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Weegee, Children on Fire Escape, 1938

Weegee (Arthur Fellig) New York City heat spell, Children Sleeping on the fire escape - 1938

Train wreck in Montparnasse, Paris 1895.

Train accident - The Montparnasse derailment occurred at 4 pm on 22 October 1895 when the Granville–Paris Express overran the buffer stop at its Gare Montparnasse terminus - Paris, France

Polish-born American photographer Arthur ‘Weegee’ Fellig (1899 - 1969) peers into an opened steamer trunk that contains the bound body of a murder victim, Brooklyn, New York, August 5, 1936. The victim, identified as William Hessler, had been stabbed to death and his body put into the trunk. Apparently preparing to sink it in the Gowanus Canal, the murderers were inturrupted and abandoned it in an empty lot. (Photo by Weegee(Arthur Fellig)/International Center of Photography/Getty Images)

How The World Of Crime Photography Has Changed Since 1920

WeeGee // Flash is definitely something I want to trial in my shoots. i don't like the harsh front on flash in this image but i will trial holding my speedlite at different angles to create more of a side light

children hanging on a full train after the liberation, 1945 photo by menno huizinga. This is amazing. The photographer must be on the roof the moving train!

Weegee (Arthur Fellig) - Mother and Child in Harlem, 1939

Weegee, [Bernice Lythcott and her one-year-old son Leonard looking out a window through which hoodlums threw stones, Harlem], October 1943