Charles Moore, photojournalist who brought us images of the civil rights struggle in the South, died last week. This morning’s New York Times has a feature on his legacy and the evolving nature of the craft in a world of ubiquitous image capturing devices. Not to be missed is this slide show of some his work from that tumultuous era. Charles Moore was an intrepid professional and those who seeks to inform the public of important events by way of still images stand on the shoulders of this giant.

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