TITANIC IN PHOTOGRAPHS
brings together many little-known and unpublished photographs. This hardcover, coffee-table size book will focus principally on Titanic’s photographic record; with comprehensive accompanying text for each individual image and centre colour section. Through a chronological sequence, follow the ships construction, launch, outfitting, trials, departure from Belfast and finally, her departure from Queenstown. The book is 10in x 10in in size (25cm x 25cm), hardcover, and totals 176 pages (including a 16 page color section), using almost 300 black-and-white photographs, some printed across two pages. Hall and Klistorner have source original prints or scans from original glass-plate negatives for many of the images, which means that many appear in this book in a higher resolution than have ever been seen in print – such as the well-known Cork Examiner photos, for example. Some have never been seen before, and where several similar views were taken aboard ship by different photographers.
Authors: Steve Hall, Daniel Klistorner, Bruce Beveridge, Scott Andrews, Art Braunschweiger.
Foreword by
Ken Marschall.