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Hungarian-U.S. photographer and photojournalist. He moved from Budapest to Paris in 1925 in search of opportunity, and became a major contributor to European illustrated periodicals. He arrived in New York in 1936 intending to work for a commercial studio for a year, but stayed on, doing largely fashion photography for major U.S. magazines. He returned to his creative style c.1962, and in 1964 the Museum of Modern Art gave an exhibition of his works. His spontaneous, unposed pictures exerted a strong influence on magazine photography.