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Alexander Gardner

Alexander Gardner

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Alexander Gardner

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  1. Alexander Gardner Alexander Gardner (October 17, 1821 – December 10, 1882) was a Scottish photographer who moved to the United States in 1856 where he developed his profession. He is best known for his photographs of the American Civil War, American President Abraham Lincoln, and the execution of the conspirators to Lincoln's assassination.

  2. Emilio Morinetti Emilio Morenatti began his career in Spain covering both national and international events. In 2003, he travelled to Afghanistan as a correspondent to cover the war and the fall of the Taliban for the Associated Press.

  3. George Silk George Silk (November 17, 1916 - October 23, 2004) was born in New Zealand, and served as a photojournalist for Life for 30 years.

  4. Simon Norfolk Simon Norfolk -was born in Lagos, Nigeria in 1963 and was then educated in England, finishing at Oxford and Bristol Universities.

  5. Mike Coleridge Mike Coleridge was born in Slovenia. He escaped to Austria with his mother when German troops occupied his hometown, and immigrated to Australia. Coleridge went to Vietnam in late 1966 and spent over a year in the country.

  6. Zoriah Miller Zoriah Miller is a freelance photojournalist who toured with a U.S. Marine unit in Iraq and photographed the aftermath of a suicide bomber attack which killed several U.S. Marines.

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