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Combat Photographer 2005 -2006 FBCS

Combat Photographer 2005 -2006 FBCS

 • In the middle of the nineteenth century photography became a part of

• In the middle of the nineteenth century photography became a part of the war. • Photos fulfilled the publics wonder about the war. • The photos that were taken were military memories. Cameras at war

Roger Fenton • He was sent to take photos of the war. • The

Roger Fenton • He was sent to take photos of the war. • The photos taken were taken to tell the U. S. how the war was.

 • Every soldier that went into battle knew what they were getting into.

• Every soldier that went into battle knew what they were getting into. • Where they were going was going to be cold, wet, muddy, and cunning. In the Field

 • The U. S. military limited its appearance to Vietnam to only advisors.

• The U. S. military limited its appearance to Vietnam to only advisors. • They either fought in groups or alone. • They learned about people dug tunnels. Groups Adviser or Alone

 • Because they were digging tunnels this created a problem for the U.

• Because they were digging tunnels this created a problem for the U. S. • They pulled people from there stations to go in the tunnels. • A nick-name for these people were “tunnel rats”. Tunnels

 • One of the most common types of illnesses is homesick. • Nobody

• One of the most common types of illnesses is homesick. • Nobody wants to be at war, So they tried to make the best of it. One day at a time

 • Mail is the most precious good that they have. • Writing back

• Mail is the most precious good that they have. • Writing back to home was not easy. • Sometimes they had to leave some of the mail behind for the next trip because there was not enough room. Mail

 • Some of the people who were in Vietnam considered it not a

• Some of the people who were in Vietnam considered it not a part of the world. • For instance they called it alien or unwanted. • Some felt like the weight of the world were on their shoulders. Vietnam: People and Places

 • Babies and children are irresistible. • Mid-aged women are gentle and dainty.

• Babies and children are irresistible. • Mid-aged women are gentle and dainty. • Old women are almost as old Asia itself. People

 • In the end they wonder what it would be like without war

• In the end they wonder what it would be like without war in their country. Without War

 • Combat photographing is a burden. It is about Combat impossible to take

• Combat photographing is a burden. It is about Combat impossible to take pictures of combat unless it is in the air. • But even the pictures wouldn’t be all that great. Photo’s

 • If you want to get badly hurt then you need to join

• If you want to get badly hurt then you need to join Combat. • This type of war it the dark, brutal heart of war. Photography is used in this type of war too. Combat

 • When the people are out there, photographers try to focus their attention

• When the people are out there, photographers try to focus their attention to small or individual groups. • Photography combat is just a dangerous as Combat. In War

 • Some of the American soldiers left Vietnam with mixed feelings. • Some

• Some of the American soldiers left Vietnam with mixed feelings. • Some where so ready to leave that they counted the days. • Some people were sad because their friends had died. Good-byes

 • The soldiers faces show self-respect, maturity, and confidence. • Even though books

• The soldiers faces show self-respect, maturity, and confidence. • Even though books tell you how the war went, only the faces of the men tell the true story. Faces at war