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LENNART NILSSON - macrophotography

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   LENNART NILSSON - Swedishphotographer and scientist - was born in Strängnäs (24.VIII.1922 – 28.I.2017), SWEDEN. His father and uncle were both photographers. His father gave him his first camera at age twelve. When he was around fifteen, he saw a documentary about Louis Pasteur that made him interested in microscopy.
   In his late teens and twenties, he began taking a series of environmental portraits with an Icoflex Zeiss camera, and had the opportunity to photograph many famous Swedes.
   He began his professional career in the mid-1940s. One of his earliest assignments was covering the liberation of NORWAY in 1945 during World War II.
   He achieved international fame in 1965, when his photographs of the beginning of human life appeared on the cover and on sixteen pages of Lifemagazine, which sold eight million copies in the first four days after publication. Some of the photographs from it were later included on both Voyager spacecraft (i.s.).


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