Famous Photographs Master Photographers

3D Photography
Celebrity Advertising
B/W Photography
1st Edition Book Covers
Buddy Holly& Elvis

Celebrity MANSIONS
Celebrity REAL Names
Chrysler Building
LIFE Magazine Covers
PHOTOGRAPHER Weegee
CYMA Watches
Designer SHOES
Most Expensive Watches
Most Expensive Photographs
Before/After Facelifts
Famous Diamonds
Famous JEWS
Famous Mother/Daughters
Alfred EISENSTAEDT
Alfred STIEGLITZ
Alvin COBURN
BRASSAI
Dorothea LANGE
Edward STEICHEN
Emmet GOWIN
Helen LEVITT
Lewis HINE
Julia CAMERON
Kevin CARTER
HINE Lewis - New York
Manuel Alvarez BRAVO
Margaret BOURKE-WHITE
Robert CAPA
Robert DOISNEAU
World Best PHOTOGRAPHERS
Walker EVANS
William KLEIN
Yousuf KARSH
Famous Photos
1900s Fashion Styles
1910s Fashion Styles
1920s Fashion Styles
1930s Fashion Styles
Vintage Trends of 1940s
1950s RETRO Fashions
1960s TWIGGY Fashion
1970s DISCO Fashions
1980s Royal Weddings
1990s Designer Sportswear
2000 Bikini Girls
Famous NOSE JOBS
Portrait Photographers
ROLLINGSTONE Covers
Glamour Photography
Hasselblad Photographers
Hollywood Photography
Leica Camera Photographers
LONGINES Watches
Marilyn Monroe
Most Expensive Photographs
New York Photographers
Nikon Camera Photographers
Paul Newman
Audrey Hepburn Covers
National Geographic Covers
Photos of 1990s
Photos of 1910s
Photos of 1950s
Photos of 1960s
Photos of 1970s
Photos of 1980s
Photos of 1990s
Photos of 2000
Photography History
Vintage Calendar Posters
Vintage Postcards
Vogue Fashion Helmut Newton
World Master Photographers

Famous White House Visit 1970s when Elvis Presley met with President Richard Nixon at  White House while the war raged in Vietnam and the baby boomers generation staged anti-war rallies

Elvis Body in Coffin

 

August 16, 1977 Elvis was found dead in his bathroom at Graceland. This picture was taken by Elvis' cousin who was offer a deal by National Enquirer to photograph Elvis in his coffin. The payment was meagre compared to the millions the Enquirer reaped for the cover story sales. Story behind the picture

 

 

December 21, 1970, Elvis Presley visited President Richard Nixon at the White House, Washington, D.C. The meeting was initiated by Elvis, who wrote Nixon a six-page letter requesting a visit with the President and suggesting that he be made a "Federal Agent-at-Large" in the Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs. The events leading up to and after the meeting are detailed in documentation and photographs at Graceland which include Elvis' handwritten letter, memoranda from Nixon staff and aides, and the thank-you note from Nixon for the gifts (including a Colt 45 pistol and family photos) that Presley brought with him to the Oval Office.

 


Eddie Adams who lifted his camera in synch with the general's gun, took the famed photo the second the bullet passed through the man's skull. The deadly blast from the snub-nosed gun poised inches from the scruffy, grimacing target conveys a violent echo off the page.

 


Famous Vietnam Photo

1972 Photographer Huynh Cong Ut, known by his colleagues as Nick, was working there as a photo journalist for Associated Press at the time and took a number of photos of the villagers trying to escape the napalm. This one, epitomizing the tragedy of the conflict, won him the Pulitzer Prize and became one of the most published photos of the Vietnam war


tumblr visitor
    Camera Naked - Private Policy - Contact