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A Photographer's Genesis

A Photographer's Genesis

Sebastiao Salgado (credit: Wikicommons)

The creative medium of photography emerged from France in the mid-19th Century. The visual technology now provides us with images of distant galaxies seen by space platforms like the James Webb Space Telescope to life forms inhabiting the depths of the oceans. The tool has been applied to everything imaginable with one of its best practitioners being the Brazilian photographer, Sebastiao Salgado. Across many global subjects, Salgado's portraits capture human rights to environmental conservation. A narrative on his craft uses imagery from a visual masterwork, Genesis. WHB

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