It is generally accepted that the US Civil War was the first major war covered by photographers.
For the first time, people had photographic images of the death and destruction seen in war.
The Mexican-American War was one of the first extensively covered in moving pictures, and the Vietnam War was one of the first broadcast daily into people's living rooms.
The Gulf War (1991) was amongst the first war to be covered by a 24 hour news channel.
It led people to capture amounce shots of people that were dead, and shaped the way photography is now
No; see the question "What was the first war to be documented through photography".
Photography played a role in the Civil War. It let civilians see what the war was like. Mathew Brady was a photographer who took pictures of soldiers, camp life, and battlefields.
yes, photography dates back till past 1860 and the civil war
The address of the Center For Civil War Photography is: 947 E Johnstown Road 161, Gahanna, OH 43230-1851
black and white and they had giant camers
Flash Photography (Flash Camera's)
jones family lived in the south during the civil war.
Wet plate was the most common.
Photography was invented before the Civil War. Mathew W. Brady was among the first to display scenes from the war, and battles in his gallery.