·  Alfred Eisenstaedt
·  Andreas Feininger
·  Lewis Hine
·  Terry O'Neil
·  Slim Aarons
·  Margaret Bourke-White
·  Bill Brandt
·  Julia Margaret Cameron
·  William England
·  Murray Garrett
·  Ernst Haas
·  Bert Hardy
·  Thurston Hopkins
·  George Hurrell
·  Kurt Hutton
·  Gjon Mili
·  Arnold Newman
·  Sasha
·  Weegee
·  Petrified Films
·  The Prelinger Collection
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Ernst Haas began his photographic career in the 1940s in Vienna, rising to fame following the publication of his photo essay on returning prisoners of war from Russia. Haas chanced upon his subjects at Vienna's train station after a fashion shoot was cancelled. In 1951, Haas visited America and decided to make his home in New York, and it was at this point in his career that he began to photograph in color and establish himself as one of the early pioneers of color photography. Haas later became renowned for his work with motion photography of bullfights, nature and athletics. He also found success in the corporate advertising market with campaigns for companies such as Marlboro, Chrysler and Volkswagen.

MUNICH, 1948 -- Austrian-American photojournalist Ernst Haas. 3434389, Getty Images