Mondays, on BBC
Documentary series exploring the history of photography - from daguerreotype to digital, from portraits to photo-journalism, from art to advertising.
A look at the current state of the art, from a three million-dollar Edward Steichen print to the estimated 29 billion photographs taken in 2006 by phone cameras alone, as well as the impact of digital post-production techniques that make anything possible
This part looks at what happens when the medium translates personal relationships into photographic ones; when strangers, celebrities, lovers and children get fed to the camera. It's also about what happens when photographers turn their cameras on themsel