What camera did Robert Capa use?
Likewise, people ask, what was Robert Capa style of photography?
In 1931 and 1932 Capa worked for Dephot, a German picture agency, before establishing himself in Paris, where he assumed the name Robert Capa. He first achieved fame as a war correspondent in the Spanish Civil War. By 1936 his mature style fully emerged in grim, close-up views of death such as Loyalist Soldier, Spain.
Subsequently, question is, where did Robert Capa take pictures? Spain
Also question is, what film did Robert Capa use?
From 1947 on, Capa always used black and white together with colour. When he was killed in Vietnam, one of the two cameras he carried on his last day was found loaded with colour film, the other, black and white.
What influenced Robert Capa?
Robert Capa(1913-1954) came up with idea for Magnum and founded the cooperative two years after World War II with fellow photographers David “Chim” Seymour, Henri Cartier-Bresson, George Rodger and William Vandivert. But before he sparked Magnum, he created himself.