan:

Gerda Taro photographed for little more than a year when she was killed in Brunete, Spain by a Republican tank which veered out of control while under attack by Franco’s forces. She died the next day of her wounds in a field hospital. In our film we managed to get unique footage of the nurse who was with Gerda when she died. The last thing Gerda asked for was her cameras. Capa, Chim and Taro all died with cameras around their necks, documenting war. In this week’s TIME Magazine it states a quote from our film by Ben Shneiderman, Capa’s nephew. “The film pays tribute to the spirit of three extraordinary photographers Capa, Tara and Seymour who passionately believed that photographs could change and shape the way we see the world.” Our film speaks about the power of photography, the power of information, and how that continues to lead to change. Our Kickstarter site is about helping contribute to a culture which asks for truth and change, which honors photographers committed to that journey! We cannot do the work we need to do for this film without your support! Please tell your friends help us reach our goal! PASS ON THE WORD. This film matters. Thank you.

ttp://www.kickstarter.com/projects/628470324/the-mexican-suitcase-gets-a-chance-for-academy-nom

mementomorishayan:

Gerda Taro photographed for little more than a year when she was killed in Brunete, Spain by a Republican tank which veered out of control while under attack by Franco’s forces. She died the next day of her wounds in a field hospital. In our film we managed to get unique footage of the nurse who was with Gerda when she died. The last thing Gerda asked for was her cameras. Capa, Chim and Taro all died with cameras around their necks, documenting war. In this week’s TIME Magazine it states a quote from our film by Ben Shneiderman, Capa’s nephew. “The film pays tribute to the spirit of three extraordinary photographers Capa, Tara and Seymour who passionately believed that photographs could change and shape the way we see the world.” Our film speaks about the power of photography, the power of information, and how that continues to lead to change. Our Kickstarter site is about helping contribute to a culture which asks for truth and change, which honors photographers committed to that journey! We cannot do the work we need to do for this film without your support! Please tell your friends help us reach our goal! PASS ON THE WORD. This film matters. Thank you.

ttp://www.kickstarter.com/projects/628470324/the-mexican-suitcase-gets-a-chance-for-academy-nom
liquidnight:

Two girls on the south coast of England look out toward the beach through a barbed wire fence constructed as part of Britain’s coastal defenses, 1940
From the Library of Congress
[via The Atlantic]

liquidnight:

Two girls on the south coast of England look out toward the beach through a barbed wire fence constructed as part of Britain’s coastal defenses, 1940

From the Library of Congress

[via The Atlantic]