150 Years of Photo Journalism, Volume 1

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Published September 15th 1995 by Könemann (first published 1995
Original Title of the Book
150 Years of Photo Journalism
Number of Pages
896

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They just do n't do justice to most of the hotos and it seems like the author just riffed off the pictures when writing the captions.

I understand that for pictures this old, much of the information may have been lost, but even an " Author unknown, taken around 1880-1890 somewhere in Southern England " is vastly preferable to general chit-chat with no actual details.

Each time a picture is referenced, you 'll have to go hunting on the age in order to find it.However, since the nove is about the pictures and not the captions, lets take a look at the photos.

You can only hope that they continued to lead fulfilling and happy lives after the photos were taken ( though for many it is unlikely due to the turbulent times of those days) .All in all, for anyone interested in sociolog, history or old photos, this nove may be of mild interest but for anyone actually looking for more information about the historie of photojournalism, this book unfortunately does n't deliver.

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