Documentary Photography Reconsidered

History, Theory and Practice

Exploration and explanation of the theory, history and practice of documentary photography - introducing students to key concepts, techniques and artists Les mer
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Exploration and explanation of the theory, history and practice of documentary photography - introducing students to key concepts, techniques and artists

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Foreword: Steven MayesIntroductionChapter 1. Reconsidering Documentary PhotographyChapter 2. Documentary Photography and MemoryChapter 3: The Documentary Photograph as EvidenceChapter 4. The Photographer as WitnessChapter 5: NarrativeAppendix: ResourcesBibliographyEndnotesList of IllustrationsIndex

Om forfatteren

Michelle Bogre, a Professor Emerita at Parsons School of Design, is a documentary photographer, copyright lawyer and author of Photography As Activism: Images for Social Change, and Photography 4.0: A Teaching Guide for the 21st Century, both published by Focal Press. She regularly writes about photography and law for national print and on line publications. She is working on a long-term documentary project on family farms in America.