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Henri Cartier-Bresson with Leica M3 (with Summarit 1,5/50mm), 1955 -by Dimitri Kessel  [+] [+]

Dmitri Kessel was born in the Ukraine in 1902. At the age of 13, his father gave him his first camera. The owner of a sugar plantation thereby influenced his son’s path in life profoundly. After escaping from Russia, Dmitri Kessel immigrated to America in 1923. During the course of his 60-year career, he worked as a war correspondent, industrial photographer and photo journalist for Life. 
Kessel was considered an adventurous photographer, frequently rising to new thematic challenges. Thus, he took photographs of World War II and the Greek Civil War, but also produced photo series about the Yangtze River in China and the South American Andes. He also created portraits of prominent personalities, for example Picasso and Stanley Kubrick.

photo and notice from westlicht 
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X-radiation by Randolph Knackstedt on Flickr.

Lanakila MacNaughton // Instagram
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Anita Ekberg photographed by Peter Basch c. 1950s
 
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The first snow of the season  (by きこりん@ 北のほたるや)
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