Illustrations
1 ‘A Shropshire Lad’, 1870s 3
2 ‘Hue, Vietnam’, 1968 5
3 ‘Tree at Upper Swell, Gloucestershire’, 1997 14
4 Camera Obscura; engraving from Athanasius Kircher (1671) 15
5 Scheiner’s experiment, in Descartes (1637) La Dioptrique17
6 American photographers taking a daguerreotype of a courtesan, 1853-4 19
7 ‘Laboratory instruments’, 1853: stereoscopic still-life 20
8 ‘Saint Ignatius entering Heaven’, Andrea Pozzo, c. 1707 23
9 ‘Heroes 1’, 1986 24
10 ‘Self-portrait of Oscar Rejlander’, from Darwin (1872) 27
11 ‘Oxford Street, London’ (1998): an advertisement derived from the artist Christo’s ‘Running Fence’ appears on the side of a bus 32
12 ‘Mr and Mrs Edwin and Emily Wilde’, early twentieth century 37
13 ‘Incubus, London Road, Worcester’, 1989 41
14a ‘Industrialisation’ (1), 1982 46
14b ‘Industrialisation’ (2), 1982 47
15 ‘Crushed Cruise’, 1981 48
16 Untitled film still, no. 48 (Hitchhiker), 1979 49
17 ‘Nat West Tower, London’ (1), 1997 50
18 ‘Nat West Tower, London’ (2), 1997 51
19 ‘Nat West Tower, London’ (3), 1997 52
20 An example of false attachment, 1982 56
21 ‘Vue en haute, Paris’, 1988 57
22 ‘Wooton, Oxfordshire’, 1997, taken with a long lens 59
23 ‘Wooton, Oxfordshire’, 1997, taken with a wide lens 60
24 ‘President Reagan and Prime Minister Thatcher’, 1984 62
25 An Indian studio photograph from the ‘Sweet dreams’ project 74
26 ‘The Old School, 1904 and 1997’ 76
27 ‘Phan Thi Kim Phuc in napalm attack, Vietnam’, 1972 78
28 ‘Bichonnade in flight’, c. 1904 80
29 ‘The Horn Dance, Abbots Bromley’, 1899 82
30 ‘Suicide, Buffalo’, 1942 84

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Historical Outline of Photographic Representation 12
  • 2 - Pre-Production 36
  • 3 - The Photographic Image 68
  • 4 - Post-Production 89
  • 5 - The Documentary Photograph 118
  • 6 - Photography as a Cultural Critique 135
  • 7 - Characteristics of Digital Photography 151
  • 8 - Conclusion 173
  • Notes 176
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