Roman Vishniac Young Jewish Girls, Warsaw 1935 “These are the faces of children I embraced and kissed and loved. I cannot imagine that they are dead, that none would survive… A million and a half children among the six million… But this I knew
“They had a special kind of face, those people, a special kind of whisper and a special kind of footstep. […] They were like hunted animals. Roman Vishniac, Father earned today some money and daughter is sent for milk, 1937
Philippe Halsman: Dali Atomicus, 1948 Before modern, computerized techniques in image manipulation, Philippe Halsman shot this photograph of Salvador Dali suspended in mid-air. While today this image could easily be replicated in Photoshop, it wasn’t.