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Photographs that changed the world

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  1. Photographs that changed the world A good photograph makes a point; a great one serves as a statement about culture, life, and everything that’s happening outside the image’s frame. Photos have been inspiring people and showing them the truth for centuries now, so here are some of the photos that have changed the world:

  2. 1 Earthrise; William Anders, 1968Apollo 8 astronaut Bill Anders snapped this shot of the Earth rising over the Moon’s horizon as he and Frank Borman orbited the Moon. • Why is this shot so important? • How does it make you feel? • How do you think this shot change people’s perceptions when it was first published?

  3. 2 General Nguyen Ngoc Loan executing a Viet Cong prisoner in Saigon; Eddie Adams, 1968Photographer Eddie Adams captured this shot of a South Vietnamese general executing a Viet Cong officer in the Tet Offensive, and it became one of the most iconic shots of the Vietnam War. • Why is this shot so important? • How does it make you feel? • How do you think this shot change people’s perceptions when it was first published?

  4. 3 Tianenmen Square; Jeff Widener, 1989Shooting the Chinese protests for the Associated Press, Jeff Widener captured this shot of “the unknown rebel” standing in front of a line of tanks. • Why is this shot so important? • How does it make you feel? • How do you think this shot change people’s perceptions when it was first published?

  5. 4 . Galloping Horse; Eadweard Muybridge, 1878 • Why is this shot so important? • How does it make you feel? • How do you think this shot change people’s perceptions when it was first published?

  6. 5 Elizabeth Eckford and Hazel Massery; Will Counts, 1957Elizabeth Eckford was one of the first black students admitted to Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas. This photo shows her grueling walk to class while being shouted at by white student Hazel Massery. • Why is this shot so important? • How does it make you feel? • How do you think this shot change people’s perceptions when it was first published?