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A Day in the Life of America

Photographed by 200 of the world's leading photojournalists on one day, May 2., 1986

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Kiadó: Collins Publishing Group
Kiadás helye: London
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Kötés típusa: Vászon
Oldalszám: 268 oldal
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Nyelv: Angol  
Méret: 36 cm x 26 cm
ISBN: 0-00-21705-6
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\ A Day in the Life of
America
In the late spring of 1986, a strange thing happened on the world's newsfronts. Two hundred leading photojournalists from thirty countries took temporary leaves of absence from assignments in Nicaragua, the Philippines, South Africa, the African Sahel, the Paris fashion scene and the high-tech factories of Japan.
These award-winning lensmen—representing the world's foremost newspapers and magazines—packed their cameras and flew to Denver, Colorado, in the heart of the American West. There they began one of the most unusual and challenging assignments of their careers. Their job: to capture America on film during the course of a single day.
Photojournalist Rick Smolan and editor David Cohen called the photographers together and gave them unusual instructions: Don't try to make the definitive statement about America. Avoid clichés. Instead do the hardest thing of all-make extraordinary pictures of ordinary events.
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\ A Day in the Life of
America
In the late spring of 1986, a strange thing happened on the world's newsfronts. Two hundred leading photojournalists from thirty countries took temporary leaves of absence from assignments in Nicaragua, the Philippines, South Africa, the African Sahel, the Paris fashion scene and the high-tech factories of Japan.
These award-winning lensmen—representing the world's foremost newspapers and magazines—packed their cameras and flew to Denver, Colorado, in the heart of the American West. There they began one of the most unusual and challenging assignments of their careers. Their job: to capture America on film during the course of a single day.
Photojournalist Rick Smolan and editor David Cohen called the photographers together and gave them unusual instructions: Don't try to make the definitive statement about America. Avoid clichés. Instead do the hardest thing of all-make extraordinary pictures of ordinary events.
In A Day in the Life of America, you will go on assignment with members of the most illustrious photography team ever assembled. Start the day at the top of Mount Washington with Pulitzer prize-winner Jay Dickman. Infiltrate a Ku Klux Klan meeting with Australian photographer Gerrit Fokkema. Hop a freight train out of Denver with Belgium's John Vink, and meet illegal immigrants crossing the Rio Grande with Pulitzer prize-winner Larry Price.
A Day in the Life of America is a scrapbook of a nation. The hundreds of color and black-and-white pictures in this book were chosen from almost a quarter million shot on May 2, 1986. No picture is twenty-four hours older or younger than any other. Vissza
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