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by Nina Leen

eBook Taking Pictures epub
  • ISBN: 003018701X
  • Author: Nina Leen
  • Genre: Children
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Henry Holt & Co; First Edition edition (February 1, 1977)
  • Pages: 48 pages
  • ePUB size: 1244 kb
  • FB2 size 1308 kb
  • Formats lrf mobi mbr txt


Nina Leen-Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images. Throughout the 1970s she produced an average of two books a year, and published 15 in her lifetime - including a groundbreaking work on her beloved bats.

Nina Leen-Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images. Leen produced a vast and varied body of work during the three decades she shot for LIFE, including more than 50 covers and countless reports and photo essays from around the world. But perhaps the single assignment that had the most lasting effect on her own life and work was actually one on which her colleague Leonard McCombe was the photographer. Nina Leen died on January 1, 1995, at her home in New York City.

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Born in Russia, photographer Nina Leen spent her childhood living in Italy, Switzerland, and Germany, where she bought a Rolliflex camera and began taking pictures

Born in Russia, photographer Nina Leen spent her childhood living in Italy, Switzerland, and Germany, where she bought a Rolliflex camera and began taking pictures. Moving to the United States in 1939, she was fascinated by American culture, and captured the life around her from the viewpoint of a removed observer. During her time there she produced over forty covers and a myriad of spreads. Her relaxed manner allowed her subjects to let their guard down in front of her camera. Leen's versatility can be seen in the range of her subjects and the styles in which she photographed them.

Nina Leen (died January 1, 1995) was a Russian-born American photographer, a constant contributor to Life. She is remembered above all for her photographs of animals, many published in book form. Born in Russia (probably between 1909 and 1914 although she kept her age a secret), Leen studied painting in Berlin. Before she emigrated to the United States in 1939, she had also lived in Italy and Switzerland

Photograph taken by Nina Leen . LIFE photographer Nina Leen posing with Rolleiflex camera in Russia, spent her childhood living in Italy, Switzerland, and Germany, where she bought a Rolliflex camera and began taking pictures.

Photograph taken by Nina Leen, Cheap Women S Fashion Blazers Info: 3689644165. Midweek Motivation: How to master your money. Moving to the United States in. Not much is known about Nina Leen, the Russian-born Life photographer who moved to New York in 1939 and proceeded to spend the next four decades making some of the best - and least remembered -.

Nina Leen, one of the first female photographers for Life magazine, died on Sunday at her home in New York . Ms. Leen photographed many subjects but was best known for her pictures of animals

Nina Leen, one of the first female photographers for Life magazine, died on Sunday at her home in New York City. Leen was secretive about her age, but Alison Hart, a press agent for Life, said she was believed to be in her late 70's or early 80's. Leen photographed many subjects but was best known for her pictures of animals. Among her 15 books were two studies of bats, published in the 1970's. To make the pictures for these books, she used special cameras and lighting and overcame an aversion to the animals.

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Take a look at Leen's stunning photo collection of fashionable women in the . She published 15 books of her photography including: Images of Sound; Women.

Take a look at Leen's stunning photo collection of fashionable women in the 1940s and 1950s, while enjoying some intriguing facts about this mysterious photographer: Though born in Russia, Nina Leen spent much of her childhood living in Italy, Switzerland and Germany. In her early years, she bought a Rolliflex camera and taught herself to take pictures. She published 15 books of her photography including: Images of Sound; Women, Heroes and a Frog; Love, Sunrise and Elevated Apes; and The World of Bats. For the most part Leen's story is a mystery - however, it is clear to see that her voice and legacy are depicted in her images.

Portrait of a group of American abstract artists, collectively know as 'The Irascibles,' New York, New York, November 24, 1950. Portrait Of The Irascibles is a photograph by Nina Leen which was uploaded on January 18th, 2019. The photograph may be purchased as wall art, home decor, apparel, phone cases, greeting cards, and more. All products are produced on-demand and shipped worldwide within 2 - 3 business days.

A guide for the young child in operating a camera, with suggestions for photographing animals and for making backgrounds for indoor shots.
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