1 of 9 Eddie Adams, who took this famous Vietnam War picture of a Vietcong prisoner being shot dead, has died at the age of 71. He won the Pulitzer Prize for it in 1969, but later said it was unfair on the police chief who carried out the killing.
2 of 9 Adams preferred this picture of Vietnamese boat people trying to flee the war.
3 of 9 He took this picture of Jacqueline Kennedy at the burial of her husband, President John F Kennedy, in November 1963.
4 of 9 Adams photographed Leila Khaled, a Palestinian famous for her involvement in a series of hijackings in 1970.
5 of 9 Adams took this portrait of jazz great Louis Armstrong playing his gold-plated trumpet in New York in June 1970.
6 of 9 He captured President Gerald Ford and First Lady Betty Ford as they prepared to leave the White House in 1977.
7 of 9 Here, pony driver John Streets pauses outside a coal mine in West Virginia, US, where he earned $14.80 a day in 1969.
8 of 9 Adams took this picture of Mother Teresa, cradling an armless baby girl, at her order's orphanage in Calcutta, India in 1978.
9 of 9 Adams, pictured here in 1992, died in Manhattan on 19 September 2004, aged 71.