Jun 6 2012
It's almost certain that you have seen one of these photos somewhere before, but have you seen the photographer behind the camera when the photo was taken? Photography by Tim Mantoani.
Mark Seliger and his photo of Kurt Cobain. Two months after this photo was taken it became the memorial RS Cover.
Jeff Widener and his photo of Tank Man. (Tienanmen Square, China – 1989)
Neil Leifer and his photo of Muhammad Ali vs. Liston. (Lewiston, Maine – May 25, 1965)
Lyle Owerko holding the photo of the events that unfolded on 9/11.
Brent Stirton holding the photo of a dead 600 pound Silverback Gorilla being carried by a group of locals. This was an effort to intimidate the rangers that are trying to protect the ecosystem. (Congo)
Harry Benson holding the photo of the Beatles when they have just heard that they are number one on the charts in America. (1964)
Mary Ellen Mark and her photo of the circus ringmaster Ram Prakash Singh with his elephant Shyama. (Ahmedabad, India – 1990)
Douglas Kirkland holds the photo he took when he spent an evening with Marilyn Monroe.
Bill Eppridge stands with his photo of Robert F. Kennedy after his assassination. (June 5, 1968)
Elliot Erwitt holding his iconic photo of dogs. (New York Central Park – 1974)
Steve McCurry with his photo of a young woman from Peshawar, Pakistan. (1984)
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