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Celebrating the Negative : Alfred Eisenstaedt by John Loengard


“I will be remembered when I’m in heaven,” says Alfred Eisenstaedt. “People won’t remember my name, but they will know the photographer of that picture of that nurse being kissed by a sailor at the end of World War II. Everybody remembers that.” (It’s not his favorite picture; he prefers one he took in Milan at La Scala Opera in 1934.)

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