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Photos and Photographers

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  1. Self-described 'baby freak', this Australian-born photographer is best known for her depictions of babies and motherhood with images showing children dressed as fairies, flowers, or small animals.

    Anne Geddes

  2. Frenchman who developed a photo process using metal plates and lent his name for a 'type.'

    Louis Daguerre

  3. One word - Weimaraners.

    William Wegman

  4. Dorothea Lange, whose best shot is Migrant Mother, is known for her work during this period of American history.

    The Great Depression

  5. Steve McCurry took a photo of Sharbat Gula for this magazine in 1984 and traced her back 17 years later.

    National Geographic

    (the Afghan girl)

  6. Tank man - 1989. Location?

    Tiananmen Square

  7. He is best known for his documentation of the American Civil War.

    Mathew Brady

  8. Taken by Charles O'Rear, Bliss is the name of a photograph of a landscape in Napa County, California. It contains rolling green hills and a blue sky with clouds and was seen by millions as this.

    Default computer wallpaper for Windows XP

  9. The photographer Robert Doisneau is best known for his images of this city, particularly for his 1950 image Le baiser de l'hôtel de ville (Kiss by the Town Hall), a photo of a couple kissing in the busy streets.

    Paris

  10. Renowned lady photographer associated with Life magazine known for being the first foreign photographer permitted to take pictures of Soviet Industry and the first female war correspondent.

    Margaret Bourke-White

  11. He is best known for his photograph capturing the celebration of V-J Day that shows a sailor kissing a woman.

    Alfred Eisenstaedt

  12. 'Beam of light' American photographer known for his contributions to the Dada and Surrealist movements.

    Man Ray

  13. English photographer Eadweard Muybridge whose best known photo shows a horse in various stages of running is known for his pioneering work on this.

    Animal locomotion

    (The Horse in Motion)

  14. 'The Surgeon's Photo' taken in 1934 helped build this hoax.

    Loch Ness Monster

  15. Arthur Sasse captured this figure sticking his tongue out and humanized a genius.

    Albert Einstein

  16. Iain Stewart Macmillan was a Scottish photographer who became famous for taking the cover photograph for this Beatles' album in 1969. For this shot, he stood in the middle of a street while police controlled traffic.

    Abbey Road

  17. Groundbreaking African-American photographer remembered today as the director of Shaft.

    Gordon Parks

  18. Joe Rosenthal is best known for this iconic WWII photograph that shows American soldiers with the titular object.

    Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima

  19. Known for Black-and-white photographs of the American West, especially in Yosemite.

    Ansel Adams

  20. This person's best known photos include 'John Lennon and Yoko Ono' for Rolling Stone shot the day of Lennon's death and Demi Moore, pregnant and nude, for Vanity Fair .

    Annie Leibovitz

  21. Pioneering photographer who was married to painter Georgia O'Keeffe.

    Alfred Stieglitz

  22. One of Philippe Halsman's best known pictures is In Voluptas Mors that shows this surrealist artist with a group of women shaped as a skull - the image of the skull has also been used in the poster for The Silence of The Lambs and was later recreated for The Descent.

    Salvador Dalí

  23. Raising a flag over the Reichstag, a historic WWII photograph taken during the Battle of Berlin on 2 May 1945 is of the flag of this country.

    Soviet Union

  24. The death of the Buddhist Thich Quang Duc was immortalized by Malcolm Browne with this title.

    Burning Monk

  25. Canadian-Armenian known as one of the most accomplished portrait photographers of all time - highlight is his photo of Winston Churchill.

    Yousuf Karsh

  26. American photographer known for his large-scale black and white portraits of nude men.

    Robert Mapplethorpe

  27. Guerrillero Heroico taken by Alberto Korda is an iconic photo of this man wearing his black beret.

    Che Guevara

  28. Renowned photographer David Doubilet, often featured in National Geographic, is best-known for this type of work.

    Underwater photography

  29. Richard Avedon's famous photo shows this actress, nude, with a large python.

    Nastassja Kinski

  30. The phrase 'the photographer of freaks' is often used to describe her.

    Diane Arbus

  31. English photographer Antony Armstrong-Jones, known for being married to Princess Margaret (sister of Elizabeth II), is usually called by this name.

    Lord Snowden

  32. Title given to the photograph of Earth taken in 1990 by the Voyager 1 from a distance of about 6 billion kilometers; later used as a book title by Carl Sagan.

    Pale Blue Dot

  33. French photographer considered to have founded modern photojournalism. Pioneered 'street photography.'

    Henri Cartier-Bresson

  34. Nick Ut's most famous photograph depicting a naked 9-year-old girl running toward the camera to flee a napalm attack was taken during this war.

    Vietnam War

  35. Famous photograph taken by Robert Capa on September 5, 1936 that was long thought to capture the exact moment of the death of a Republican soldier in the Spanish Civil War.

    The Falling Soldier