Heinrich Hoffman and the pictures Hitler hated.
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An utterly ordinary image is one of the biggest commercial successes in history—and nobody had any choice in the matter.
Strip away the props, and the true essence of a subject is revealed.
Few have heard of Wanda Wulz, but DC Comics and Andrew Lloyd Webber owe her big.
‘Papa Flash’ figured out how to slice time more finely than ever before.
A single image encapsulates the turbulent, tragic career of conflict photographer Lee Miller.
Publicity stills photographer George Hurrell defined Hollywood glamour in the 1930s, launching many silver-screen careers.
The world’s first photography book offered a blueprint for future publishing—literally.
How Ansel Adams learned to transform landscapes–such as Snake River and the Teton Range–into statements.
We'll never know the true meaning of Ellie Mae's struggling smile.
Joe Rosenthal's photo from one battle condemned him to another that raged his whole life.
How Jeff Widener evaded authorities to capture this photograph and smuggle it out of China.
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