What’s up photography fans! As you know I usually talk here about all kinds of street photography and photojournalism. The photo I would like to talk about today is a photo that changed the war in Vietnam, a very important photo in the history of photography. Let’s check out the The Terror of War by Nick Ut, 1972.
Today I would like to talk about a very special photo, which ended up winning the 1st prize in the Sports, Singles category of the 2019 Photo Contest of the World press photo. Let’s check out Boxing in Katanga!
Today I would like to talk about the photo that was the Soviet’s “answer” to Rosenthal’s Iwo Jima photograph, the photo that symbolizes the victory of Red army over Nazis. Let’s talk aboutthis iconic photo of World War 2, Raising a Flag over the Reichstag.
Today I want to talk about a very famous picture taken by Joe Rosenthal, a picture that represented a symbol of unity in the Second World War and earned him a Pulitzer Prize. Let’s take a look at Flag Raising on Iwo Jima.
Today I would like to talk about a very special photo. A photo that basically marks the beginning of snapshot photography. Taken by legendary street photographer Henri Cartier Bresson. Lets check out the Place de l'Europe Gare Saint Lazare.
Today I would like to talk about a photo taken by one of the most well known war photographer Robert Capa, the photo that is very famous and also little controversial. So let’s check out The Falling Soldier.