To Those We Lost (via Iconic Photos)

Robert Capa has been a inspiration to just so many. And the lines by him “if your pictures isn’t good enough then you’re not close enough” haunts us.

Today on this day, fifty-seven years ago today died one of the first and brightest stars of photojournalism — Robert Capa. And here is a fantastic read about him and the others lost in the battle from Iconic Photos.

To Those We Lost Fifty-seven years ago today died one of the first and brightest stars of photojournalism — Robert Capa, the Hungarian-born visionary who defined the word "war photographer". In addition to covering the course of the Second World War in London, North Africa, Italy, Normandy Landings and the Liberation of Paris, he reported from four different wars: the Spanish Civil War, the Sino-Japanese War, Arab-Israeli War and the First Indochina War. The abo … Read More

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One thought on “To Those We Lost (via Iconic Photos)

  1. Hii…absolutely true. Robert Capa is an inspiration for just too many.
    Thanks for the reminder and the link to the article : )

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