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Eyes of the Fleet: A History of Naval Photography

by Art Giberson

This is the officially-commissioned history of United States Navy Photography by the National Association of Naval Photography. The book highlights many of the people involved in Navy photography from the earliest days, beginning in 1914 when the Navy’s first “official” photographer, Walter L. Richardson, a ship’s cook and amateur photographer, took some of the first pictures for the naval service, with dozens of archival photographs collected from retired Navy photographers, and other private collections, around the country. It traces the history of naval photography to the present time, highlighting the many colorful and talented photographers, who skill, dedication and often bravery made this history so remarkable. In addition there are action photographs taken over the decades by the Navy’s best photographers, in addition to dozens of photographs of these distinguished photographers themselves.

Hardcover – 181 pages
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PHOTOJOURNALIST: The story of a Navy combat photographer

by Art Giberson

Ty Stephens is a Navy photojournalist with impressive credentials, a reputation to match and a “nose” for being where the story is. As the story unfolds, Stephens, based at NAS Pensacola, receives orders under suspicious circumstances for Vietnam. En route he encounteres adventure, intrigue and story opportunities never anticipated. Stephens is a tough, skilled photographer who doesn’t shy from danger. Photojournalist is an adventure novel whose main character is as complex as he is interesting.

Softcover – 210 pages
$20 & free shipping