Stop the Presses: Russel McPhedran’s Golden Age of Press Photography | Author: Russell McPhedran
Russell McPhedran made his career by capturing that right shot at the right time. This impressive monograph showcases his most famous images spanning a remarkable career. Whether it was a world-wide sporting event, a film premier, a royal tour or perhaps an unfolding disaster, the right photo was worth more than a thousand words - it made the story - and had the potential of being published right around the world.
With important background information from respected journalist Norm Tasker, each photo represents an important moment in time - a time when press photography was an essential part of news gathering and some of the most iconic moments of the late 20th Century were captured on record.
Author: Russell McPhedran and Norm Tasker
25 x 25.5 x 2cm
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