Moves to studio on Seventh Avenue, where he lives for the remainder of his life.
Changes Magnum status to contributing photographer.
Slide presentation of creation photographs is shown at the Eleventh Miami Conference of Photojournalists. Photographs in Monument Valley for Holiday.
Travels to India upon invitation from the government, where he observes the plight of the Tibetan refugees and becomes fascinated by buddhism and the mysticism of the Himalayas.
Shoots movie stills for Little Big Man. Prepares photo essays for Holiday and Esquire on American Indians.
Travels to Kenya to photograph animals for the book The Creation.
Publishes first edition of The Creation (Viking), which would eventually sell over 350,000 copies. Excerpts are printed in major photographic magazines. Photographs the Grand Canyon and the southwest for Time-Life Books.
First assignment for Marlboro cigarettes, an account that would continue for twelve years. Invited to The Maine Photographic Workshops, the beginning of a long involvement teaching workshops throughout the world. Photographs extensively in Germany for an upcoming book on that country. In 1972 travels to Rajasthan, India for Stern and to Sikkim and Darjeeling. The Smithsonian Institute sponsors his trip to Bhutan to cover the coronation (1974).
Begins working on audio-visuals with a dissolve unit and music in an effort to transform the still image into another form of expression.
Photographs extensively in Venice for the Time-Life Books series “The Great Cities.” Publishes his second book, In America (Viking). Travels to Ladakh for Geo.
Publishes In Deutschland. American edition, In Germany, published 1977 (Viking). Travels to Nepal for his upcoming book on the Himalayas.
Eastman Kodak Company produces an 18 x 60-foot print titled Impalas Grazing, displayed at Grand Central Station in New York. Until then, the largest color print ever produced.