As you recently read in your Ang text, the Great Depression gave birth to many great social documentary photographers. War World II took propaganda photography to another level. These two forms of photography (social documentary and propaganda) have been and can be mixed in ways that sometimes it is hard to tell the difference. Sometimes, the usage of a photograph for propaganda purpose is beyond the photographer's control. It is often done in the editorial room. Give one example of a photograph (sample list below) that helped change the course of history. Post the picture. Cite the photographer (if known), and reference where you found the image.
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You are welcome to use any of the 14 photographs below or ones you find through these ted-talk links, or more contemporary ones you can find on your own.
Below are 14 photographs that help changed/shaped world/American history. Click this link to see the photographs:
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