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August is World Photography Day. This is great opportunity to say thank you to photographers. Without photographers licensing their awesome captures as Creative Commons, we wouldn’t…

Gerda Taro, first female war photographer. Killed by a tank while covering the Spanish-American War. She was 26.

Tragic story of Gerda Taro brought to life in new book

Gerda Taro, first female war photographer. Killed by a tank while covering the Spanish-American War. She was 26.

Robert Capa's D-Day pictures: Capa was with the first wave of American troops, landing at dawn.

Robert Capa's D-Day pictures: 'The bullets chased me back every time'

Robert Capa's D-Day pictures: Capa was with the first wave of American troops, landing at dawn.

War Photographer Robert Capa's Works on Display - http://www.warhistoryonline.com/war-articles/war-photographer-robert-capa-works-on-display.html

War Photographer Robert Capa's Works on Display - http://www.warhistoryonline.com/war-articles/war-photographer-robert-capa-works-on-display.html

June 6, 1944: American troops land at Omaha Beach for the invasion of Normandy known as D-Day. This photo is by Robert Capa of "Life" magazine. For an incredible story about how this image was taken while he dodged bullets, click through.

June 6, 1944: American troops land at Omaha Beach for the invasion of Normandy known as D-Day. This photo is by Robert Capa of "Life" magazine. For an incredible story about how this image was taken while he dodged bullets, click through.

Capa, right, and his sometime partner Gerda Taro both lost their lives covering conflict.

Robert Capa's D-Day pictures: 'The bullets chased me back every time'

Capa, right, and his sometime partner Gerda Taro both lost their lives covering conflict.

A US paratrooper helping a wounded comrade to a nearby aid station - 24 March 1945      Photo by Robert Capa      War correspondent Robert Capa jumped with the men of the 513 PIR, 17th Airborne Division, who spearheaded Operation Varsity, the airborne assault across the Rhine near the town of Wesel, Germany on 24 March 1945

A US paratrooper helping a wounded comrade to a nearby aid station - 24 March 1945 Photo by Robert Capa War correspondent Robert Capa jumped with the men of the 513 PIR, 17th Airborne Division, who spearheaded Operation Varsity, the airborne assault across the Rhine near the town of Wesel, Germany on 24 March 1945

写真:ロバート・キャパ 1951年 ルース・オーキン撮影 東京富士美術館蔵 ロバート・キャパ(Robert Capa [ˈɹɔbətˈkæpə | ˈɹɑ(ː)bɚtˈkæpə], 1913年10月22日 - 1954年5月25日)

写真:ロバート・キャパ 1951年 ルース・オーキン撮影 東京富士美術館蔵 ロバート・キャパ(Robert Capa [ˈɹɔbətˈkæpə | ˈɹɑ(ː)bɚtˈkæpə], 1913年10月22日 - 1954年5月25日)

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