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  • Author:
    Marianne Fulton
  • ISBN:
    0821216589
  • ISBN13:
    978-0821216583
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  • Publisher:
    New York Graphic Society (February 1989)
  • Pages:
    384 pages
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    Photography & Video
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The book was published in 1988 so it's really a first class historical survey and obviously missing developments in digital photography and image presentation in the electronic media.

The book was published in 1988 so it's really a first class historical survey and obviously missing developments in digital photography and image presentation in the electronic media. The text is supported by 370 mono and 44 color photos, though the color is a portfolio without text in the back pages. If I have a criticism it that so many of the photos are a bit too black and obscure so much detail. There is a quite extensive bibliography (of pre-1988 books) and twenty-one pages of biographies of two hundred photographers.

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Perhaps a slightly confusing title as it has no specific connection to Time magazine though it is, of course, mentioned quite a lot. Another point is that the thrust of the editorial is towards photojournalism in magazines, from the Thirties, more than daily papers.

The coverage of the early days doesn't really start until nearly fifty years after the 1839 evolution of photography. Cameras, film and the means to transfer images quickly came together and a new visual medium was created. Photographers like Matthew Brady, Timothy O'Sullivan, Jacob Riis and Lewis Hines took images that fascinated and shocked the public.

It isn't until the 1930s that contemporary photojournalism really became an art genre that captured history. In an excellent essay (by Colin Osman and Sandra Phillips) the origins of the great American news and general interest weeklies were based on European magazines, particularly in Germany, where the development of small cameras, efficient printing, cheap paper and a huge literate population meant that picture titles were available for all. The German 'Berlin Illustrirte Zeitung', French 'Vu' and the British 'Picture Post' and 'Weekly Illustrated' strongly influenced Life (1936) and Look (1937) in the way they presented a picture story.

Life magazine is probably the most well-known photojournalism weekly. Plenty of their photo essays are now famous but they did have the pick of the best photographers in the world. The chapter: Changing focus 1950 to 1980 follows the decline of the weekly magazines, least in the US (because advertisers preferred TV) and the rise of the photojournalist who had their work published in books and newspaper supplements.

The book was published in 1988 so it's really a first class historical survey and obviously missing developments in digital photography and image presentation in the electronic media. The text is supported by 370 mono and 44 color photos, though the color is a portfolio without text in the back pages. If I have a criticism it that so many of the photos are a bit too black and obscure so much detail. There is a quite extensive bibliography (of pre-1988 books) and twenty-one pages of biographies of two hundred photographers.