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Photojournalism And The Spanish Civil War

in: hosted by Rebecca Brayton

Photojournalism And The Spanish Civil War While the Spanish Civil War was a significant moment in history, it was also a significant moment in the development of photo reportage. New techniques and new technologies in photography at the time changed the way wars were covered in a visual sense. Smaller cameras that didn’t have to be reloaded as often, coupled with the elimination of tripods, allowed photographers to get closer to the front lines. Various iconic photos stemmed from this event, and remain famous today. In this video, WatchMojo.com learns more about the Spanish Civil War, and considers its role as a milestone in the evolution of photojournalism. For more information, click Here

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