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On the 80th anniversary of its outbreak, we look back at Magnum co-founder Rober…

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On the 80th anniversary of its outbreak, we look back at Magnum co-founder Robert Capa’s involvement in the Spanish Civil War.

The war would have a huge impact on Capa’s career for a number of reasons, and it is this work that would lead to Picture Post introducing him as “the greatest war photographer in the world” in 1938.

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18 thoughts on On the 80th anniversary of its outbreak, we look back at Magnum co-founder Rober…

  1. He also lost his lover in that war who was possibly an even better photographer than he was! A suitcase full of some of her negatives was found not long ago. She is sadly almost unknown today and I just learned about her recently, and now can’t remember her name (but it will come to me later). I hope more attention is paid to her work from now on, as well as honoring Capa.

  2. These are people who captured the images who made each frame count and it cost money and used exposure meters and prime lenses , know what ISO means who then devoped the film and then printed them on photographic paper in dark rooms using chemicals .

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