Who shot sports : in a flash : 29.05.2017-19.11.2017 : visit guide / The Olympic Museum, Cultural and Educational Programmes Unit

Musée olympique (Lausanne). Programmes culturels et éducatifs

Edited by The Olympic Museum. Lausanne - 2017

The “Who Shot Sports” exhibition offers an overview of the history of sports photography, through 159 photos from 1843 to the present day. From the first daguerrotypes to digital images, sports photographers have played a crucial role in the development of photography. The exhibition is structured around nine themes, each of which introduces a different aspect of sports photography. “The beginnings of sports photography” explains the origins of the discipline and presents the first sports photographs, taken at the end of the 19th century. The “Vantage point” and “Decisive moment” chapters are dedicated to two key elements of taking an amazing shot. Four more sections give a panorama of the sports image. Finally, in the “Olympics” section, visitors will discover the intimate links between sports photography and this world media event. This visit guide is part of a series of documents for teachers to help them plan a visit to The Olympic Museum with their classes. It contains suggested routes and activities to do whilst at the exhibition “Who shot sports: in a flash”, held at The Olympic Museum from 29 May to 19 November 2017.

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