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Wednesday, 27 July 2011


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What size cameras did they use in the field? Surely not the mammoth cameras used after the war to photograph the west.

The very first photography book which entered our house was one on the 'War of Northern Aggression' (as it is remembered where I now live) with most of the photographs by Matthew Brady. So he was the first photographer I ever heard of at the ripe young age of six.

He looks like Billy Connolly...only neater.

He looks like Billy Connolly...only neater.

There is something very modern about that portrait...

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