Eisenstaedt


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 (ī′zən-stăt′), Alfred 1898-1995.
German-born American photographer who pioneered photojournalism with his unposed documentary photographs of daily life and historic events.

Eisenstaedt

(ˈaɪzənˌstæt)
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(Biography) Alfred. 1898–1995, US photographer, born in Germany; noted for his photograph of a sailor kissing a woman in Times Square, New York on V-J Day in 1945
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Noun1.Eisenstaedt - United States photographer (born in Germany) whose unposed documentary photographs created photojournalism (born in 1898)Eisenstaedt - United States photographer (born in Germany) whose unposed documentary photographs created photojournalism (born in 1898)
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Friedman was the Austrian-born American who was photographed being grabbed and kissed by a stranger--a Navy sailor--on VJ Day 1945 by Life photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt.
Fotografia y verdad, cita algunos casos memorables: "Dorothea Lange, autora del retrato Migrant Mother, todo un simbolo del periodo de la Depresion estadounidense; Robert Capa con su impactante toma del miliciano republicano muerto en la guerra civil espanola; Agusti Centelles con sus guardias de asalto apostados tras un caballo muerto; Joe Roesenthal que inmortalizo el donaire de los marines ondeando la bandera de las barras y estrellas en el punto mas elevado de la isla de Iwo Jima; Alfred Eisenstaedt con su historico beso en Times Squareentte un marinero y una enfermera para celebrar el fin de la Segunda Guerra Mundial, o Robert Doisneau con otro beso historico, su Le baiser de l'Hotel de Ville" (128).
Pousttchi's small selection of artworks from the Phillips's permanent collection included a constellation of black-and-white photographs from the 1930s and '40s by a diverse cohort of international avant-garde photographers such as Berenice Abbott and Alfred Eisenstaedt.
His photo was in Life magazine the next week, but it took until 1980 for the couple to be identified as Eisenstaedt had not asked their names.
The photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt is called VJ Day in Times Square, but is known to most simply as The Kiss.
Austrian-born Greta, in her white nursing uniform, and quartermaster George Mendonsa, in his sailor suit, were a perfect subject for photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt.
Guralnik JM, Eisenstaedt RS, Ferruci L, Klein HG, Woodman RC.
Abroad performances include the 2012 Classical Music Festival in Eisenstaedt, Austria, where she participated in a master class featuring Alan Chow and performed in Haydnsaal at the Esterhazy Palace.
Recordemos al respecto la famosa foto de Alfred Eisenstaedt, V-J Day in Times Square.
Married couple Kenji and Kristen Kawasaki (far left) join others as they re-enact the iconic 1945 Alfred Eisenstaedt kiss photo, Friday, Aug.
Amid the celebration in New York's Times Square, Alfred Eisenstaedt captured one of the iconic images of the 20th century when he shot four photographs in quick succession of a sailor kissing a woman in white.
Unfortunately, for a tutorial text, many pages crowd too many examples into small space, as with the five photographs on pages 140141, a five-piece spread on Alfred Eisenstaedt on pages 238-239, and four photos on pages 186-187.