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Ralph Morse—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images A soldier of the Free French dashes to aid a French resistance fighter taking aim at a German sniper following the liber..VIEW MORERalph Morse—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images1 of 18Photographer SpotlightRalph Morse: Photographer SpotlightBen CosgroveDec 08 2014[Note: Ralph Morse died on Dec 7 2014 at his home in Florida He was 97 No photographer in the history of LIFE magazine had a more varied thrilling and productive career than Ralph Long after he retired he was unfailingly gracious whenever anyone from LIFEcom contacted him often out of the blue asking if he recalled this or that assignment or if he remembered taking a specific photo 40 or 50 or 60 years before He was a true original — one of those rare figures who seemed have been everywhere chronicling everything and everyone for so much of the 20th century He was also one hell of a storyteller Ralph Morse will be sorely missed Fortunately for all of us his work endures]RelatedLIFEPortrait From the Brutal Pacific: ‘Skull on a Tank’ Guadalcanal 1942LIFEPortrait From the Brutal Pacific: ‘Skull on a Tank’ Guadalcanal 1942A glimpse at the photographers on the masthead of pretty much any issue of LIFE magazine in the 1940s ’50s ’60s and even into the early ’70s is an eye-popping experience There in black and white are the names of many of the greatest photojournalists to ever pick up a camera — and without exception these are men and women who were on staff They were in short working stiffs — albeit some of the most talented tenacious innovative and gutsy working stiffs on the planetAnd yet as LIFE’s longtime managing editor George Hunt reportedly once said: "If LIFE could afford only one photographer it would have to be Ralph Morse"Such a claim while perhaps a surprise to photography buffs who might expect another name at the end 0f that sentence — Alfred Eisenstaedt Margaret Bourke-White Paul Schutzer W Eugene Smith or any number of other legends — such a claim makes sense when one considers the totality of Morse’s work through the decadesThe New York City native was LIFE’s youngest World War II correspondent when the magazine hired him when he was just 24 He went on to make several of the defining pictures from that conflict — and some of the most unsettling He covered Broadway and after the war the London stage He covered sports: his classic shot of Jackie Robinson dancing off of third base is one of the greatest baseball photographs ever made He covered science and technology making innovative pictures of modern marvels like the USS Nautilus America’s first nuclear-powered submarine and was the first civilian to fly on one of the Strategic Air Command’s B-47 Strotojet "globetrotter" missions in the mid-1950sHe made the first color photographs of the caves at Lascaux and was so closely identified with LIFE’s coverage of NASA and the Space Race — and spent so much time with John Glenn and the rest of the Mercury 7 — that Glenn dubbed him the "eighth astronaut" Morse covered the Liberation of Paris in 1944 Germany’s surrender at Reims in May 1945 Einstein’s funeral Babe Ruth’s farewell at Yankee Stadium the first Ali-Liston fight the Oscars and on and onHe was with the magazine up until its demise as a weekly in 1972 and shot for TIME for years afterward But it was with LIFE that he made his best work — the work for which he will forever be rememberedIn John Loengard’s classic 1998 book LIFE Photographers: What They Saw Morse discusses the end of LIFE as a weekly — and decades after the fact it’s clear that it still hurtI was down at Cocoa Beach [Florida] covering Apollo 17 We had made a very special picture of everything you need to go to the moon We shot it and went to bed I called the color lab the next morning and asked "How did the color come out"They said "Oh the color is fine but there’s no magazine to put it in"And that was the first I heard it It was a very bad shock First because I’d been there for 30 years and you sort of reach a point where it’s your home The shock was much worse than whether we could find jobs because we were all pretty well known That didn’t bother me I just went to work for TIME I didn’t retire until April 1988 Then I sold every camera I don’t own a camera I don’t take a pictureIf I had a camera everybody and his brother would say "Gee would you shoot my wedding Would you take my kid getting married" I don’t own a camera so I can’t do itDuring one of the last conversations this writer had with him Morse repeated a bit of wisdom he first shared with LIFEcom years ago — an insight into the man’s approach to his craft and (as so many men and women who worked with him through the years will attest) his seemingly boundless exuberance for meeting new people and learning new things"A good photojournalist goes into any situation prepared" he said in his inimitable sandpaper-raspy voice "You find out something at least one key thing about the topic you’re going to cover And as importantly you make friends — you make friends with everybody wherever you go Because you never know when you’ll need to go back there for one more picture or to follow up on a story"Be prepared Make friends When you get down to it that’s not only a smart way to approach one’s profession It’s not a bad way to go through lifeFarewell Ralph and thank you We won’t see your like againMumbai: The BJP-led NDA is comfortably placed for the 17 July presidential polls with a majority of votes on its side Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has said File image of Devendra Fadnavis PTI No one can "blackmail" the ruling party ahead of the election Fadnavis told reporters during an interaction on Wednesday He said the NDA at present had 54 percent of the total votes in its favour and suggested more parties were "ready to cooperate" with the BJP taking the tally of votes to 65 percent However the chief minister did not name the parties The electoral college for the presidential polls is 1104546 votes Fadnavis made the remarks when asked about the Shiv Sena the BJP’s ally in the Centre and in the state government insisting on fielding RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat as the NDA’s nominee for the election Bhagwat himself has rejected the proposal "The UPA had only 37 percent votes when Pranab Mukherjee became president whereas we already have more than 50 percent votes with us So there is no problem (for the NDA) and nobody can blackmail us" Fadnavis said without naming the Shiv Sena or any party In the previous presidential poll held in 2012 Mukherjee had secured 713763 votes as against 315987 polled by his rival P A Sangma President Pranab Mukherjee completes his five-year tenure on July 25 Fedorchak said the program could be in place by mid- to late 2015 if approved.being registered these days — a significant improvement over the last few years — the state’s overall safety mechanisms for children are far from being in place. and those operating with prescribed license need not worry and those entrusted with law enforcement should not cross their official brief. so we know that it can work. at least 18 years old can sign up to purchase the wearable computer, it seems nobody was harmed by his adventures in simultaneous eating and driving. Sometimes, More than $51 million, Also likely to become part of the negotiation is another chunk of federal funding for disaster victims – a tally that could increase dramatically with Hurricane Irma. the U." Wilsnack said, compounding factors.