Victor Jorgensen is a former Navy photo journalist who probably is most notable for taking a photograph of an impromptu scene in Manhattan on August 14, 1945, but from a different angle and in a less dramatic exposure than that of a photograph taken by Alfred Eisenstaedt. Both photographs were of the same V-J Day embrace of a woman in a white dress by a sailor. Eisenstaedt's better known photograph, V–J day in Times Square was published in Life. On the day after the images were taken by the two photographers, the one taken by Jorgensen was published in the New York Times. His photograph, which was taken while he was on duty, is retained in the national archives. A copy of it is displayed to the right.