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Stunning Color Images Of The Civil War, Hand Colorized Prints, Making For An Exquisite Aesthetic Experience Of The Awful Glory Of America's War Between The States, Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS As An Archival Quality All Regions Format DVD, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! #TheCivilWarPhotographers #CivilWarPhotographers #AmericanCivilWarPhotographers #PhotographersOfTheAmericanCivilWar #CivilWarPhotography #AmericanCivilWarPhotography #PhotographyOfTheAmericanCivilWar #AmericanCivilWar #WarBetweenTheStates #Photographers #Photography #CombatPhotographers #CombatPhotography #WarPhotographers #WarPhotography #DVD #VideoDownload #MP4 #USBFlashDrive
THE CIVIL WAR PHOTOGRAPHERS (Color, 198x, 43 Minutes.)
Stunning color images of the Civil War, captured onto glass lantern slides for projection by the forerunner of today's slide projector. Gorgeous hand colorized prints of troops, camps, combat, The Monitor and The Merrimac, combatant generals and all aspects of the conflict make for an exquisite aesthetic experience. All images used on the cover jacket of this DVD collection come from this presentation.
Photographers Of The American Civil War: The American Civil War was the most widely covered and photographed conflict of the 19th century. The images would provide posterity with a comprehensive visual record of the war and its leading figures, and make a powerful impression on the populace. Something not generally known by the public is the fact that roughly 70% of the war's documentary photography was captured by the twin lenses of a stereo camera. The American Civil War was the first war in history whose intimate reality would be brought home to the public, not only in newspaper depictions, album cards and cartes-de-visite, but in a popular new 3D format called a "stereograph," "stereocard" or "stereoview." Millions of these cards were produced and purchased by a public eager to experience the nature of warfare in a whole new way.