|Born||6 December 1898
Dirschau (Tczew), West Prussia, Imperial Germany
|Died||24 August 1995
Menemsha, Massachusetts, United States
Alfred Eisenstaedt (6 December 1898 – 24 August 1995) was a German photographer and photojournalist. He is renowned for his candid photographs, frequently made using a 35mm Leica M3 rangefinder camera. He is best remembered for his photograph capturing the celebration of V-J Day.
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- Zone, Ray (2007), Alfred Eisenstaedt, http://artscenecal.com/ArticlesFile/Archive/Articles1997/Articles0397/AEisenstaedt.html Archived 28 June 2007 at WebCite
- "Alfred Eisenstaedt, Photographer of the Defining Moment, Is Dead at 96". New York Times. 1995-08-25. http://www.nytimes.com/learning/general/onthisday/bday/1206.html. Retrieved 2008-09-23. "Alfred Eisenstaedt, the German photographer whose pioneering images for Life magazine helped define American photojournalism, died on Wednesday while vacationing on Martha's Vineyard in Massachusetts. He was 96 and lived in Manhattan."