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HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY 1980-1989. By Meraly Tapia & Sandra Flores Per.6 2014. 1980. President Ronald reagan and soviet premier Mikhail Gorbachev work together to diffuse U.s soviet tensions and lay the groundwork for the of cold war. The Reagan Assassination Attempt

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history of photography 1980 1989

HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY 1980-1989

By Meraly Tapia & Sandra Flores Per.6 2014

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1980

President Ronald reagan and soviet premier Mikhail Gorbachev work together to diffuse U.s soviet tensions and lay the groundwork for the of cold war.

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The Reagan Assassination Attempt

1981

This is a picture of an attempt to assassinate President Ronald Reagan in March 30, 1981 at Washington Hilton Hotel in D.C. He had his lung punctured. This picture was called The Reagan Assassination Attempt.

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He carried an inexpensive camera, less than $100 and a desire to change the way the Arab world was portrayed by the US media. He began taking photographs. But within a few months Israel attacked Lebanon and war broke out. He carried an inexpensive camera, less than $100 and a desire to change the way the Arab world was portrayed by the US media. He began taking photographs. But within a few months Israel attacked Lebanon and war broke out.

1982

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1983

Steve McCurry - Dust Storm, Rajasthan, India (1983)

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CHINA. Beijing. Tienanmen Square. \'TheTank Man\' stopping the column of T59 tanks. 4th June 1989. By an Unkown rebel

1984

young afghan girl in a pakistani refugee camp the most famous cover image in the magazine s

Young Afghan girl in a pakistani refugee camp.The most famous cover image in the magazine\'s.

1985

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Chernobyl Nuclear Accident in

1986

This is a picture of a nuclear accident that happened in Ukraine that spread radioactive material through part of Western USSR and Europe.
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Tear Down This Wall

1987

This is a picture of President Ronald Reagan giving his famous speech Tear Down This Wall in front of the Brandenburg Gate in 1987.
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The Fall Of The Berlin Wall

1989

This is a picture of The Fall Of The Berlin Wall. In the evening of November 9, of 1989people gather to make sure that the wall had fallen.

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1984

Ethiopian famine of 1984,

byStan Grossfeld

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was an American photographer and environmentalist. Hisblack-and-whitelandscape photographs of theAmerican West, especiallyYosemite National Park, have been widely reproduced on calendars, posters, and in books.

1983

Ansel Adams,

Carmel, California 1982

influence of photography 1980 1989

Influence of photography ………...1980-1989……...

The picture of the Young Afghan girl influence all over the world the way that the girl went through Soviet war in Afghanistan but not only her also several people that where there.

The pictures of Ansel Adams influence the government to take care of national parks and bring more visitors to get to KNOW TRUE NATURE.

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1989

Fully automatic, state-of-the-art camera replaces the Nikon F2 series (1971~)

Aperture-Priority Auto [A] with stepless shutter speeds from 8 to 1/2,000 s

TTL flash control

Motor Drive MD-4 for up to 6 fps

1980

Nikon F-401S/F401S QD (N4004S/N4004S QD)

Nikon’s totally automatic SLR quality

Upgraded F-401 (1987) with ultra-fast AF even in dim light by Advanced AM200 sensor

bibliography

BIBLIOGRAPHY

http://www.history.com/topics/cold-war/photos

http://www.xtimeline.com/evt/view.aspx?id=342195

http://thestar.blogs.com/photodesk/2013/01/national-geographic-turns-125-iconic-images-over-125-years.html

http://imaging.nikon.com/history/nikoncamera/1980.htm

http://www.phaidon.com/agenda/photography/articles/2012/december/20/steve-mccurrys-iconic-photographs-4/

http://shop.anseladams.com/Yosemite_Special_Edition_Photograph_Set_p/5010200.htm

http://all-that-is-interesting.com/iconic-images-80s

http://all-that-is-interesting.com/iconic-images-80s/2

http://all-that-is-interesting.com/iconic-images-80s/3

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