Editor’s Note: To honor the historic Apollo 11 moon landing of July 20, 1969, a special “Filming Man in Space” issue of American Cinematographer detailed the extensive photographic work done to document the complex project in still photos and motion pictures — on Earth, in space and on the lunar surface. What follows is a selection of that end-to-end coverage, as printed in our October 1969 issue.  Some images are additional or alternate. All are courtesy of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, specifically the NASA History Office and the NASA JSC Media Services Center. Opening this curated collection is a new introduction by James L. Neihouse, ASC — who worked closely with NASA and the astronauts over the course of many years and missions, serving as an Earth-based director of photography on multiple projects, as well as teaching cinematography to those who would travel into space. The results include the documentaries Destiny in Space (1994), Space Station 3D (2002), Blue Planet (2003), Hubble 3D (2010) and A Beautiful Planet (2016).  Most recently, Neihouse coordinated a global photographic team for the project One More Orbit, a record-shattering, high-speed  fl...