Can you answer me some questions about the Titanic?
6 Aug 11
1) If you knew how expensive photography was at that time, you would not ask the question. Quite apart from the fact that thinking in a mass panic, probably none of the photographic equipment. That was not like today ... 2) Is there any evidence, as well as for all other stories.
6 Aug 11
Although I do not know who told you such a scrap at Number2 but I think it less and ask for number 1 I am of the opinion-because it was only an exercise and when it came out of it was not an exercise is all top down, there were already was too late to get a.
6 Aug 11
As the rescue boats have not been sufficient time for the passengers and arrived at the time none of this would have thought to take pictures. The second question, no, was not it true the maiden voyage of the Titanic, which was already delayed anyway, because at the time the Titanic had to make the dry dock for repairs at the Olympic (the first of three sister ships). Yes it was the Olympic, the Titanic and the Britannic (which should actually be called the giants, but by the disaster of the Titanic, was the megalomania broken). And there is still the suspicion that it is not the Titanic sunk, but the true Olympic misfortune ship (insurance fraud is because the Olympic had been classified as total loss).
5 Aug 11
well if you're in a sinking ship the first thing that you'd probably do is haul yourself out of it, and the second would be not to stop and take pictures of it. Besides back then there weren't any portable cameras, cameras back then were bulky, heavy, and it took time just to set it up, and to take a shot, and with all the people running for dear life, no one would even bother to do it.