Marlene Dietrich at the recording studios of COLUMBIA RECORDS. New York City. USA., 1952 Ph. Eve Arnold
Heinz Hajek-Halke, German experimental photographer, 1898–1983.
He experimented with photographic techniques — among them light montages, double exposures, photo collages and photo montages. One special technique is “combi-photography,” in which Hajek-Halke mounted several negatives for one print. His pictures were innovative and made use of the newly discovered possibilities for manipulating photographs. His work connected the photography of “Neues Sehen” [New Seeing] with the experiments of the group “fotoform” and of “subjective photography” in Germany of the post-war era.
Portraits of Eva Braun (1912 – 1945), longtime companion and eventual (though only briefly) wife of Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler, late 1930s.
Photos by Hugo Jaeger