Martin Munkácsi (1896-1963)

Munkácsi was a newspaper writer and photographer in Hungary, specializing in sports. At the time, sports action photography could only be done in bright light outdoors. Munkácsi's innovation was to make sports photographs as meticulously composed action photographs, which required both artistic and technical skill.
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aperfectdayelise: “ sealmaiden: “ Martin Munkacsi Jumping a puddle, Harper’s Bazaar April 1934 From Style In Motion Munkacsi Photographs of the and ” ”

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Martin Munkacsi: Motorcyclist, Budapest, 1923 Terrific action shot for the time--I could see Russell doing something like this.

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Martin Munkacsi [Katharine Hepburn], 1935 © Estate of Joan Munkacsi, courtesy International Center of Photography

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In his day, the Hungarian Martin Munkacsi was one of the most famous photographers in the world. His dynamic photographs of spo.

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At 100 Kilometers - Driver in Hungarian Tourist Trophy Race, 1929 par Martin Munkacsi

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You need more lessons but your getting there. Mary Poppins should be pleased with your progress! by Richard Avedon : Carmen Dell’Orefice (Homage to Munkácsi), Place François-Premier, Paris, 1957 Harper’s Bazaar Coat by Pierre Cardin

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kvetchlandia: “ Martin Munkácsi Three Boys at Lake Tanganyika 1930 “For me this photograph was the spark that ignited my enthusiasm. I suddenly realized that, by capturing the moment, photography was.

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