Photo was a monthly photography magazine published in the United States from 1941 to 1953. The magazine was noted for its coverage of a wide variety of photographic styles and techniques, and for its contributions to the development of photography as an art form.magazine-cover-not-available.png

Photo covered a broad range of photographic topics, including photojournalism, portraiture, nature and landscape photography, and experimental techniques. The magazine also featured articles on photographic equipment and technologies, as well as profiles of notable photographers and their work.

During its run, Photo published the work of many important photographers, including Edward Weston, Ansel Adams, and Dorothea Lange. The magazine served as a forum for the discussion and debate of photographic styles and techniques, and helped to shape the direction of photography as an art form in the United States.

Photo was published by the American Photography Institute, which was headquartered at the New York Institute of Photography. The magazine was printed on high-quality paper and featured a range of photographic reproductions and illustrations.

Despite its relatively short run, Photo was an important publication in the history of photography in the United States, offering a unique perspective on the art form at a time of significant change and innovation.{{Categories}}

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