A cache of photographic negatives taken by Robert Capa that was presumed lost during WWII has been recently located and recovered.
Capa established a mode and the method of depicting war in these photographs, of the photographer not being an observer but being in the battle, and that became the standard that audiences and editors from then on demanded. Anything else, and it looked like you were just sitting on the sidelines. And that visual revolution he embodied took place right here, in these early pictures.
The negatives could change the way we regard Capa and his photos. There’s even speculation that they may prove or disprove that he staged his most famous photo. Here’s a close-up look at one of the suitcases and the hand-lettered negative descriptions. (thx, tammy)