“Time” selection of the most influential 100 photos

“100 pictures” list of the most influential Time, “Time” invited from all over the world, curator, historian, photo editing etc. the selection panel, 100 photos were selected since the birth of photography’s most influential.

Immersions by (Christ Piss) Andres Serrano, 1987. “Freedom of religion and freedom of expression have one thing in common: they can be polarized people.”


“Oscar self timer Selfie Oscars” Bradley Cooper by, 2014. “It’s an incredible moment of spontaneity that I can’t forget, thanks to the self timer, and no one else will forget it.”


“The fear of war Terror of War by” Nick Ut The, 1972.


For thousands of times in the same interview, the photographer photo protagonist, and their relatives, the editorial department to finalize the 100 pieces from different periods of the theme, and many stories behind the mining. The common feature of these 100 photographs is that they are a turning point in our human experience.” Responsible for the subject of the Time, the editorial team wrote.


Yevgeny Raising a Flag over the by Reichstag Khaldei at the Houses of Parliament. “I found my place, and told the soldier, ‘Alyosha, climb up.'”.”


“Dovima and elephants, wearing a Dior evening dress, Paris, August 1955. With elephants evening, dress by Dior Dovima, D Cirque ‘Hiver, Paris, August 1955’ Richard Avedon by, 1955


Firing Squad in Iran by, Iran, Jahangir Razmi, 1979.


“Cotton Mill Girl” by mills girl Lewis Hine, 1908. “Photography can light up the darkness and expose the ignorance.”


For thousands of times in the same interview, the photographer photo protagonist, and their relatives, the editorial department to finalize the 100 pieces from different periods of the theme, and many stories behind the mining. The common feature of these 100 photographs is that they are a turning point in our human experience.” Responsible for the subject of the Time, the editorial team wrote.


“Jump into free     into Freedom Leap” Peter Leibing by, 1961.


“Ridley and Lyle Heeter Brian” Robert Mapplethorpe by, 1979.


“Winston? Churchill Churchill by “Yousuf Karsh Winston, 1941.


“Allende’s last war Allende” s Last Stand by Luis Orlando Lagos, 1973.


“Film Still #21 by” Cindy Sherman Untitled, 1978.


“Untitled (Cowboy) by Richard” Untitled (cowboy) Prince, 1989.


“Village doctor Doctor by” W. Eugene Smith Country, 1948. “I’ve been living with him for a few weeks, and I’ve been very little in the last few weeks. I want to try to understand why he did it.”


“Three Steerage The” Alfred Stieglitz by, 1907.


“Gandhi and Gandhi and the Spinning Wheel a by Margaret Bourke-White, 1946. “Without the use of violence is Gandhi’s virtue, spinning is the perfect weapon.”


“Of Face The AIDS” Therese Frare by, 1990. “I did not know, it would be a change in people’s view of AIDS photos.”


“Christmas Eve (happy Club) Nuit de No& euml; l (Happy Club)” by Malick Sidib, 1963. “Youth is a game of innocence, and those moments tell you there’s no pain.”


“No. 22 experimental residential, Losangeles Study House No. Case 22, Angeles Los” Julius Shulman by, 1960.


“Sedona, Yosemite Cathedral Rock, Yosemite by Carleton Watkins, 1861.


“Grief by” Dmitri Baltermants Grief, 1942. “War, the first is grief.”


“Bandit nest, 59& frac12; Mulberry Street s” Roost Bandit, 59& frac12; Street Mulberry by    Jacob; Riis circa, 1888. “So I said, in the fight against the poor we have to win or die, there is no way to compromise.”


“D-Day” Robert Capa by, 1944. “Until then I realized that, in order to take this photo, Capa had to swim to the front of the soldier and turn around.”


“Hague Hague by” Erich Salomon The, 1930.


“Bricklayer by August” brickmason Sander, 1928.


“Bermingham, Birmingham, Alabama, Alabama” Charles Moore by, 1963.


The hungry children and the Starving Child and Vulture by “vulture Kevin Carter, 1993. “This is the most successful photo I’ve had in ten years, but I won’t hang it on my wall. I hate it.”


“Michael? Jordan Jordan by “Co Rentmeester Michael, 1984. “Sure it’s because of the shoes.”


“The first mobile phone photo Cell-Phone Picture by” Philippe Kahn First, 1997. “The mobile phone camera on June 11, 1997 in Santa Cruz maternal and child birth clinic Sutter.”


“Mohamed? Ali vs SONY? Muhammad Ali vs. Sonny Liston Liston “by Neil Leifer, 1965. “When Ali into old age, people want to remember is the peak of the he. People want to remember him like this.”


By (6 Men + 6 Women) Nancy (+6 + 6 Androgyny), Burson (men and women), 1982. “In one way, I’m more interested in giving people what they can’t see than what they can see.”


“Falling man Man by” Richard Drew Falling, 2001. “I never regret taking this picture.”


“Abraham? Lincoln Lincoln by Mathew Brady Abraham, 1860. “I had a great difficulty in taking a picture of nature.”


“Hooded Man The” Frederick by, “a man with a hood,” Sergeant Ivan, 2003.


“The American soldiers raised the flag on the Raising on Iwo Jima Flag” Joe Rosenthal by, 1945.


“Demi? Mol Moore by Annie Leibovitz Demi, 1991. “I don’t think it’s a good picture,” he said. This is a great cover. If an excellent portrait, she should not hide her chest.”


“Betty? Betty Grable by Frank Grable “Powolny, 1943.


“Hindenburg disaster Hindenburg Disaster by” Sam Shere The, 1937. “I was really in that moment of the shutter, everything is over, there is nothing else to do.”


“Loch Ness Unknown The Monster by”, the “nice ness monster”, 1934.


“American Gothic Gothic by” Gordon Parks American, 1942. “I don’t care what people think. This is my view on the situation of the United States and Watson Ella in the United States.”


“Mohamed? Ali vs SONY? Muhammad Ali vs. Sonny Liston Liston “by Neil Leifer, 1965. “When Ali into old age, people want to remember is the peak of the he. People want to remember him like this.”


“The death of The Death of Neda,” by Unknown, 2009.


“Escape Collapse Fire” Stanley Forman by, 1975. “I was shooting an ordinary rescue, but suddenly it went to hell.”


“Time” invited to the world’s curator, historians, picture editing and other components of the selection of experts, elected the most influential since the birth of the 100 photographs. “Milk crown” Harold Edgerton by, 1957. “A few seconds. It’s just over there. Sometimes there is no meaning, sometimes very valuable.”


“Black Black Power Salute by” John Dominis, 1968.


“Eighteen weeks of fetal Fetus, 18 by” Lennart Nilsson weeks, 1965. “We are trying to create and see things that we never know.”


“Heroic guerrilla Heroico by” Alberto Korda Guerrillero, 1960. “There seems to be no young people in the world who are socially conscious and will not believe this man. Guevara, who stands for what they want to be.”


Moonlight: pond The Pond by, Edward Steichen Moonlight:, 1904. “In fact, every picture is made up from beginning to end.”


View from the Window at Le Gras by Joseph Nic phore Ni PCE e circa 1826 “I will be the results of this study called daylight, is the role of spontaneous reproduction by the light……”


“Kent State University shooting State Shootings by” John Paul Filo Kent, 1970. “I could feel the girl’s body tight, and finally she screamed and released, and then I took the picture like a response to her.”


“Bosnian by” Ron Haviv Bosnia, 1992.


“Fallen soldier Falling Soldier by” Robert Capa The, 1936. “The camera on my head was just the moment when a man was struck down. This is probably the best I’ve ever had.”


“Soweto uprising Uprising Soweto” Sam Nzima by, 1976. “The police ran in front of me, shooting the students.”


“Jacqueline Jackie Windblown in the wind” Ron Galella by, 1971. “I did a wonderful thing around the corner. I hit a car, so I can hide in the inside to take a picture of the real.”


“Victory kiss Day in Times V-J Square by” Alfred Eisenstaedt, 1945. “Suddenly, in an instant, I saw a white object caught. I turned around, and pressed the shutter when the sailor kissed the nurse.”


“Shakespeare Fala albino boy Albino Boy, Biafra by” Don McCullin, 1969. “This is one of the most immoral photos I’ve ever taken.”


“Munich massacre Massacre by” Kurt Strumpf Munich, 1972.


“Lunch at the top of the skyscraper Atop a Lunch Skyscraper by” Unknown, 1932. “Once you have seen this photo, you will never forget it.”


“Moon landing Man On The Moon A” Neil Armstrong by, 1969.


“Madame Man by” Susan Meiselas Molotov, 1979. “The lady, the lady, appeared again and again, and was manipulated by different people for different purposes.”


“The assassination of Kennedy” by Abraham Zapruder 313rd frames, 1963. “After the tragedy, for some reason, I did not know how you would call it, I lost my appetite for taking pictures or desire.”


“The dead on the battlefield Antietam Antietam” The Dead of by Alexander Gardner, 1862.


“Closed Doors Behind” Donna Ferrato by, after the closed door, 1982. “I thought if I took this photo, at least people would think it really happened.”


“A horse in the The Motion Horse in by Eadweard Muybridge, 1878. “We think the performance is beyond our reach, until we have left all our impressions on one side, and we seek the truth through an independent observation of the nature itself.”


“Invasion of Prague of Prague by” Josef Koudelka Invasion, 1968. “You can’t rely on your memory, but you can depend on your photos.”


“Pillars of Creation” pillars of creation of by NASA, 1995. “As long as there are human beings, we are attracted to the relationship between us and the sky.”


“Blind by” Paul Strand Blind, 1916.


“North Korea Korea by” David Guttenfelder North, 2013. “When they open up 3G to foreigners, everything changes.”


“Xigong Execution” by Eddie Adams Saigon shot 1968. “The lives of two people on that day were destroyed, and the Vietcong general. I don’t want to destroy anyone. That’s not my job.”


Camelot by Hy Peskin “Camelot”, 1953.


For thousands of times in the same interview, the photographer photo protagonist, and their relatives, the editorial department to finalize the 100 pieces from different periods of the theme, and many stories behind the mining. The common feature of these 100 photographs is that they are a turning point in our human experience.” Responsible for the subject of the Time, the editorial team wrote.


“Critic Critic by” Weegee The, 1943. “I don’t see what I took, but I can almost smell the smell pleased with oneself.”


“Wearing raccoon fur coat couple Couple in Raccoon Coats” by James VanDerZee, 1932. “I always want people to look beautiful in the way they want to show.”


“Electric car – New Orleans New – Orleans Trolley” Robert Frank by, 1955.


“The Gare Behind Saint-Lazare” Henri Cartier-Bresson by, “San Lazar station”, 1932. “Photography is luck. At that time there was a fence, I put the camera into the fence. That’s a fraction of a second.”


“Aimote? Emmett Till by David Jackson tyre “, 1955. “When people see what happened to my son, those who have never stood in the team have stood out.”


“Immigrant mother Mother by” Dorothea Lange Migrant, 1936.


“Ground out by” William Anders Earthrise, NASA, 1968. “This is the first time people really know what the earth looks like.”


“Boat No of Smiles” Eddie Adams by, 1977. “This is the first time in my life that no one has a smile, not even a child.”


Pillow fight Pillow Fight The by Harry Benson, 1964. “The Beatles never have a pillow fight, and I could not again photographed as photos.”


“Lost race Vanishing Race by” Edward S. Curtis The, 1904. “Over every old man or woman, means that some people do not know the traditional knowledge of the sacraments and disappear.”


“In Somalia Famine” James Nachtwey by, 1992. People who are in need of help or suffering, do not mean they do not need to express their dignity.”


“Mushroom cloud over Nagasaki Cloud Over Mushroom Nagasaki by” Lieutenant Charles Levy, 1945.


“99 by” Andreas Gursky Cent, 1999.


Hitler at a Party Nazi Hitler Rally by Hoffmann Heinrich at the Nazi Party rally, 1934.


Iraqi Girl at Checkpoint Hondros, Iraqi girl, Chris, by, 2005. “Although there was an occurrence in Iraq, it was almost never taken down, so I realized that I was making an important film.”


“Surfing the Hippos Surfing” Michael Nichols by, 2000.


“Blood red Saturday Saturday by” H.S. Wong Bloody, 1937. “This is a terrible sight. People are still trying to stand up, the casualties were scattered in the train track and platform. People’s bodies everywhere. Only my job makes me forget what I have seen.”


“William Renquin R&amp The of Hand Wilhelm Mrs. ouml;; ntgen; by” Wilhelm Conrad R&amp ouml;; ntgen, 1895. “I don’t guess, I’m investigating.”


“Chairman Mao in the Yangtze River swim Mao Swims in the Yangtze Chairman by” Unknown, 1966.


“The Burning Monk” self Immolation monk by Malcolm Browne, 1963. “I kept taking pictures, which made me not scared by the whole incident.”


“Gorilla Gorilla in the Congo” Brent Stilton by, Congo Republic.


“Ai LAN? Alan Kurdi by Nil “Kurt Di fer Demir, 2015.


“Boy Surrenders in Warsaw Jewish, a Jewish boy who surrendered in Warsaw,” Unknown by, 1943.


“Coffin ban Ban by” Tami Silicio Coffin, 2004. “My mood is very high, the heart is full of grief. This is also reflected in the photos.”


“Babe Bows Out” babe out The by Nat Fein, 1948. “If I don’t know babe will retire, I may want to run behind him to.”


“Du Temple by” Louis Daguerre Boulevard, 1839. “I took the short light and trapped it, and I made the sun paint this picture.”


“The Situation Room” by war room Pete Souza, 2011. “This is the longest 40 minutes of my life.” “Was the longest This 40 of minutes my life.” – U.S. President Obama Barack


“Fort Peck Dam” by Fort peck dam Margaret Bourke-White, 1936.


Roger Fenton Valley of the Shadow The of Death by in the valley of the shadow of death.

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