20 nostalgic photographs taken by the best photographers of the Soviet Union
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Want to feel a little nostalgic? Let's start the time machine together to remember the rhythm of life. Here you will find the best photographs from the geniuses of Soviet photography.
It’s not so easy to take an expressive shot, especially when you only have 36 attempts from one roll of film. But the lens masters from the Land of the Soviets could sometimes create something much more than an ordinary photograph. Behind every such stunning shot is the history of a person, a city, a country.
This issue contains photographs of famous Soviet photographers. Watch a selection of stunning Soviet footage and experience the whole gamut of feelings.
Sports ornament. 1959 Photographer: Lev Borodulin.
New Year's Eve in a psychiatric hospital. Moscow, 1988. Photographer: Pavel Krivtsov.
From the series “The Birth of Man.” 1970 Photographer: Sergey Vasiliev.
Sunday. 1965 Photographer: Igor Gnevashev.
Record jump of Valery Brumel. 1963 Photographer: Alexander Ptitsyn.
The first day. 1964 Photographer: Lev Sherstennikov.
Swing. 1977 Photographer: Mikhail Golosovsky.
Lonely but wise. Victory Day, 1977. Photographer: Igor Gavrilov.
Flight attendants. 1970 Photographer: Andrey Knyazev.
Portrait shot of a couple in love. 1975 Photographer: Gunara Binde.
Two guys are walking along the Potemkin Stairs. 1969 Photographer: Friedrich Grinberg.
Girl in a boat. 1970 Photographer: Valdis Brauns.
A teenager plays with a dog on the beach. Bashkiria, 1978.
Mikhail Gorbachev surrounded by deputies of the Supreme Council of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. 1989 Photographer: Vladimir Fedorenko.
Children draw with chalk on the slabs. 1960 Photographer: Anatoly Khrupov.
In front of the mirror. 1971 Photographer: Viktor Akhlomov.
Solfeggio. 1967 Photographer: Vladimir Lagrange.
The checkpoint is 80 km from the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. 1989 Photographer: Igor Kostin.
Figure skaters Belousova and Protopopov on the ice. 1965 Photographer: Sergey Lidov.
Rhythm of labor. 1960 Photographer: Nikolay Matorin.