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Robert Capa, the falling soldier
Transcript of Robert Capa, the falling soldier
According to this we think the photo is staged. by Robert Capa The photographer, Robert Capa was born on October 22 1913, and died on may 25 1954. He originally came from Hungary. In 1932 Capa published his first photograph.There was Leon Trotsky making a speech in Copenhagen on "The Meaning of the Russian Revolution" from 1939 Robert Capa princepally took pictures of world war 2. In 1947 Capa traveled to USSR and took photos of Stalingrad (which was in a very bad state) as well as other cities like Moscow which were already mostly rebuilt. sources: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Falling_Soldier ? Yes. On the picture, there really is a falling soldier, deadly wounded. But is it really Federico Borrell García? Nope, it is not. Form and Process
There is one soldier, in the middle of the field. You can see that the field is a plain and there is nothing exept for grass, the sky and the soldier in the picture. You can not really tell if there are other things in the picture because it is in black and white and the background is a little blurry. Very realistic. The soldier is the only living, now dead, thing in the picture.Process
This photograph was taken in a battlefield, the photographer had to have skills to duck the bullets. The photograph was taken instantly, but to see the actual photo you had to mix it with precise chemicals in a special light type, which took a long period of time. SOURCES: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Falling_Soldier By Cyprien, Freya, and Alexey The End!! SOURCES:en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Falling_Soldier By Cyprien, Freya, Alexey Thank you for your attention! Thank You For your Attention!! The work affects us in a special kind of way. It captures the sadness of the soldier, that has just been shot. It is also weird why didn't Capa help the person (if the photo was real) and just stand there and take pictures but help the young man? Looking at that picture, is as if you hear a loud "bang" and see the person falling to the ground, which makes the work look noizy and quiet at the same time. How does this work affect us? Here are his other photos