Jack Delano (1914, 1 August - 1997) was born - Russia, Ukraine, Kiev. Socially committed documentary photographer who worked for the FSA (Farm Security Administration) in the USA and later settled in Puerto Rico.
Rudolf Dührkoop (1848, 1 August - 1918) was born - Germany, Hamburg. German pictorialist photographer based in Hamburg. His work was included in Die Kunst in der Photographie. He often worked with his daughter Minya Dièz-Dührkoop (1873-1929). He was a member of the Linked Ring Brotherhood.
Josef Ehm (1909, 1 August - 1989) was born - Habartov. Czech photographer.
Jaromír Funke (1896, 1 August - 1945, 22 March) was born - Bohemia, Skutec. Czech photographer.
Mario Giacomelli (1925, 1 August - 2000, 25 November) was born - Italy, Ancona, Senigallia. Italian painter, poet and photographer. Wonderful motion shots of Italian priests and stark black and white landscapes. He also was noted for his documentary photographs of Italian life and his abstract black and white landscapes.
Abigail Heyman (1942, 1 August - 2013, 28 August) was born - US, CT, Danberry. American photographer.
Abigail Heyman was an American photographer and feminist. Her 1974 book Growing Up Female became an important text for the feminist movement. After becoming one of the first women to join Magnum Photos, she More...
Tod Papageorge (1940, 1 August - ) was born - US, NH, Portsmouth. American photographer and photography professor at Yale University.
Harry C. Rubincam (1871, 1 August - 1940, November) was born - US, PA, Philadelphia. One of his works, "The Circus", was included in Camera Work in 1907.
Josephus Daniels (1927, 26 December - 2013, 1 August) died - US, KY, Henderson. American gallery owner and photographer.
Alexandrine Tinne (1835, 17 October - 1869, 1 August) died - Ottoman Tripolitania, In the Fezzan region. Alexandrine Tinné was daughter of Philip Frederik Tinne and Baroness Henriette van Capelle. Brought up with immense wealth in her early years she had traveled to Paris , Nice, Rome and Florence by the time she was ten. In 1861 she set out to More...