Famous Hungarian Photographers
Photographer, Business Leader, Filmmaker / 1913 - 1954Hungarian combat photographer Robert Capa is best known for redefining wartime photojournalism by insisting working in trenches, in the midst of combat.
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profile name: Robert Capa profile occupation: Photographer, Business Leader, Filmmaker
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profile name: André Kertész profile occupation: Photographer
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profile name: Brassaï profile occupation: Photographer, Sculptor, Poet
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profile name: László Moholy-Nagy profile occupation: Educator, Painter, Photographer, Publisher
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profile name: Nickolas Muray profile occupation: Photographer, Athlete
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