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Roger Fenton's mobile darkroom where he developed glass plates within 10 minutes of their exposure. His assistant Marcus Sparling is seated on the cart - Crimean War 1853-56
In the Valley of the Shadow of Death. A photograph taken during the Crimean war (one of the first wars, along with the American civil war to be photographed). It shows a road in the Ukraine filled with cannon balls from a recent battle. As it turns out, the cannon balls were placed there by the photographer.
"Bert Hardy (19 May 1913 — 3 July 1995) was a documentary and press photographer known for his work published in the Picture Post magazine between 1941 and 1957. Hardy was self-taught and used a Leica —unconventional gear for press photographers of the era— but went on to become the Post's Chief Photographer, after he earned its first photographer credit for his 1 February 1941 photo-essay about Blitz-stressed fire-fighters."