Watch the Influence of Photography Grow in This Video of Every New York Times Front Page

Watching this video you see precisely how photography's influence grew in this mesmerizing short video that displays every single fron...



Watching this video you see precisely how photography's influence grew in this mesmerizing short video that displays every single front page the New York Times has published from 1852 until present day.

This one-minute video, created by Josh Begley, walks us through tons of pages and shows us how far photography has come to be expected in publications today. This isn't your traditional timelapse, here you aren't watching traffic run by or some mystical weather pattern; instead you're watching every front page of the New York Times has every made run right before you.

At first all you see is text in all the front pages, it then slowly reveals a few photographs and then there is an eruption of photos as it shows black and white to the arrival of color photography. This is truly a creative way to show the influence of photography and it's effects through history.

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