Things As They Are is the first world history of photojournalism that presents stories that were landmarks in excellence, innovation, and also articles that played a key role in shaping the history of the art-form. This coffee table-friendly volume is divided into five sections focusing on decade-long spans starting from 1955 and ending with 2005. It includes 120 photojournalism features from around the world in the context of the original page of the magazine or newspaper in which it was originally seen by readers. Available in hardcover from Aperture/World Press Photo or from Amazon for $75.
Contributed by Edwin Cahill