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Legendary photojournalist Robert Capa may be primarily known for his dramatic black-and-white war images, but an exhibition in Budapest is casting light on his lesser-known color peacetime pictures.For six decades after his death in 1954, Capa's color images remained largely overlooked – until the "Capa in Color" exhibition was launched in New York last year.Co-founder of Magnum, the world's first cooperative agency for freelance photographers, Capa recognized color's potential and became an "early adopter," Viragvolgyi remarked.Capa's efforts failed to convince editors who continued to pick his black-and-white images.From 1947 onward, Capa almost always worked with two cameras, one loaded with black-and-white film, one with color.'Capa in Color' is up at Budapest's Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center through Sept. 20 .
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