|18 March 1871||Paris Commune |
Max Alpert (1899, 18 March - 1980, 1 December) was born - Russia, Ukraine, Simferopol nr. Odessa. Soviet photojournalist - war photographer during the Second World War.
Adelbert Bartlett (1886, 18 March - 1966, 11 January) was born - US, WA, Spokane. American photographer.
Robert Burley (1957, 18 March - ) was born - Canada, ON, Picton. Contemporary photographer and educator.
Eikoh Hosoe (1933, 18 March - ) was born - Japan, Yamagata Prefecture (Yamagata-ken), Yonezawa. Japanese photographer known for his collaborations with the writer Yukio Mishima.
Paul R. Skoog (1884, 18 March - 1965, February) was born - US, IL, Chicago.
Ferenc Berko (1916, 28 January - 2000, 18 March) died - US, CO, Aspen. Advertising and portrait photography.
Solomon D. Butcher (1856, 24 March - 1927, 18 March) died - US, CO, Greeley. An itinerant photographer of pioneer days in Nebraska. The Butcher collection at the Nebraska State Historical Society consists of nearly 3,500 negatives.
Aimé Laussedat (1819, 19 April - 1907, 18 March) died. Father of Photogrammetry.
William Skeen (1822, 9 January - 1872, 18 March) died. William Skeen started in Ceylon as the first officially appointed Government Printer 1849-1873. During this time, in 1860, he purchased the existing photographic studio of J. Parting in Colombo for his son, William Louis Henry Skeen.
Stella Snead (1910, 2 April - 2006, 18 March) died - US, NY, Manhattan. U.S.-based painter-turned-photographer especially known for her photographs of India, where she lived
from 1960 to 1971.
Van Leo (1921, 20 November - 2002, 18 March) died. Ethnic Armenian photographer who opened a photographic studio in Cairo in 1941. Since 1998 his
10,000 prints and negatives have been preserved at the American University of Cairo.
Don Worth (1924 - 2009, 18 March) died. American composer, teacher, photographer and expert on the cultivation of exotic plants.