- They were photographers of war.
- All of four photographers had played very important roles on the history of art and photography.
They had contributed their works to show people how cruel the war was.
- Gardner and Brady’s photographs had similar style. I think one of reasons is that Gardner have worked for Brady for several years.
- Fenton, Gardner, and Brady had a similar style of photography, while Capa's was different from them.
- All of the photographers were photojournalists of war, however, Gardner, Fenton and Brady focued more on a rosy future, they missed the detail of the war. Capa showed the true war to us.
- Similar with Capa, Brady had taken many photographs of dead soldiers. However, Capa was closer to the war and he exposed the real face of the war.
- Gardner and Brady just took photos about those horrible scenes on the postwar, while Capa was different, he distrituted himself into the war. So his photographys were more real.