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A Photographic Memory

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Commercial Photography

Gallery - Photographic Advertising

Photographers closely followed the developments that took place in the advertising industry. By the 1920s, as advertisers demanded more emotionally engaging images to accompany their texts, professional photographers moved farther away from the static or matter-of-fact representation of objects, which had characterized the look of early commercial photographs.

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