Tributes Pour In For Late Photojournalist Tim Page

Friends and former colleagues hailed storied Vietnam War photographer Tim Page as a “mentor” and an “amazing talent” on Thursday, after he passed away in Australia aged 78.

The English snapper and author enjoyed a career spanning half a century and countless datelines, but is most famous for a series of gritty, haunting and compelling images from the Vietnam War.

With a Leica camera slung over his shoulder and a cigarette — or something stronger — usually dangling from his lips, Page spent much of the 1960s roving the deltas and jungles of Indochina, capturing images that would define the war and an era.

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