Gianni Berengo Gardin (1930, 10 October - ) was born - Italy, Santa Margherita Ligure. Italian photojournalist.
Jane Bell Edwards (1908, 10 October - 2002, 30 September) was born - US, IL, Shelby County.
William Howes Hunt (1806, 10 October - 1879) was born - England, Great Yarmouth. The British Museum and the Norfolk Heritahe Center both hold examples of his salt prints.
Marcus Potts (pers. Email to Alan Griffiths, 2 January 2019)
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Moriyama Daidõ (1938, 10 October - ) was born - Japan, Osaka. Japanese photographer.
Julius Shulman (1910, 10 October - 2009, 15 July) was born - US, NY, Brooklyn. American architectural photographer often working with the architect Richard Neutra. The Julius Shulman archive containing over 260,000 color and black-and-white negatives, prints, and transparencies is housed in the Special Collections of the More...
Major-General Henry Hamer Stansfeld (1839, 10 October - 1914, 30 November) was born.
Thomas Gottfried Thomsen (1841 - 1901) was born. Photographer who took stereoviews in Greenland.
Luc Van Muylem (1958, 10 October - ) was born - Belgium, Ninove. Contemporary Belgian photogravurist.
Adam Woolfitt (1938, 10 October - ) was born - UK, London. Worked as a freelancer for many years and had a long relationship with National Geographic (1966-1987). He also photographed along the Danube and in China.
Hillary G. Bailey (1894, 5 June - 1988, 10 October) died - US, FL, Clearwater.
Hilla Becher (1934, 2 September - 2015, 10 October) died. Bernd and Hilla Becher made up one of the most influential groups of contemporary architectural photography - working for over forty years on the taxonomy of industrial buildings in western Europe.
Yul Brynner (1915, 7 July - 1985, 10 October) died - US, NY, New York City. One of the great Hollywood actors who was also an acclaimed photographer taking photographs on many of the projects he worked on.
Dornac (1858, 6 January - 1941, 10 January) died. Photographer active in Paris in the 1880s. His full name was Paul François Arnold Cardon and "Dornac" is an anagram of "Cardon".
Richard Galloway (1840 (ca) - 1872, 10 October) died - India, Lucknow.