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Heroes of Film

Paving the way and rocking the canisters.

Lessons from Shooting Film: Great tips for going old school with your art!

Yousef Karsh, a portrait photographer, became internationally famous when he photographed Winston Churchill in December,1941. Karsh recalled Churchill marching into the room scowling, "...regarding my cameras as he might regard the German enemy." Karsh removed Churchill's cigar, the scowl deepened and he thrust his head forward belligerently. The image captured Churchill and the Britain of the time perfectly -- defiant and unconquerable, and may be the most reproduced photographic portrait in history.