Neil Armstrong, commander of the Eagle (Lunar Module), was the first man to set foot on the moon. He was shortly followed by the pilot, Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin. One of the many memorable images taken at the time was that of Edwin Aldrin, a solitary man on an alien planet.
Lee Harvey Oswald, the accused assassin of the US president J.F. Kennedy, is escorted to the Dallas City Jail as nightclub owner Jack Ruby shotÂ him in front of the policemen and the press. Oswald died shortly after,Â taking with him the truth of the US President assassination.
“On 12 February, 1979, a quiet, shy young woman walked into my studio for the first time. She was the nude model for my photography class that evening. She said that she was a dancer, her name was Madonna Ciccone.”
To take a picture of John Lennon a few hours before he will die, do you think it is a good reason?
This portrait is probably the most well known portrait in the world.
How to make history with a photographic camera.
This man is not dead yet butÂ he will be in the next few milliseconds.
An initially unwanted picture proves to be famous
This is the most expensive picture ever sold