The 20th century set the figure of the photographer center stage: it redrew its contours, pushed its limits, and redefined its tasks, propelling the new hero of the still image into the limelight. The photoreporter, the commercial or fashion photographer, the celebrity photographer, the war photographer, the corporate photographer, the society photographer: all these new types of photographer, including artist-photographer,...
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