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a black and white photo of martin luther king looking out at crowd in montgomery, 1965
Year in Focus by Getty Images on iBooks
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. speaking in front of 25,000 civil rights marchers, at the conclusion of the Selma to Montgomery march in front of Alabama state capital building on March 25, 1965. See this and more memorable anniversaries in pictures via Year in Focus 2015 available on iBooks.
a woman sitting on a chair next to a table with newspapers all over it and a pool in the background
Creative Insights
“I wanted to get a shot of an Oscar winner the morning after, when the reality bites that the statue has changed their lives, their careers, their pay-checks. I was so fed up with seeing actresses in ball gowns on stage crying, holding up their Oscars. I wanted my picture to tell the bigger story – the morning-after reality." - Photographer Terry O'Neill | American actress Faye Dunaway takes breakfast by the pool with the day's newspapers at the Beverley Hills Hotel, 29th March 1977.
a group of men standing next to each other in front of a car
Creative Insights
“The hip-hop scene in those days was so fresh. This was before the Internet, MTV, stylists, and big record companies with money. People were telling stories about their lives and just making music."