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|Statement||by Nick Mills and the editors of Boston Publishing Company.|
|Series||The Vietnam experience|
|Contributions||Boston Publishing Company.|
|LC Classifications||DS557.7 .M54 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||176 p. :|
|Number of Pages||176|
|LC Control Number||83025870|
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I really enjoyed this book about war, from both sides that of a combat photographer and of a U.S. Marine. Photojournalist Finbarr O'Reilly and Sgt. TJ Brennan first met while both stationed at an outpost in southern Afghanistan's Helmand province/5. The first official attempts at war photography were made by the British government at the start of the Crimean MarchGilbert Elliott was commissioned to photograph views of the Russian fortifications along the coast of the Baltic Sea.
Roger Fenton was the first official war photographer and the first to attempt a systematic coverage of war for the benefit of the public. He was profiled in the documentary film Under Fire: Journalists in Combat (Peabody Award winner, Oscar finalist) and has held fellowships at Harvard, Yale, Columbia, and the MacDowell Colony.
He was a Reuters senior photographer for Israel and the Combat photographer book Territories in /5(44). Richard Cahan and Mark Jacob, co-authors of Aftershock: The Human Toll of War, discussed their book and the work of U.S.
Army Signal Corps photographers in World War II during a panel presentation at the National Archives in Washington, DC, on November The book is a compendium of Signal Corps photographs taken in the final year of World War II that the authors individually scanned from.
Tammy Hineline is a Sergeant in the US Marine Corps serving as a Combat Photographer / Videographer. And Tammy follows the Tangents blog. She graciously responded to my request asking if she’d be interested in writing a guest article about the life as a military photographer in the Marines.
A Photojournalist’s Field Guide: In the trenches with combat photographer tacy Pearsalls Stacy Pearsall Peachpit Press To report errors, please send a note to [email protected] Military combat photographers will tell you that part of the job involves accepting that their next step may be the last.
This image is the last photo military photographer : Ryan Connelly Holmes. After Combat, a Photographer and a Marine Find Common Ground By Finbarr O'Reilly Aug. 22, Aug. 22, My camera shutter whirred as a rocket-propelled grenade wobbled toward Sgt.
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Nick Mills makes an admirable effort to chronicle the role of the American Soldier - as seen through the lenses of Army combat photography but I'm hopeful a book will be written someday about the courageous photographers, many wounded and decorated, who braved jungle operations, exposed themselves to enemy fire, to document American Soldiers and their bravery/5.
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