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ALFRED EISENSTAEDT

Famous Photographer
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lily girot

on 14 May 2010

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Eisenstaedt was fascinated by photography from his youth and began taking pictures at the age of 14 when he was given his first camera Alfred Eisenstaedt Pemiere at La Scala Milan 1933 . Alfred Eisenstaedt -(December 6, 1898[1] – August 24, 1995) was a German-Jewish American photographer and photojournalist. He is best known for his photograph capturing the celebration of V-J Day.[2]


Nurses at Roosevelt Hospital,
New York City, 1937 "Ice Skating Waiter, St. Moritz," 1932.

"Monks Along the River Arno, Florence," 1935 Mother and child
Alfred Eisenstaedt and Marilyn
Monroe, Hollywood, 1953 cool fact : he liked the empty box next to the
girl and also he said the girl made the photo ! Cool fact : Like Mr.cudney says " Use a tripod ."
and he did ! He did some photos for life
I don't like to work with assistants. I'm already one too many; the camera alone would be enough. The Opera de Paris Ballet School Rehearsing Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake, Paris, 1930 Little Boy selling Coca-Cola at Roadside, Atlanta. Georgia, 1936 children at a Puppet Theater, Paris, 1963 waiters watching Sonya Henie skate, St. Moritz, 1932 Truman Capote ice skating in Rockefeller Center, 1959 Central Park After A Snowstorm, New York, 1959 Lilly Dache, Hat and Veil, 1937
Chianti Flasks in the Storeroom of the Bottling Plant of Barone Ricasoli Vineyards at Brolio, Near Siena, Italy
1947 I Think he likes monroe a lot ! Via Garibaldi
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