CAPTURING WORLD WAR II THROUGH A PICTURE
"Deardorff Camera Historical Web Site"
May 6, 2001
Photojournalism truly started with the beginning of Time-Life Magazine. The equipment and knowledge before hand, was not advanced enough to make it a really big part of journalism. Although now it's considered a major part of portraying world and local events, it has its real history in capturing Wolrd War II. During the war years, this was a major information relayer for those back in the United States who could not see first-hand how the military was really responding in certain situations.
There were several photojournalist that were truely able to capture such
vital pionts in history, through a single film negative. Eventhough there
are many important journalists here are just a few worth mentioning:
http://www.photohist-ensign.demon.co.uk/1939cat.htm, May 6, 2001.
Sites to Visit:
To see artist work put into action.
To see and find any article that Life Magazine has published.
To find about previous winners of the Wisie Award for Magazine Photography.
To find out who is considered to be top photojournalists.
More information on photojournalists.
May 8, 2001