Ralph Hattersley once said that we make photographs “to understand what our lives mean to us.”
We study history for much the same reason.
In this short survey of the history of American photography, Analog Process’s Marc Falzon takes us through some of the images, and image makers, who played a decisive role in shaping the early history of American photography.
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