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Michael Rawluk (Williams Lake, BC, Canada) on 19 May 2008 in Abstract & Conceptual and Portfolio.

A Moment in Photographic History:
Bert Hardy was born in London on May 19, 1913. He started as a laboratory assistant but soon bought a small plate camera for 10 shillings. His photographs were soon being published. Hardy accompanied the Allied troops that took part in the D-Day landings in June 1944. He also photographed the liberation of Paris on 25th August and documented the plight of concentration camp victims.
A Photographic Quote of Note:
It never seemed like work. Photography was always good fun."
- - - - - - - Bert Hardy

Canon EOS 5D 1/200 second F/10.0 ISO 100 40 mm

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Canon EOS 5D
1/200 second
ISO 100
40 mm