Origin of capa
Definition for capa (2 of 2)
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Given his own attraction to the medium, Capa was quick to try his hand in this subject.
There is no evidence that Capa produced color photos again until 1947, after the war had ended.
Throughout his career, Capa never abandoned his passion for capturing groundbreaking political events.
The Daily Pic: André Liohn wins the Capa Gold Medal for his Libyan photos.
Correction: This article initially reported Hondros' audio photo gallery was made after he won the Capa award.
Who was 'capa turpa' in applauding the men who were framing the American Constitution at Paris?The Secret Memoirs of Louis XV./XVI, Complete|Madame du Hausset, an "Unknown English Girl" and the Princess Lamballe
However, the capa made up for all defects in dress, and Maximo was perfectly content with things as they were.Wanderings in Patagonia|Julius Beerbohm
The filling of a cigar is called tripa, or tripe; the wrapper, capa, or overcoat.The Philippine Islands|Ramon Reyes Lala
The Spanish capa, thrown round the neck and face as well as the body, is an unrivaled means of disguise.Doa Perfecta|Benito Prez Galds
Human nature under the frock-coat of civilisation is much the same as under the capa of the Tehuelche.Through the Heart of Patagonia|H. Hesketh Prichard