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Rudolf Bruner-Dvořák (1864-1921) one of the founders of the press photographs and pioneer of photographic reportage in the Czech lands. His photographs are the first appearance on the log Prague. The period between 1907 and 1910 is considered the best for his photographic work. Versatile photographer who brought improvements in technology and work style. His favorite subjects were landscapes of Bosnia and Serbia. Bruner-Dvořák also worked with the autochrome process, unfortunately survived only a few plates: a series of images that portray the park of the castle of Konopiste, owned by Ferdinand d’Este, and the park Stromovka in Prague.