Photojournalism 1855 to the Present: Editor's Choice

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Ever since Roger Fenton inaugurated the genre by photographing the Crimean War in 1855, the world's great photojournalists have used a variety of approaches to bear witness to their times. At one end of the photojournalistic spectrum are war photographers like Robert Capa and Larry Burrows, who capture the most extreme events of human existence as they happen; at the other are social documentarians like Lewis Hine and Sebasti+uo Salgado, who step back from the single dramatic incident to cover in depth such economic and ...

Photojournalism 1855 to the Present: Editor's Choice 2006, Abbeville Press, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780789208958

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