Robert Capa was a famous war photographer, serving in both WWI and WWII. His variety of pictures captured the hardships and values in the ar itself, something never before seen as a Photojournalist. He’s traveled all around the world, going wherever the war takes him capturing both sides of the war. Always hoping to capture that stunning moment for audiences. He was termed “the greatest war photographer in the world” in 1938, proving himself even more. His most famous work was his photo taken during D-Day. Which D-day was an important battle in WWII. It captures the soldiers running out into battle on the sandy beaches of Normandy, and the waves of the shore. He studied Journalism and Political Science knowing pretty early on what he wanted to be and with hard work he got there.