Photo is not only the human one time image records, sometimes to convey important information in the world while changing the whole world, this is the photo of power. Photos can bring us to many places, may be year.visit somewhere before us, maybe even never dreamed that place. There are some pictures will let you stop to think. Below this 10 photo let the whole world stopped, all people in seconds of the breath, understand its secret"
The Saigon police commissioner shot a Viet cong" eddy Adams (1968),Christian Louboutin Pumps Adams pocket money "A picture is still the world's most powerful weapon," the Associated Press photographer eddy Adams once wrote. This is a very proper quotes Adams, because he filmed in 1968, the officer of the close shot handcuffed the photos, not only the prisoner head for he won the Pulitzer prize in 1969, also inspired American anti-vietnam war. (note: the more detailed in this photo shooting process),
But for this photo of all political influence, not like that black-and-white photograph itself. Adams did not reveal the photos of the man who was gunned down a Viet cong "revenge" leader, on the same day the leader earlier in dozens of unarmed civilians died. Anyway, this picture immediately became a symbol of cruel war, and let the officer to pull the trigger RuanYuWan -- - became a symbol of general scoundrel.
Unfortunately, this photo influence such as deformed enwinds nguyen for the rest of his life. Christian Louboutin Flats After the war, he was going somewhere where. In an Australian veterans hospital after he refused to heal, he was moved to America, where he encounters a large-scale (though not success) will he expelled protests. He finally settled in Virginia, open a restaurant, but soon because of his past the shadow is not scattered forced the closure. Write a script on the wall, "we know who you are," business also paused.
Adams nguyen encounter, he felt sorry for took this photo to apologize, "general signaled to kill the Viet cong molecules, and I use the camera to kill admiral."