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[EPUB] ✼ A History of Photography in 50 Cameras By Michael Pritchard – Formresponse.co.uk A History of Photography in 50 Cameras explores the 180 year story of perhaps the most widely used device ever built It covers cameras in all forms revealing the origins and development of each model A History of Photography in 50 Cameras explores the 180 year story of perhaps the most widely used device ever built It covers cameras in all forms revealing the origins and development of each model and tracing the stories of the photographers who used and popularized them Illustrated throughout with studio shots of all fifty cameras and a selection of iconic photographs made using them it is the perfect companion guide for camera and photography enthusiasts alikeThe cameras include The Nikon F the hockey puck that saved photographer Don McCullin's life when it stopped a sniper's bullet during the Vietnam War Its indestructibility reliability and interchangeable lenses made it a favored workhorse of photojournalists The Leica M3 D was also favored by war photographers including David Duncan Douglas who used the camera during his coverage of the Korean and Vietnam Wars In 2012 one of his four customized Leica cameras sold at auction for nearly 2 million A Speed Graphic was used to take Sam Shere's widely published photograph of the 1937 Hindenburg disaster the world's most famous news photograph ever taken With few shots left and no time to get the camera to his eye he shot his Pulitzer Prize winning image literally from the hip It was over so fast there was nothing else to do The camera phone has transformed picture taking technology most profoundly since the invention of cameras The selfie has become a new genre of photography practiced by everyone and shared globally In 2014 Ellen DeGeneres shared her selfie taken at the Academy Awards By the end of the ceremony it had been shared 2070132 times with no sign of stopping crushing the record of 780000 held by President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle for their 2012 post election self portrait.

A History of Photography in 50 Cameras explores the 180 year story of perhaps the most widely used device ever built It covers cameras in all forms revealing the origins and development of each model and tracing the stories of the photographers who used and popularized them Illustrated throughout with studio shots of all fifty cameras and a selection of iconic photographs made using them it is the perfect companion guide for camera and photography enthusiasts alikeThe cameras include The Nikon F the hockey puck that saved photographer Don McCullin's life when it stopped a sniper's bullet during the Vietnam War Its indestructibility reliability and interchangeable lenses made it a favored workhorse of photojournalists The Leica M3 D was also favored by war photographers including David Duncan Douglas who used the camera during his coverage of the Korean and Vietnam Wars In 2012 one of his four customized Leica cameras sold at auction for nearly 2 million A Speed Graphic was used to take Sam Shere's widely published photograph of the 1937 Hindenburg disaster the world's most famous news photograph ever taken With few shots left and no time to get the camera to his eye he shot his Pulitzer Prize winning image literally from the hip It was over so fast there was nothing else to do The camera phone has transformed picture taking technology most profoundly since the invention of cameras The selfie has become a new genre of photography practiced by everyone and shared globally In 2014 Ellen DeGeneres shared her selfie taken at the Academy Awards By the end of the ceremony it had been shared 2070132 times with no sign of stopping crushing the record of 780000 held by President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle for their 2012 post election self portrait.

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