Robert F. Kennedy Portrait
Eugene, Oregon Press Conference
May 18, 1968 Included in the RFK Center Photo Collection
16x20 Inch Archival Giclee Art Print
Image Dimensions are 11.3 x17 inches
Heavyweight 270 gsm Satin paper
Signed/Dated on lower white border
Clear Sleeved on Acid Free Foam Core
Shipped Flat, Insured with Tracking
This hard hitting documentary portrait offers an intensive look as captured upon the face of Robert Kennedy during a press conference. The image reflects his resolve as he faced tough questions. His determination to end the Vietnam War clearly shows in this documentary portrait.
The photograph was taken with a 300mm Nikkor lens, a personal favorite for pulling in distant subject matter. Exposures were made on Kodak TRI-X film. I used the original pristine negative to produce this razor sharp, brilliantly toned print.
Robert Kennedy fought for Civil Rights as Attorney General; his positive vision for the advancement of peace, justice, equality and responsibility is still relevant today. This image is part of a portfolio of images selected by the RFK Center and the New York City Metropolitan Transit Authority in a promotion (Fall 2008) celebrating the renaming of their Triborough Bridge to the RFK Bridge.
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