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A recommended book by Douglas Horne in his superb Inside the A.R.R.B Pictures of the Pain is simply a fully comprehensive collection of the movie and still pictures that were taken by professional and amateur photographers, pertinent to the JFK assassination.In no way is this a study of blurry images, hidden snipers, or conspiracy theories Richard Trask has dedicated most of a lifetime to assemble this historical photographic archive Along with the pictures, the author has largely recounte A recommended book by Douglas Horne in his superb Inside the A.R.R.B Pictures of the Pain is simply a fully comprehensive collection of the movie and still pictures that were taken by professional and amateur photographers, pertinent to the JFK assassination.In no way is this a study of blurry images, hidden snipers, or conspiracy theories Richard Trask has dedicated most of a lifetime to assemble this historical photographic archive Along with the pictures, the author has largely recounted each persons movements, their camera equipment, film type etc Also included are brief biographies of White House cameramen, photojournalists, t.v newsmen, Dallas and Fort Worth news hounds all the way down to the spur of the moment family album snappers and 8mm home movie makers.With well over six hundred pages, many rarely seen images, this is a graphic chronicle Even though Mr Trask is clearly a three shot from Oswald s Carcano man and believers in various conspiracies are termed buffs , my main criticism of this book is that all the pictures are in black and white, save two that are shown on the front and back sleeve On that beautiful Texan blue sky day, many pictures were taken in colour, yet they are reproduced here in b w Why is that Once , here is another good book that is now difficult to get hold of Out of print and costing 50 (((Pdf))) ↠ Pictures of the Pain: Photography and the Assassination of President Kennedy ⇧ This major work displays the history of the photography of the President John F Kennedy assassination Written by historian and archivist Richard B Trask, the book is the result ofyears research The volume spages and overillustrations, many never before published, reveal in detail the November assassination in Dallas, Texas, as recorded by numerous photographers who were present in Dealey Plaza at the time of the shooting These on scene photographers included professional photojournalists and rank amateurs who captured on film in a form truer than any person s memory, relevant and dramatic slices of the reality of the eventThis Point In Time history combines photographic sources, numerous revealing, first time interviews and a wealth of primary source documentation, including many Freedom of Information Act requests, which display from a multi perspective view how this event was personally experienced by these picture takers and others The narration gathers multiple strands of information which, when woven together, create a broad tapestry of truths and perspectives never before revealed concerning one of the most shocking events of the th centuryAlso examined is the story of how these images, including the famous Zapruder film, were used, and sometimes abused, by the news media and government investigations, as well as by assassination critics who distrusted the government s conclusions in the case The beliefs of a number of researchers who have discovered assassins within some of these images are also examinedThis is a limited, acid free, sewn, hard cover edition ofpages divided intochapters and includes overphotographs, maps, diagrams and drawings, and is footnoted throughout Included are notes, various appendices, a bibliography and index