|01||Jacob A Riis: Police Lodging Room, Church Street Station, 1895||19991206|
Riis's photographs of the New York slum had an immediate and extraordinary impact on society, pioneering the style of crusading journalism that continues today.
|02||Julia Margaret Cameron: Portrait Of Thomas Carlyle, 1867||19991207|
The significance of this haunting portrait is in the life-size reproduction of the head.
|03||Four Legs, Muybridge, 1872||19991208|
No animal painting and no vet's understanding was ever the same again after Edward Muybridge's sequence of photographs proved that a horse had all four feet off the ground when galloping.
|04||Eddie Adams: Execution Of A Vietcong Suspect, 1968||19991209|
This execution was reproduced in newspapers around the world within hours of being taken and is credited with ending the Vietnam War.
|05 LAST||Lennart Nilsson: The Inner Child||19991210|
The first ever photograph of a live fetus taken inside its mother's womb.