photobiography


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photobiography

a biography related mostly or entirely through photographs.
See also: Photography
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Sally Ride: A Photobiography of America's Pioneering Women in Space by Tam O'Shaughnessy and The Darkest Dark by Chris Hadfield both trace the life of astronauts.
Another pioneer in photography-based research was Fiona Sanz who developed the photobiography approach to analyze conscious and subconscious memories of the past (11).
For an argument about Speak, Memory as a species of postmodern photobiography, see Laurence Petit's "Speak, Photographs?
Trial by Ice: A Photobiography of Sir Ernest Shackleton
NEWBERY MEDAL LINCOLN: A PHOTOBIOGRAPHY | RUSSELL FREEDMAN
Inventing the future: A photobiography of Thomas Alva Edison.
One of my finds was a four-year-old pristine copy of Winston Churchill: The Photobiography, a collection of more than 200 rare and previously unpublished photographs revealing many aspects of his life.
One of my finds was a fouryear-old pristine copy of Winston Churchill: The Photobiography, a collection of more than 200 rare and previously unpublished photographs revealing many aspects of his life.
But Plath does not allow Hemingway's photobiography to end without pictures of his final trip to Spain, including photos taken with bullfighter Antonio Ordonez.
Onward: A Photobiography of African-American Polar Explorer Matthew Henson.
She has published several fiction and nonfiction books, among them the Lambda Award-winning photobiography Gertrude Stein: In Words and Pictures.
Tambien escribio Longitudes and Attitudes: The World in the Age of Terrorism (2002) y el texto que acompana el libro de fotografias de Micha Bar-Ams, Israel: A Photobiography.