Daily Mirror Photographer, George Greenwell, St Pauls cathedral, Royals, World War
Illustration of a Daily Mirror Photographer having a steady hand and not needing a tripod for his camera. Pictured on the left is staff photographer George Greenwell resting the camera on his arm, a man confident enough to work without a tripod.George was one of the Mirrors best known photographers and had a wide range of talents He was best known for his World War two Blitz pictures especialy his picture of London burning from the top of St Pauls cathedral. He was an al lround photographer that was at home with News, Sport, Royals as well as fashion with quality being his watchword. Always at the forefront of technological change as this picture taken in the 40's shows - when others settled for the tripod then george (left) held his camera in his hand.Picture taken in 1936.
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|Keywords||1930s,Men,Photographers,Photography,Cameras,Media,Press,Occupations,Professions,Equipment,Steadiness,Skill,Men Only,Age Unknown,Hidden|
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