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The Most Popular Photos In History: Learn their secrets!

Hey there, Geniallymaniacs! Today we’re bringing you a post we hope you’ll enjoy and that may well serve as inspiration for you to make some genius contents with our tool.  The majority of you will recognize theimages we’ll show you below. They’re some of the most popular photographs in history. Nevertheless, we’re sure you’re never seen them like this!  It’s awesome!

Remember that with these kinds of interactive images (click here if you want to learn how to make an interactive image in just a few minutes) the experience of users who stumble across them in blogs o websites is more impactful and entertaining because it invites them to explore and discover each detail of their contents.

In this case, we’ve applied this knowledge to some of the most popular photographs in history and have added interactivity.  That way, you’ll discover all the details (and even a few secrets!) that are sure to interest you. We hope you like them as much as we do!

“The Kiss” (1945)

Photographer: Alfred Eisenstaedt

On August 14, 1945, the allied troops defeat Japan, achieve the Japaneses’ surrender, and with this, effectively end World War II.People are possessed with a general sense of euphoria, they go out into the streets to celebrate, a marine wraps his arms around an unknown nurse and kisses her.

 

 

“Lunch atop a Skyscraper” (1932)

Photographer: Charles Clyde Ebbets

This photograph was taken on September 29, 1932, during the construction of the gothic-style RCA skyscraper in New York, where it fit in well with Rockefeller Center. Getting into the specifics, this photo was taken from apartment 69.

 

 

“Kiss by the Town Hall” (1950)

Photographer: Robert Doisneau

Robert Doisneau took this photograph, which has become one of the most famous in the world, made into the cover of important magazines like Vogue in the dark times which followed World War II.  In it, we see a couple kissing in front of the Town Hall in Paris.

 

What did you think about the final result? Share it widely and let inspiration and creativity flow! Until next time!

Mónica Bernáldez
Mónica Bernáldez
Periodista, publicista, blogger. Comunicadora de toda la vida ;-)


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