David Burnett Net Worth
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The main source of income: Actors
Total Net Worth at the moment 2019 year – is about $140,8 Million.
David Burnett information Birth date: September 7, 1946 Birth place: Salt Lake City, Utah, United States Profession:Actor Education:Colorado CollegeAwards:World Press Photo of the Year
:How tall is David Burnett – 1,76m.
How much weight is David Burnett – 82kg
David Burnett (born in 1946 in Salt Lake City, USA). He is a magazine photojournalist. His work from the 1979 Iranian revolution was published extensively in Time (including its Man of the Year portrait of the Ayatollah Khomeini).He has won dozens of top awards for his work, including the 1973 Robert Capa Gold Medal (with Raymond Depardon and Chas Gerretsen) from the Overseas Press Club for work in Chile, Magazine Photographer of the Year from the National Press Photographers Association, and the World Press Photo of the Year. Burnett lives in Washington, D.C.He graduated from Colorado College in 1968 and began working as a freelance photographer for Time and Life, first in the United States and later in Vietnam. On June 8, 1972. Burnett was one of the photojournalists present at Tr?ng B?ng in T?y Ninh Province when Nick Ut of the Associated Press captured his famous image of the nine-year-old Vietnamese girl Phan Th? Kim Ph?c and some other children fleeing a napalm attack. Two South Vietnamese Skyraider aircraft went off course and dropped the incendiary bombs near the journalists, resulting in the deaths of two children and inflicting serious burns on others, including Kim Ph?c. Burnett also shot pictures of the scene. After two years in Vietnam, he joined the French photo agency Gamma, travelling the world for its news department for two years.In 1975 he co-founded a new photo agency, Contact Press Images, in New York City. For the last three decades he has traveled extensively, working for most of the major magazines in the United States and Europe. His work covering the 2004 Olympics with an array of antiquated cameras and films received positive reviews in the photography press and in The New York Times.In 2004, Burnett also used his Speed Graphic with a 178mm f/2.5 Aero-Ektar lens removed from a K-24 aerial camera to cover the Presidential campaign of John Kerry.In 2009 Burnett published a book of intimate, unpublished images he took of reggae singer Bob Marley, titled Soul Rebel.
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