Tim Page: Gonzo Photographer Whose Pictures Appeared in Publications Around the World

From a New York Times obit by Seth Mydans headlined “Tim Page, Gonzo Photographer of Vietnam War, Is Dead at 78”:

Tim Page, one of the pre-eminent photographers of the Vietnam War, known as much for his larger-than-life personality as for his intense and powerful combat photographs, died on Wednesday in New South Wales, Australia.

A freelancer and a free spirit whose Vietnam pictures appeared in publications around the world during the 1960s, he was seriously wounded four times, most severely when a piece of shrapnel took a chunk out of his brain and sent him into months of recovery and rehabilitation.