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Chapter 21

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  • advent of photojournalism allowed newspaper The and weeklies to reproduce photographs in a commercially feasible way. The older models of engraving photographs was too time consuming and extremely costly. Advancements in mechanical operations and gaining popularity allowed photojournalism to be considered an art.
  • or Sketch Artists were previously used Engraving for newspapers and weeklies, though seldom. Pioneering photojournalists were employed for  temporary events and profits only came from originals years from 1890 to the beginning of the first The World War can be identified as the formative period for photojournalism Three Elements of Photojournalism on the rise
  • Used since 1867, but only made feasible in large  circulation newspapers between 1889-1890. there were less than 100 pictures per week, by 1873 1910 that number had sky rocketed to 900 Halftone technology was critiqued to either give an  illusion of reality or the quality that it captures reality View slide
  • By 1900 large corps of press photographers existed along with the steady growth of news imagery  Modern photojournalism has been said to have 'arrived' in 1900, with trivial incidents now making an appearance  photojournalists now seen as highly privileged witnesses of events. Now platforms arranged for press so they can get optimal viewpoint.  Spanish-American War first major armed conflict in history to be depicted by photographers  Jimmy Hare first celebrity photographer View slide
  •  the emergence of agencies to distribute photograph Sinking of the Titanic  Bain Album