Alfred Eisenstaedt Destinee' HAll | Photo Imaging W2

Alfred Eisenstaedt a German-American photographer/photojournalist. His career began in pre-World War II Germany, and once he moved to the U.S., he achieved notability as a photographer for Life Magazine, in which they featured more than 90 of his pictures on its covers and over 2,500 published photo stories. This self taught hobby, turned into his career.

He took pictures kings, dictators, and motion picture stars. However, he also sensitively showed ordinary people in everyday, workaday situations.

I'm unsure if he became famous off of just one picture . Though, here are a few he has took . The photographs Eisenstaedt took, made him one of the most admirable and memorable photojournalist of the twentieth century.

Many people admired the photos taken by Eisenstaedt. Each of his pictures set a standard for those who have followed this dream of photography. Personally, each of his pictures hold a different meaning to them . They were each individually amazing. His photography and his methods are truly outstanding.

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