Put on your thinking caps, photography fans! I’m starting a fun new quiz. See if you can NAME THAT PHOTOGRAPHER by reading the following five clues:
1) He was a Jewish German-American photographer born in 1898.
2) In 1936 he became one of the four original photographers at LIFE magazine, where he produced 2,500 assignments and 92 covers.
4) He once famously said, “It’s more important to click with people than to click the shutter.”
5) He lived to the age of 96 and photographed President Clinton and his family on Martha’s Vineyard when he was 94 (the last photos of his life).
Bonus clue: He created one of my all-time favorite images ever in Paris called, “Children at Puppet Theatre.” It sits right next to my desk and makes me smile every day.
Write your guess in the comment box, then check back tomorrow morning (March 20th) for the answer.
AND NO CHEATING!