Lewis Morley - The iconic Keeler photograph

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Every photographer dreams of creating an image that captures a moment in history, Lewis Morley did just that, although in later life he viewed the image as a 'milestone'. His iconic image of Christine Keeler sitting naked astride a plywood chair is as fresh now as when he pressed the shutter button. Sadly Lewis has died aged 88, the photograph came to symbolise both the Profumo scandal and the sexual revolution of the Swinging Sixties. Full obituary Daily Telegraph - http://bit.ly/1aXuUjQ  Also The Independent http://ind.pn/1e5goI3

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