Brokering the Power of the Image

Kelly, James
May 2004
Time;5/31/2004, Vol. 163 Issue 22, p8
Presents an editorial about the power of photographic images. Photography and war; Challenge associated with showing the consequence of war while keeping the sensibilities of the readers; Choosing pictures in the wake of 9/11; Current Iraq War and its haunting images.


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