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Steve mc curry by  paula adultos 2 b
Steve mc curry by  paula adultos 2 b
Steve mc curry by  paula adultos 2 b
Steve mc curry by  paula adultos 2 b
Steve mc curry by  paula adultos 2 b
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Steve mc curry by paula adultos 2 b


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  1. SteveMcCurry…
  2. Who is he?• He has been a one of the most iconic voices in contemporary photography for more than 30 years, with a lot of magazine and book covers. Steve McCurry has been in exhibitions around the world.
  3. Her life as photographer..• Born in a suburb of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; McCurry studied film at Pennsylvania State University, before going on to work for a local newspaper. After several years of freelance work, McCurry made his first of what would become many trips to India. Traveling with little more than a bag of clothes and another of film, he made his way across the subcontinent, exploring the country with his camera.
  4. • Since then, McCurry has gone on to create stunning images over six continents and countless countries. Yet always retains the human element that made his celebrated image of the Afghan Girl such a powerful image.McCurry has been recognized with some of the most prestigious awards in the industry, including the Robert Capa Gold Medal, National Press Photographers Award, and an unprecedented four first prize awards from the World Press Photo contest, to name a few.
  5. Sharbat Gula 1984 • ¨I was on assignment in a refugee camp in Peshawar, Pakistan, photographing a story on the border regions, and I was walking past one of the tents, when I heard voices coming from inside the tent. It turned out to be an elementary class for girls. I looked in and the teacher invited me to go in. Right away, I noticed this one extraordinary little girl, with these amazing, piercing eyes. I shot a couple of frames with her hands covering her face, and the teacher urged her to allow me to take another photograph, so she dropped her hands and the light was right. She looked directly into my lens and I got two more frames with a concentrated, focused, very intense, look on her face and then it was gone. She literally jumped up and ran away and that was the end of the shoot¨.
  6. His work spans from conflicts,vanishing cultures, ancient traditions and to contemporary culture.