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Margaret Bourke White

Margaret Bourke White is one of the best known female war photographers of all time, especially known for the pictures she took of Nazi concentration camps when they were liberated in 1945, truly showing the world the depths of depravity that had been plumbed during the previous six years. 310 more words

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How has the way in which the press reports war changed over the years?

“If we’re big enough to fight a war, we should be big enough to look at it.” – Kenneth Jarecke

Posts elsewhere in this blog have showcased some of the powerful images that have been taken of wars over the past 100 years – including shocking images like Nick Ut’s shot of a naked girl running away from a napalm attack or the street execution caught at the moment a trigger was pulled. 558 more words

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Why is photography so important to us today?

So, what makes photography so important? What is it that drives people like Robert Capa and James Nachtwey and hundreds more like them to go to extremely dangerous areas of the world simply to use their cameras to record what they see around them? 252 more words

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My views on the information in the news today and the impact of the image

There is no doubt that through the last 150 years or so, there have been some incredibly touching, emotional and shocking photographs taken during conflicts which showcase both the human cost of war and the ultimate futility of fighting in what it can achieve. 478 more words

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Thinking about how to make my book

Deciding how to create my final book has been a long, involved and engaging process in which I have included colleagues and lecturers in helping me make my final decision. 332 more words

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Making it real - creating a book in vintage style

There are two parts to this photographic discourse project – one is about doing research on photography and photographers involved in my particular area of study, and the other is a more artistic one, about how this work and any further outputs are presented visually. 242 more words

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Games I have made

This project has been about making learning about war photography as open, interesting and accessible as possible. Although my original plans have been quite significantly altered since their inception as a result of discussions with lecturers, the ambition remains to make the output of this project an educational and enjoyable experience. 234 more words

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