Japanese war photographer and UPI correspondent Kyoichi Sawada (1936 - 1970)

Japanese war photographer and UPI correspondent Kyoichi Sawada photographed in Huế, Vietnam Note his two Leicas and a Nikon F.

Mary Ellen Mark - Self portrait with Marlon Brando on the set of "Apocalpyse Now", 1979. °

\><\ Mary Ellen Mark - Marlon Brando, on the set of Apocalypse Now, Pagsanjan, Philippines, 1976 (photo by Stefani Kong Uhler)

「沢田教一」の画像検索結果

「沢田教一」の画像検索結果

Japanese UPI war photographer Kyoichi Sawada (1936 - 1970) in Vietnam 1967

Vietnam- Japanese UPI war photographer Kyoichi Sawada - in Vietnam, shown in the combat area in December of Depicted holding camera in the jungle.

21 Mar 1944: Fred Poinsett, Benjamin Benetsky, and Nelson Irving - Detachment D, 165th Signal Photo Company

21 Mar Fred Poinsett, Benjamin Benetsky, and Nelson Irving - Detachment D, Signal Photo Company

Dennis Hopper in Apocalypse Now. The movie borrowed heavily from Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness and Michael Herr's Dispatches. Hopper's character was modelled after the crazed, talented photojournalists described by Herr -- Tim Page, Sean Flynn and Dana Stone. Hopper was a photographer in his own right.

Dennis Hopper with a lot of Nikon F gear… As seen in the 1979 Francis Ford Coppola movie “Apocalypse Now”.

David Seymour (1911–1956), known as Chim (pronounced shim) at work, Photographer and date unknown

David Seymour known as Chim (pronounced shim) at work, Photographer and date unknown

McCullin with camera

Donald McCullin, CBE FRPS British photojournalist, particularly recognized for his war photography

| Robert Capa        The        HUNGARIAN     BORN     PHOTOGRAPHER: In Love and War (2003)

Robert Capa (born Endre Friedmann in Budapest, 22 October 1913 - 25 May During he was the only civilian photographer landing on Omaha Beach on D-Day. He documented the course of the war in London, North Africa, Italy, and the liberation of Paris.

In this 1967 photo, Associated Press photographer Horst Faas works in Vietnam. Faas, a prize-winning combat photographer who carved out new standards for covering war with a camera and became one of the world's legendary photojournalists in nearly half a century with The Associated Press, died May 10, 2012. He was 79. (Photo by AP Photo)

Horst Faas, a Pulitzer Prize-winning combat photographer and one of the world’s legendary photojournalists who spent nearly half a century with The Associated Press, died Thursday in Munich, Germany. He was 79

Homai Vyarawalla with her wooden Pacemaker Speed Graphic camera.

India's First Female Photojournalist Captured A Nation In Transition

Homai Vyarawalla was India's first female photojournalist. Her camera captured iconic moments from the politically volatile century.

21 Sep 1944: T/3 Richard Montgomery at Brandscheid, Germany. 165th Signal Photo Company

21 Sep Richard Montgomery at Brandscheid, Germany.

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Life Magazine war photographer Larry Burrows and his Leicas, Killed during the Vietnam War.

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