Der US-amerikanische Fotoreporter Bill Eppridge ist gestorben
05.10.2013 Der 1938 in Buenos Aires geborene US-amerikanische Fotojournalist Bill Eppridge (Bild) ist am 3. Oktober 2013 in Danbury, Connecticut, gestorben.
Die Ermordung Robert Kennedys, Astronauten beim Apollo-13-Drama, Fixer mit Überdosis: Der Fotograf Bill Eppridge dokumentierte turbulente Jahre in den USA.
Bill Eppridge, a Life magazine photographer, took and was often haunted by a famed Robert F. Kennedy assassination photo.
Bill Eppridge died on October 3, 2013. As part of its ongoing tribute to the great photojournalist, LIFE.com presents Eppridge's "Needle Park" photo essay, in its entirety.
He photographed a wide range of subjects, including the Beatles, young people in what was then the Soviet Union, the Olympics, wars and Woodstock.
Bill Eppridge, one of the most legendary photojournalists, died Wednesday. He was 75. Eppridge was a staff photographer for LIFE where he covered many assignments, including the Vietnam War, heroin addicts in New York City and the presidential campaign of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy. One of his most iconic images was of Kennedy's lying on the floor in a hotel kitchen immediately after being shot, and the busboy looking up for help.
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