Jim Laughead

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James Laughead (July 21, 1909 – 1978) was a photographer whose style defined the art of posed sports photography.[citation needed] He developed techniques for posing athletes to appear as if they were in action.[citation needed] He coined the term "huck 'n' buck" to describe the style.[citation needed] His photos appeared in Life and in Sports Illustrated. His style was of posing players was often imitated, and influenced many of the sports photographers of his era.[citation needed]

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