News: Robert Capa’s Lost Negatives Have Been Found

Robert CapaĆ¢??s Lost Negatives

In 1954, Robert Capa died still believing that the negatives he left behind in his Paris studio when he fled the Nazi invasion had been lost forever.

The New York Times has published the story of how Capa’s negatives resurfaced and the implications of the discovery. One of the most intriguing elements of the story is the question of whether Capa’s arguably most famous photograph (Death of a Loyalist Soldier) was actually “faked” and the hope that these negatives may answer this once and for all.

It is a fascinating story.

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