Cherry Kearton - A photographic collection

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Title

Cherry Kearton - A photographic collection

Subject

Cherry Kearton is often described as the man who invented wildlife photography and was a true pioneer in every sense. His tireless travelling and filming brought home photographs and film footage of animals never seen before, which he hoped would inspire future generations to have passion and interest for the natural world. . . . . and many did, including David Attenborough who was deeply influenced by watching Cherry’s films as a young boy.

Source

www.theguardian.com
www.bradford.ac.uk/library
W. M. Mitchell 'Watch the Birdie (Dalesman Publishing)
various Kearton books
Newcastle Journal (image of camera)

Rights

No copyright now exists on any of the images in this collection.

Citation

“Cherry Kearton - A photographic collection,” Keld Resource Centre, accessed November 12, 2018, https://keld.omeka.net/items/show/125.

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