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Comm1300_2_16 - Visual Comm 1300 Section Photographs became...

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Visual Comm 1300 Section 2-16-09 Photographs became a language that everyone can speak Most accurate thing people see Photos through a wire o Using a cylinder for almost instant photos all over the world o Allowed people to see the same events, same photos o Slowly the world evolved into a state where news wasn’t news without the picture Hindenburg o People want to see horrible pictures: carnage, murder It lets you see everything and think about those things without having to witness it yourself Life magazine 1936 o Marion Chadwick – a photograph with her father per year o To show American what America looks like (FSA), during the Great Depression o Gordon Parks on Ella Watson – combat racial discrimination o Ansel Adams – took pictures of nature, he didn’t seem relevant during WWII, but when it came time to preserve the environment (weather) WWII o Demonizin the enemy Racism Picture of girl with “Jap” skull o Pin-up girl: Betty G.
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