By Martin W Sandler
For a hundred and fifty years the digicam, within the fingers of either pros and amateurs, has been a constant eyewitness to the demanding situations the rustic has confronted and to the folks who've formed its triumphs. images has captured the great thing about an untamed land and recorded the force and ingenuity that settled the continent, reworked the younger state into an business great, and improved its horizons into the heavens. The digital camera has preserved the typical goings-on that, in spite of everything, are the center of each society. most vital, photographers have recorded the indomitable spirit of our humans.
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American image Photographing one hundred fifty years in the life of a nation by Martin W Sandler