Herbert Tobias

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Herbert Tobias (14 December 1924 – 17 August 1982) was a German photographer who specialized in black & white. He is credited with giving Christa Päffgen the sobriquet Nico. Also he made some famous portraits of the performer Valeska Gert, Andreas Baader from RAF, Hildegard Knef, Zarah Leander, Amanda Lear, Klaus Kinski, Tatjana Gsovsky, and Jean-Pierre Ponnelle.

He was born in Dessau, and died in Hamburg, from AIDS, aged 57.

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