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2691
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Photography's popularity increased in the state between 1865 and 1900, with about 450 itinerant and resident photographers working. Included for the first time were women and Afro-American photographers.
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2805
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With photography increasing in popularity between 1865 and 1900, around 450 itinerant and resident photographers found employment statewide. A listing of them is included.
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23776
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In the early 1900s, George Masa (1881-1933) braved the wild to photograph the pristine Appalachian Mountains. As a result of his actions, much of the mountains have been protected for generations to come.
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WNC Magazine (NoCar F261 .W64), Vol. 3 Issue 5, July 2009, p44-51, il, por Periodical Website
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Hungarian-born photographer Andre Kertesz’s photography will be on display in the Contemporary Gallery this summer. A biography of Kertesz is provided, along with a description of his photography and its impact.
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Preview (NoCar Oversize N 715 R2 A26), Vol. Issue , Summer 1983, p15-16
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9749
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Ken Taylor joined the North Carolina Wildlife Commission as chief photographer in 1977. He discusses what his job entails and comments on several of his photographs.
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Art Gore, a professional photographer, published a new book called, “Speak Softly to the Echoes.” The book is a collection of memories he calls “echoes,” and features photographs and nostalgic stories about his youth in Hoke County. In this article, Gore discusses his photography and early influences at Wake Forest College.
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36989
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A pioneering female photographer, with a body of work including 600,000 photographs, also left behind the clapboard house where her career began. Among the accomplishments her historic house became the site of was designing the first Pepsi-Cola logo for the pharmacist who invented the beverage.
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27890
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Mary Bayard Morgan Wootten was a New Bern artist and photographer in the early 1900s. Wootten took some of the earliest aerial photographs in North Carolina, and many of her photographs were made into murals in both private homes and public buildings including the governor’s office.
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14193
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A few energetic photographers decided that their work could be improved, so now a new course is being started at Chapel Hill.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 17 Issue 41, Mar 1950, p6, 17
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3516
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Five of the state's most talented photographers - Hugh Morton, Susan Page, Mark Wagoner, Carolyn DeMerrit, and Roger Manley - are profiled.
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Sean Ruttkay's photography is life-size and captures those rare moments such as being in the pipe of a breaking wave or the instant a sea turtle breaks the surface to breathe. His photographs range from 2 feet by 3 feet to 8 feet by 12 feet. His pieces are shot in close proximity, usually within 12 inches. Since graduating from UNC-Wilmington he has sold over 1,000 pieces of his work.
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Our State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 80 Issue 12, May 2013, p28, il, por Periodical Website
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Carrying a Minolta camera and a North Carolina road map, Mike Lassiter has traveled 30,000 of the state's 52,699 square miles. Lassiter's quest is to preserve family-owned businesses on film before this piece of Americana disappears forever. Many of these businesses are gathering places in small communities; some have operated for a century or more and have become institutions in their towns. Lassiter has traveled the state for the past six years and ended his quest in March 2005. He hopes to publish his collection of photographs and has received some interest from publishing houses.
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Bruce Roberts is a photographer. His pictures illustrated his wife Cheryl's books on North Carolina ghosts, and together they have authored a number of books on lighthouses. His work appears in national magazines, including TIME, LIFE, and SPORTS ILLUSTRATED, and he has been a photographer for THE TAMPA TRIBUNE and THE CHARLOTTE OBSERVER. In the 1970s he was director of photography for SOUTHERN LIVING. The Roberts founded the Outer Banks Lighthouse Society in the 1990s and worked to save Cape Hatteras Lighthouse. On January 7, 2001, Roberts received OUR STATE magazine's first Carl Goerch Award for outstanding service to North Carolina.
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In 2003, the North Carolina Museum of Art, in recognition of the importance of photography in contemporary art and of the medium's strength among North Carolina's photographers, created a new collection. The collection now has 105 works by ten photographers who live and work in the state. The works cover a variety of subject matter, including landscapes, portraits, architectural vignettes, and folk life. Among the photographers are Elizabeth Matheson, Caroline Vaughan, and Bill Bamberger.
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Preview (NoCar Oversize N 715 R2 A26), Vol. Issue , Sept/Oct 2006, p6-7, il
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36513
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Holt is receiving this award for his ability to communicate the importance of traditional arts to different audiences from North Carolina to nationwide.