Explore Vintage Cameras, Antique Cameras, and more!

Explore related topics

Weegee the Great

1944 -- Polish-born photographer Arthur Fellig with his Speed Graphic camera. He was known by the police as Weegee for his Ouija-like prescience of crime scenes and disasters.

Image from http://mcnyblog.files.wordpress.com/2012/02/84_195_01-copy.jpg.

Weegee images from the archives of the Museum of the City of New York. A crime scene photo of Carlo Tresca.

Not all Weegee's shots were morbid, however. Some were just plain comical. Here, a group converges around a passed out drunk outside a New York restaurant circa 1945.

Gritty photographer Weegee captures New York's sordid and crime-ridden streets after dark

Not all Weegee's shots were morbid, however. Some were just plain comical. Here, a group converges around a passed out drunk outside a New York restaurant circa

Bloodied Woman Reaching Out in the 1920s

12 Grotesque Snapshots From Weegee, History's Most Famous Crime Scene Photographer

Bloodied Woman Reaching Out in is listed (or ranked) 11 on the list 12 Shocking and Gruesome Photos by Weegee, the Famous Crime Scene Photographer

Weegee: from The International Center of Photography’s latest exhibition, “Murder Is My Business.”

Weegee at Work

Weegee: from The International Center of Photography’s latest exhibition, “Murder Is My Business.

An unidentified man in a white t-shirt examines the hand of one of two male corpses that lie on a sidwalk on August 11, 1941.

Weegee photographs - Photos - Shocking photos from famed crime photographer Weegee

An unidentified man in a white t-shirt examines the hand of one of two male corpses that lie on a sidwalk on August 11, 1941.

Pinterest
Search