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Anthony Hernandez // Rodeo Drive, 1984 Pres. Haveanicebook (s.d) 2:47 mins At: https://vimeo.com/60781480 (Accessed on 18.09.14)

AP (2014) AP severs ties with photographer who altered work [online] At: http://www.ap.org/Content/AP-In-The-News/2014/AP-severs-ties-with-photographer-who-altered-work (Accessed on 05.10.14)

Barthes, Roland (1977) ‘Rhetoric of the Image’ In: Trachtenberg (ed.) Classic Essays on Photography. New Haven: Leete’s Island. pp. 269-285

Barthes, Roland (1980) Camera Lucida. Bungay: Chaucer Press

Bate, David (2009) Photography: The Key Concepts. New York: Berg

Benedictus, Leo (2008) Tom Stoddart’s best shot [online] At: http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2008/oct/02/photography (Accessed on 14.09.14)

Blanchard, Tamsin (2002) A life less ordinary In: The Observer [online] At: http://www.theguardian.com/theobserver/2002/jan/13/features.magazine37 (Accessed on 24.09.14)

Booth, Hanna (2012) ‘Rodeo Drive, 1984, by Anthony Hernandez’ In: The Guardian [online] At:  http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/gallery/2012/nov/30/big-picture-rodeo-drive-photography (Accessed on 18.09.14)

Boothroyd, Sharon (2014) Photography 1. Context and Narrative. Barnsley: OCA

Braden, Polly (2014) London’s Square Mile [online] At: http://pollybraden.com/work/london-square-mile/ (Accessed 01.10.04)

Braden, Polly (s.d) About. At: http://pollybraden.com/about/ (Accessed 01.10.04)

Bright, Susan (2010) Autofocus. The self-portrait in contemporary photography. London: Thames & Hudson.

Bright, Susan (2005) Art Photography Now. London: Thames & Hudson

Bull, Stephen (2010) Photography. London: Routledge

Campany, David, (s.d) China Between 2005-2009 [online] At:http://pollybraden.com/work/china-between/ (Accessed 01.10.04)

Campany, David (2003) ‘Safety in Numbness: Some Remarks on Problems of “Late Photography”’ In: David Green (ed.) Where Is the Photograph? Brighton: Photoworks/Photoforum. pp. 123-133 [online] At: http://davidcampany.com/safety-in-numbness/ (Accessed on 10-10-14)

Campany, David (2008) Photography and Cinema. London: Reaktion Books

Campbell, Bryony (2011) The Dad Project [online] At:http://www.brionycampbell.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/The_Dad_Project_Briony_Campbell.pdf (Accessed on 15.10.14)

Campbell, David (2012) The myth of compassion fatigue [online] Available at:  http://www.david-campbell.org/2012/02/29/the-myth-of-compassion-fatigue/ (Accessed: 07.10.14)

Carville, Justin (2001) ‘Re-negotiated territory’ In: Afterimage 29 (1) pp. 5

Casper, Jim (s.d) Martin Parr: Mischievous Ironist [online audio] At: https://www.lensculture.com/articles/martin-parr-martin-parr-mischievous-ironist (Accessed on 24.09.14)

Catalyst: Paul Seawright Pres. Seawright. IWM (2014) 2 mins At: https://vimeo.com/76940827 (Accessed on 01.10.14)

Cotton, Charlotte (2009) the photograph as contemporary art. new edition London: Thames & Hudson

Couturier, Elisabeth (2012) talk about contemporary photography. Paris: Flammarian

Cumming, Laura (2009) A Face to the World. On Sefl-Portraits. London: Harper Press

Duncan, John (2008) Bonfires. Brighton: Photoworks

Durden, Mark (2014) Photography Today. New York: Phaidon

Dyer, G (2007) The Ongoing Moment. London: Vintage

Edwards, Steve (2006) Photography. A Very Short Introduction. Oxford: Oxford University Press

Frank, Robert (1959) The Americans. New York: Grove Press

Franklin, Stuart (2009) ‘Wayne Miller’ In: Lardinois (ed.) Magnum Magnum. London: Thames & Hudson. pp. 370-379

Gayford, Martin (2014) ‘Ordinary lives, extraordinary photographs’. In: The Telegraph [online] At: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/3615454/Ordinary-lives-extraordinary-photographs.html (Accessed on 24.09.14)

Gefter, Philip (2009) Essay: Icons as Fact, Fiction and Metaphor [online] At: http://lens.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/07/23/essay-4/?_php=true&_type=blogs&_r=0 (Accessed on 03.10.14)

GNM press office (2014) ‘David Levene: Eyewitness’ – Guardian photographer to exhibit in The Gallery at Foyles. [online] Guardian website. Available at: http://www.theguardian.com/gnm-press-office/david-levene-eyewitness-exhibition-foyles (Accessed on 02.10.14)

Goldberg, Vikki (1995) Looking at the Poor in a Gilded Frame. At: http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=990CE1D9163EF93AA35757C0A963958260&fta=y&scp=22&sq=Sebastiao%20Salgado&st=cse (Accessed on 29.09.14)

Goldberg, Vicki (2005) ‘Martin Parr’ In: Vicki Goldberg. Light Matters. New York: Aperture. Pp. 135-140

Goldin, Nan (1986) The Ballad of Sexual Dependency. New York: Aperture

Good, Jennifer (2013) ‘The Equivalence of Suffering’ In: Source 75 pp. 71

Grundberg, Andy (2003) ‘The Crisis of the Real’ In: Wells (ed.) The Photography Reader. London: Routledge. pp. 164-179

Guardian (2011) David Levene photographs Warsaw [online] Guardian website. Available at: http://www.theguardian.com/world/gallery/2011/apr/04/new-europe-poland#/?picture=373308037&index=12 (Accessed on 02.10.14)

Hernandez, Anthony (2012) Rodeo Drive, 1984. London: MACK

Harper, L (2014) Pictures of the week: London’s Square Mile, by Polly Braden [online] At: http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/gallery/2014/mar/14/pictures-of-the-week-london-city-square-mile#/?picture=431800087&index=2 (Accessed 01.10.04)

Hoepker, T (2006) I Took That 9/11 Photo [online]. Slate.com website. Available from: http://www.slate.com/articles/arts/culturebox/2006/09/i_took_that_911_photo.html (Accessed 22 August 2014)

Houlette, Michaël (2005) Joel Meyerowitz  Colour Work, 1970-1980, Changing Time. At: https://www.lensculture.com/articles/joel-meyerowitz-joel-meyerowitz-color-work-1970-1980-changing-time#slide-2 (Accessed on 22.09.14)

Jay, Bill and Hurn, David (1997) On Being a Photographer [Kindle Edition] From: Amazon.co.uk (Accessed on 15.09.14)

Jeffrey, Ian (1981) Photogrqaphy A Concise History. London: Thames and Hudson

Jones, J (2011) The meaning of 9/11’s most controversial photo [online]. Guardian website. Available from: http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2011/sep/02/911-photo-thomas-hoepker-meaning (Accessed 22 August 2014)

Jones, J (2012) The homeless man and the NYPD cop’s boots: how a warm tale turns cold [Online]. Guardian Newspaper website. Available from: http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2012/dec/04/homeless-man-nypd-cop-boots (Accessed 30 August 2014)

Jones, Jonathan (2012) The fake photographs that predate Photoshop [online] At: http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2012/aug/29/fake-photography-before-photoshop (Accessed on 05.10.14)

Jones, Jonathan (2012) Join Instagram, join a collective act of self-delusion [online] At: http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2012/dec/19/instagram-collective-act-self-delusion (Accessed 05.10.14)

Juniper, Andrew (2003) Wabi Sabi the Japanese art of impermanence. North Clarendon: Tuttle

Kessels, Erik (2012) 24 hrs in photos At:http://www.kesselskramer.com/exhibitions/24-hrs-of-photos (Accessed on: 10.02.15)

Kimmelman, Michael (2001) Can Suffering Be Too Beautiful? At: http://www.nytimes.com/2001/07/13/arts/photography-review-can-suffering-be-too-beautiful.html (Accessed on 02.10.14)

Koren, Leonard (1995) Wabi-Sabi for Artists, Designers, Poets & Philosophers. Berkeley: Stone Bridge

La Grange, Ashley (2005) Basic Critical Theory for Photographers. Oxford: Elsevier

Le, An-My (s.d) Viet Nam [online] At: http://www.anmyle.com/Vietnam/1 (Accessed 13.0.14)

Lederman, Errika (2012) ‘Street Photography’ In: Juliet Hacking (ed.) Photography The Whole Story. London: Thames & Hudson. Pp. 288-291

Levene, David (2014) David Levene: Eyewitness – in pictures [online] Guardian website. Available at: http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/gallery/2014/sep/02/david-levene-eyewitness-in-pictures (Accessed on 02.10.14)

Los Angeles Times (2003) Editor’s Note [online] At: http://articles.latimes.com/2003/apr/02/news/war-1walski2 (Accessed on 05.10.14)

Marcel, Graca (2001) The Impact of war on children. London: Hurst & Company

McKenna, Kristine (1993) For maverick Duane Michals, a photo is worth far less than a thousand words when the questions are about the very meaning of truth [online] At: http://www.artnews.com/2013/07/29/duane-michals-fighting-against-photography/ (Accessed on: 26.10.14)

Metropolitan Museum of Art (2013) First Major Exhibition Devoted to History of Manipulated Photography Before Digital Age Opens at Metropolitan Museum October 11 [online] At: http://www.metmuseum.org/about-the-museum/press-room/exhibitions/2012/faking-it (Accessed 05.10.14)

Meyerowitz, Joel (2006) Aftermath: World Trade Center Archive. New York: Phaidon Press

Nixon, Nicholas (2008) Nicholas Nixon: The Brown Sisters. Thirty-Three Years. New York: The Museum of Modern Art

O’Hagan, Sean (2011) Right Here, Right Now: photography snatched off the streets. At: http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2011/mar/08/street-photography-format-festival-derby (Accessed on: 22.09.14)

Oliver, Mary (1992) Morning At: http://www.loc.gov/poetry/180/124.html(Accessed on 29.10.14)

Palatnik, A and Holpuch, A (2012) Girls petition for Teen Vogue to put an end to airbrushed photos [online blog] In: Guardian.co.uk At: http://www.theguardian.com/fashion/us-news-blog/2012/jul/11/teen-girls-ask-teen-vogue-end-photoshopped-photos (Accessed on 02.10.14)

Parr, Martin (1986) Last Resort: Photographs of New Brighton. Stockport: Dewi Lewis

Pickering, Sarah (s.d) Public Order. [online] At: http://www.sarahpickering.co.uk/Works/Pulic-Order/workpg-01.html (Accessed 03.10.14)

Poets.org (s.d) Mary Oliver At: http://www.poets.org/poetsorg/poet/mary-oliver (Accessed on 28.10.14)

Post Editions (2008) Baghdad Calling [online] Available at: http://www.post-editions.com/?page=baghdad (Accessed on 07.09.14)

Richin, Fred (2014) Syrian Torture Archive: When Photographs of Atrocities Don’t Shock [online] At: http://lightbox.time.com/2014/01/28/when-photographs-of-atrocities-dont-shock/#1 (Accessed on 10-10-14)

Rideal, Liz (2005) National Portrait Gallery, Insights, Self-portraits. London: National Portrait Gallery

Ristelhueber, Sophie (1992) Fait: Koweit 1991 (Aftermath: Kuwait 1991). Paris: Éditions Hazan

Rosler, M (1981) ‘In, Around and Afterthoughts (on documentary photography)’ In: Bolton, R. (ed.) The Contest of Meaning: Critical Histories of Photography. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 303-340

Rugoff, Ralph (s.d) Anthony Hernandez Rodeo Drive, 1984 [online] At: http://www.mackbooks.co.uk/books/46-Rodeo-Drive-1984.html (Accessed on 18.09.14)

Ruscha, Edward (1966) Every Building on the Sunset Strip. Los Angeles: self-published

Saner, Emine (2011) The artists’ artist: reportage photographers. In: The Guardian [online] At: http://www.theguardian.com/culture/2011/jun/15/artists-artist-reportage-photography (Accessed 14.09.14)

Sekula, Allan (1982) ‘On the Invention of Photographic Meaning’ In: Burgin (ed.) Thinking Photography. London: MacMillan. pp. 84-109

Seawright, Paul (1999) Hidden. London: Imperial War Museum

Sherman, Cindy (2003) Cindy Sherman: The Complete Untitled Film Stills.New York: The Museum of Modern Art.

Sobieszek, Robert A. (1999) Ghost in the Shell. Photography and the Human Soul, 1850 – 2000. Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Solomon-Godeau, Abigail (1991) ‘Who is Speaking Thus? Some Questions about Documentary Photography’ In: Solomon-Godeau Photography at the dock: essays on photographic history, institutions, and practices. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. pp. 169-183

Solomon-Godeau, A (1994) ‘Inside/Out’ In: Johnson, S. (ed.) The Everyday. London: Whitechapel, 195-204

Sontag, Susan (1977) On Photography, London, Penguin Books

Sontag, S (2003) Regarding the Pain of Others. London: Penguin Group

Soutter, Lucy (2013) Why art photography? London: Routledge

Stallabrass, Julian (2008) ‘The Power and Impotence of Images’, In:  Memory of Fire: The War of Images and Images of War, Brighton: Photoworks/ Brighton Photo Biennial, pp. 4-9. Available at:http://www.ucl.ac.uk/zones_of_conflict/Stallabrass-Power (Accessed on 08.10.14)

TateShots: John Riddy Pres. Riddy. Tate (2014) 4 mins At: http://www.tate.org.uk/context-comment/video/tateshots-john-riddy (Accessed on 16.09.14)

The Great Leap Sideways (2012) An Opened Eye: Anthony Hernandez’s “Rodeo Drive” [online blog] At: http://www.thegreatleapsideways.com/?ha_exhibit=an-opened-eye-anthony-hernandezs-rodeo-drive (Accessed on 18.09.14)

Taylor, Rachel (2003) The Last Resort 40. At:http://www.tate.org.uk/art/artworks/parr-the-last-resort-40-p11922/text-summary (Accessed on 24.09.14)

Travis, David (2003) At the edge of the light. Thoughts on Photography and Photographers, on Talent and Genius. New Hampshire: David R Godine

Wells, Liz (2008) Photography: A Critical Introduction Third Edition. London: Routledge

Weski, Thomas (2013) ‘Cruel and Tender’ In: Dexter and Weski (ed.) Cruel and Tender London: Tate

Weston, Edward (1965) ‘Seeing Photographically’ In: Trachtenberg, R. (ed.)Classic Essays on Photography. Sedgwick ME: Leete’s Island Books pp. 169-175

Williamson, J (2014) Wedgewood. Source. 77, pp. 10-11

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