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The Genius of Photography

> The Genius of Photography on BBC Four at 2009-10-25 23:25:00
2/6. 1918-1945: Documents for Artists: History documentary. Following World War I, photography became the medium of the age, and was used to promote radical utopia. Contains some nudity.

> The Genius of Photography on BBC One at 2009-03-28 02:35:00
6/6. Snap Judgements: Documentary series. The current state of the art, from phone cameras to digital post-production and rediscovered techniques. Contains some strong language.

> The Genius of Photography on BBC One at 2009-03-27 03:20:00
4/6. Paper Movies: History documentary. The three decades from the late 1950s onwards were the golden age of photo journeys and colour photography. Contains some strong language.

> The Genius of Photography on BBC One at 2009-03-27 02:20:00
3/6. Right Place, Right Time: History documentary. Photography at its best makes viewers eyewitnesses to events like D-Day, the Holocaust and Hiroshima. Contains some strong language.

> The Genius of Photography on BBC One at 2009-03-26 03:40:00
2/6. 1918-1945: Documents for Artists: How, in the decades following the First World War, photography was the medium of the age. Contains some nudity.

> The Genius of Photography on BBC Two at 2009-03-21 19:00:00
6/6. Snap Judgements: Documentary series exploring the history of photography. A look at the current state of the art, from a three-million-dollar print to pictures taken on phones.

> The Genius of Photography on BBC One at 2009-03-18 03:50:00
1/6. 1800-1914: Fixing the Shadows: Documentary series exploring the history of photography. How a technical problem was solved in 1839, paving the way for practical application.

> The Genius of Photography on BBC Two at 2009-03-14 19:00:00
4/6. Paper Movies: Documentary series exploring the history of photography. This episode looks at the three decades from the late 1950s onwards as the golden age of photographic journeys.

> The Genius of Photography on BBC Two at 2009-03-07 19:00:00
3/6. Right Place, Right Time: Documentary exploring the history of photography. The episode examines how photographers dealt with dramatic and tragic events like D-Day or the Holocaust.

> The Genius of Photography on BBC Two at 2009-02-28 19:00:00
2/6. 1918-1945: Documents for Artists: Documentary series exploring the history of photography. This edition looks at how it was used to promote the radical utopia of the Soviet Union.

> The Genius of Photography on BBC Two at 2009-02-21 19:00:00
1/6. 1800-1914: Fixing the Shadows: Looking at how the problem of 'fixing the shadows' was solved by two methods in 1839. Contains some nudity.

> The Genius of Photography on BBC Four at 2008-09-28 23:00:00
Paper Movies: Part of the Art of Arts TV. Documentary looking at the work of photographers from the 1950s onwards, a time when colour slowly became a more credible medium. Some strong language.

> The Genius of Photography on BBC Four at 2008-09-28 22:00:00
Paper Movies: Part of the Art of Arts TV. Documentary looking at the work of photographers from the 1950s onwards, a time when colour slowly became a more credible medium. Some strong language.

> The Genius of Photography on BBC Four at 2008-08-09 19:00:00
1/6. 1800-1914: Fixing the Shadows: The series exploring the history of photography looks at how a technical problem solved in 1839 paved the way for practical application. Some nudity.

> The Genius of Photography on BBC Four at 2008-08-09 18:00:00
1/6. 1800-1914: Fixing the Shadows: The series exploring the history of photography looks at how a technical problem solved in 1839 paved the way for practical application. Some nudity.

> The Genius of Photography on BBC Four at 2007-12-05 23:00:00
6/6. Snap Judgements: How being a photographer has changed over the years and the impact of the digital post-production techniques. Includes contributions from Jeff Wall and Andreas Gursky.

> The Genius of Photography on BBC Four at 2007-11-30 02:50:00
6/6. Snap Judgements: How being a photographer has changed over the years and the impact of the digital post-production techniques. Some strong language.

> The Genius of Photography on BBC Four at 2007-11-30 00:20:00
6/6. Snap Judgements: How being a photographer has changed over the years and the impact of the digital post-production techniques. Some strong language.

> The Genius of Photography on BBC Four at 2007-11-29 21:00:00
6/6. Snap Judgements: How being a photographer has changed over the years and the impact of the digital post-production techniques. Some strong language.

> The Genius of Photography on BBC Four at 2007-11-28 23:00:00
5/6. We Are Family: Looking at the photographers who turned the camera on themselves and other people's lives, including the work of Diane Arbus and Richard Avedon. Graphic drug use.

> The Genius of Photography on BBC Four at 2007-11-23 02:50:00
5/6. We are Family: Looking at the photographers who turned the camera on themselves and other people's lives, including the work of Diane Arbus, Richard Avedon and Richard Billingham.

> The Genius of Photography on BBC Four at 2007-11-16 02:50:00
4/6. Paper Movies: Examining the work of photographers working from the 50s onwards, including Robert Frank and William Klein. Some strong language.

> The Genius of Photography on BBC Four at 2007-11-16 00:20:00
4/6. Paper Movies: Examining the work of photographers working from the 50s onwards, including Robert Frank and William Klein. Some strong language.

> The Genius of Photography on BBC Four at 2007-11-15 21:00:00
4/6. Paper Movies: Examining the work of photographers working from the 50s onwards, including Robert Frank and William Klein. Some strong language.

> The Genius of Photography on BBC Four at 2007-11-13 01:25:00
3/6. Right Time, Right Place: How photographers dealt with the dramatic and tragic events of World War II like D-Day, the Holocaust and Hiroshima.

> The Genius of Photography on BBC Four at 2007-11-12 20:00:00
3/6. Right Time, Right Place: How photographers dealt with the dramatic and tragic events of World War II like D-Day, the Holocaust and Hiroshima.

> The Genius of Photography on BBC Four at 2007-11-09 03:20:00
3/6. Right Time, Right Place: The series on the history of photography examines how photographers dealt with events like D-Day, the Holocaust and Hiroshima. Some strong language.

> The Genius of Photography on BBC Four at 2007-11-09 00:20:00
3/6. Right Time, Right Place: The series exploring the history of photography examines how photographers dealt with events like D-Day, the Holocaust and Hiroshima. Some strong language.

> The Genius of Photography on BBC Four at 2007-11-08 21:00:00
3/6. Right Time, Right Place: The series exploring the history of photography examines how photographers dealt with events like D-Day, the Holocaust and Hiroshima. Some strong language.

> The Genius of Photography on BBC Four at 2007-11-06 01:35:00
2/6. Documents for Artists: Examines in detail the work of some of the greatest and most influential modern photographers, including Alexander Rodchenko, August Sander and Man Ray.

> The Genius of Photography on BBC Four at 2007-11-05 20:00:00
2/6. Documents for Artists: Examines in detail the work of some of the greatest and most influential modern photographers, including Alexander Rodchenko, August Sander and Man Ray.

> The Genius of Photography on BBC Four at 2007-10-30 04:30:00
1/6. 1800-1914: Fixing the Shadows: Series exploring the history of photography. A look at how a technical problem solved in 1839 paved the way for practical application. Some nudity.

> The Genius of Photography on BBC Four at 2007-10-30 03:30:00
1/6. 1800-1914: Fixing the Shadows: Series exploring the history of photography. A look at how a technical problem solved in 1839 paved the way for practical application. Some nudity.

> The Genius of Photography on BBC Four at 2007-10-30 01:30:00
1/6. 1800-1914: Fixing the Shadows: Series exploring the history of photography. A look at how a technical problem solved in 1839 paved the way for practical application. Some nudity.

> The Genius of Photography on BBC Four at 2007-10-30 00:30:00
1/6. 1800-1914: Fixing the Shadows: Series exploring the history of photography. A look at how a technical problem solved in 1839 paved the way for practical application. Some nudity.

> The Genius of Photography on BBC Four at 2007-10-29 20:00:00
1/6. 1800-1914: Fixing the Shadows: Series exploring the history of photography. A look at how a technical problem solved in 1839 paved the way for practical application. Some nudity.

> The Genius of Photography on BBC Four at 2007-10-26 02:50:00
1/6. 1800-1914: Fixing the Shadows: The series exploring the history of photography looks at how a technical problem solved in 1839 paved the way for practical application. Some nudity.

> The Genius of Photography on BBC Four at 2007-10-26 01:50:00
1/6. 1800-1914: Fixing the Shadows: The series exploring the history of photography looks at how a technical problem solved in 1839 paved the way for practical application. Some nudity.

> The Genius of Photography on BBC Four at 2007-10-25 23:20:00
1/6. 1800-1914: Fixing the Shadows: The series exploring the history of photography looks at how a technical problem solved in 1839 paved the way for practical application. Some nudity.

> The Genius of Photography on BBC Four at 2007-10-25 20:00:00
1/6. 1800-1914: Fixing the Shadows: The series exploring the history of photography looks at how a technical problem solved in 1839 paved the way for practical application. Some nudity.

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