Henri Cartier-Bresson was mistakenly credited for the beautiful “A girl and a dog” photo. All the credits should go to Lithuania-based Andrej Vasilenko, who snapped it back in Cartier-Bresson was dead at that time – as in not alive anymore.
A man whose name is, for many, synonymous with landscape photography, Adams was one of America's most well-known photographers by the just a few years after his decision to pursue photography as a career
Stairs at Liljeholmen in Stockholm, Sweden This photograph is so simple in its composition but creates a very interesting piece. The simple use of black and white creates almost a silhouette of the stairs and those walking up or down it.