Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2004/05/10

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Subject: [Leica] "Che Guevara" booklet PDF
From: paul at (Paul Hardy Carter)
Date: Mon May 10 11:00:35 2004
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Good question. How about "Most widely seen" or "Most recognised"?

In terms of reproduction as a complete image (let's face it, the Che pic is almost always seen as a silhouette) how about Doisneau's "Kiss at the Hotel de Ville"?


At 13:46 -0400, 10/5/04, B. D. Colen wrote:
>I don't know about most 'famous' photo, although didn't I read somewhere
>- perhaps it was in the booklet, that it is thought to be the most
>reproduced - simply because it was used on so many posters, t-shirts,
>etc. etc. But then what do we mean by 'famous?' :-)

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