For this outcome I have used a range of sources for my research and feel that from the searches I was more drawn to the conflict, war, and political issues. the following images will define the type and style of documentary photography most influences me.
Shell Shocked Soldier
This image named Shell shock soldier, taken by Don McCullin, captured during the Battle for the city of Hue, Vietnam in 1968. The image depicts the soldier, showing the carnage and conflict soldiers faced. This image shows the soldiers eyes Staring out from under the dirt and grime of his helmet, With the soldiers eyes not even looking at the camera but staring beyond into nowhere. the composition for this image has the soldier centre framed holding his gun with lighting for this image just being natural daylight. The black and white of this images brings out the tonal range adding more contrast and depth to the image.
This image has been taken that shows the homes Refugee families are having to stay in rooms of nine, all trying to escape the horrors that should be their homes. this image shows the squallered conditions with sheets to divide rooms to give privacy. like this image due to the compositions main focus being on the child in the middle and it reflects as to what the are kind of running away from, with the sadness and pain showing in child's face. Lighting for this I would say has been just natural light coming from large window at the side.
This image depicts a woman with her eye missing to document the injuries that people have suffered after/during the war, this leaving the life time scars that remain after the war has long finished. Like this image due to the graphic nature and composition of the image, with the textures drawn out due to image being in black and white. Lighting for this image has been natural light possibly with even a bit of fill in flash. This image has been staged as the woman in the image is infact the Photographer, with make up on, she has done this to represent the real victims wounds and photographer is documenting the suffering that woman go through in the background of war.
This image has been taken within the hallway of Hugh Hefner's mansion, (The Playboy Mansion) in 1966, Hugh Hefner was the first magazine publisher, not only to create a brand for magazine but to create a lifestyle. All this done during a cultural & Sexual revolution in the 60's. Composition of this image is centred with main focus on subject and him surrounded with his work/images to be published. Lighting for this image has been from above and