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Subject: [Leica] A Tribute to Robert Capa
From: j2m46 at (Jean-Michel Mertz)
Date: Tue, 22 Oct 2013 20:37:06 +0200
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Excellent! Thanks for sharing this, I love every single picture. Great idea 
to remember Robert Capa today. A legend.

Jean-Michel Mertz

> Date: Tue, 22 Oct 2013 19:39:49 +0800
> From: david5stones at
> To: lug at
> Subject: [Leica] A Tribute to Robert Capa
> Hi all
> today being the birth date of Robert Capa, I thought I'll do a little piece
> about him. But since I've never photographed in a war zone, I decided to
> put up pictures of the first photo story I did with the Leica M9 and a
> little 35mm Summarit lens, which I brought out to the south china sea
> documenting the lives of fishermen, dealing with sea sicknesses along the
> way. Enjoy!!! :)
> new blog post: A Tribute to Robert Capa, who would have been 100 years old
> today if he had not been killed in Indochina by a hidden land mine while on
> patrol with a French forces. Adventurer, passionate lover of life,
> photojournalist, and founder of the legendary photo agency Magnum Photos,
> this is my personal tribute to one of the most legendary war photographer
> of all time.
> -- 
> David Teo Boon Hwee
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