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Slide 1 Photography Documentary photography Artistic photography Street photography Photojournalism Landscape photography Portraiture Slide 2 Consider the following elements of composition as you critique a photograph: foreground/background/middle-ground balance repetition lighting frame line exposure subject-matter axis/symmetry/asymmetry focal point angle of view Slide 3 Consider how the photograph illustrates the principles and elements of design what draws our eye to the image? how did the photographer think about form and content? consider the angle from which the photo is taken What is included in the frame? What is not included? How does the angle affect our understanding of the scene? examine the use of mass and shape What is being emphasized? What is being de-emphasized? what other choices has the photographer made in composing the photo? what can you tell about the attitude of the photographer towards the subjects of the picture? Slide 4 Jacob Riis 1849-1914 America's first journalist-photographer known at the turn of the century as the "Emancipator of the Slums" because of his work on behalf of the urban poor brutal documentation of sweatshops, disease-ridden tenements, and overcrowded schools aroused public indignation and helped effect significant reform in housing, education, and child-labor laws no real artistic intent "I came to take up photography... not exactly as a pastime. It was never that for me. I had to use it, and beyond that I never went.. Slide 5 Bandit's Roost, 59 1/2 Mulberry Street Slide 6 Home of an Italian Rag picker 1888 Slide 7 Five Cents Lodging, Bayard Street 1889 Slide 8 Basement of a Pub in Mulberry-Bend at 3:00 am Slide 9 A Black-and-Tan Dive in "Africa" Slide 10 Blind Beggar Slide 11 A downtown "Morgue" (unlicensed saloon) Slide 12 Police Station Lodger, A Plank for a Bed Slide 13 Women's Lodging Room in the West 47th Street Slide 14 Men's Lodging Room in the West 47th Street Slide 15 Timothy O'Sullivan 1840-1882 documented battlefields of Civil War little is known of his life career covered barely two decades but produced one of the major bodies of photographic work in 19th century America originally worked for Matthew Brady Slide 16 A Harvest of Death, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania July, 1863 Slide 17 Group of Confederate Prisoners at Fairfax Court-House, Virginia Slide 18 General Grant and his General Staff Slide 19 Dorothea Lange 1895-1965 best known for her Depression-era work for the New Deals Farm Security Administration her photographs humanized the tragic consequences of the Great Depression and profoundly influenced the development of documentary photography Slide 20 I saw and approached the hungry and desperate mother, as if drawn by a magnet. I do not remember how I explained my presence or my camera to her, but I do remember she asked me no questions. I made five exposures, working closer and closer from the same direction. I did not ask her name or her history. She told me her age, that she was thirty-two. She said that they had been living on frozen vegetables from the surrounding fields, and birds that the children killed. She had just sold the tires from her car to buy food. There she sat in that lean-to tent with her children huddled around her, and seemed to know that my pictures might help her, and so she helped me. There was a sort of equality about it. Slide 21 Migrant Mother Slide 22 Ditched, Stalled and Stranded Slide 23 Plantation Overseer and His Field Hands Slide 24 Back Slide 25 Riverbank Gas Station Slide 26 Margaret Bourke-White 1904-1971 first female war correspondent first woman to be allowed to work in combat zones during World War II first female photojournalist for Life magazine Slide 27 A DC4 Flying Over New York City Slide 28 Fort Peck Dam (1 st cover of Life Magazine) Slide 29 Gandhi Slide 30 Buchenwald Slide 31 Germans See Buchenwald Slide 32 Gold Miners, South Africa Slide 33 Flood Victim Paddling a Boat Made of Washtubs, Louisville, KY Slide 34 Hats in the Garment District Slide 35 Moscow Bombing 1941 Slide 36 Julia Margaret Cameron 1815-1879 Cameron's photographs are notable for the extreme intimacy and psychological intensity these effects achieved by the use of extreme close-up, suppression of detail (sometimes accompanied by peripheral blurring), and dramatic lighting was attempting to convey the inner spirit Slide 37 Sadness Slide 38 The Echo Slide 39 Mariana "She said I am aweary, aweary, I would that I were dead" Slide 40 Carleton Watkins 1829-1916 In the last third of the 19th c. one of America's foremost landscape photographers known primarily for his artistic panoramas of Yosemite and other wilderness areas photographed throughout the West on field expeditions, carrying huge cameras and other equipment also made many memorable images of the rapid development of San Francisco Slide 41 Coast View Number One Slide 42 The Wreck of the Viscata Slide 43 Washington Column, 2052 ft., Yosemite Slide 44 Alcatraz, from North Point Slide 45 The Golden Gate from Telegraph Hill Slide 46 Alfred Stieglitz 1864 - 1946 instrumental over his fifty-year career in making photography an acceptable art form alongside painting and sculpture also known for his marriage to painter Georgia OKeeffe was insistent that "photographs look like photographs," so that the medium of photography would be considered with its own aesthetic credo and and be defined as a fine art for the first time Slide 47 Winter On Fifth Avenue Slide 48 Icy Night Slide 49 Spring Showers Slide 50 From the Back-Window Slide 51 Georgia OKeeffe Slide 52 Slide 53 Gordon Parks 1912 - 2006 Groundbreaking African-American photographer, musician, poet, novelist, journalist & film director best remembered for his photo essays for Life magazine and as the director of the 1971 film Shaft said that freedom was the theme of all of his work Slide 54 American Gothic Slide 55 Red Jackson and Herbie Levy Study Wounds of Slain Gang Member Maurice Gaines Slide 56 Chain Gang Slide 57 Ella Watson and her Grandchildren Slide 58 Drugstore Cowboys, Blind River, Ontario Slide 59 Muhammed Ali in Training Slide 60 Norman Jr. Reading in Bed Slide 61 Ansel Adams 1902-1984 best known for his black and white photographs of California's Yosemite Valley credited with creating the zone system, a technique which allows photographers to translate the light they see into specific densities on negatives and paper, thus giving them better control over finished photographs, so they have a systematic method of precisely defining the relationship between the way they see the photographic subject and the results they achieve in their finished works also pioneered the idea of visualization of the finished print based upon the measured light values in the scene being photographed Slide 62 Bridal Veil Fall, Yosemite Valley Slide 63 Nevada Fall, Yosemite Slide 64 Moonrise, Hernandez, New Mexico Slide 65 Tree Slide 66 Mount McKinley, Denali National Park, Alaska Slide 67 Aspens Slide 68 Moon and Half Dome Slide 69 Robert Doisneau 1912 - 1944 noted for his frank and often humorous depictions of Parisian street life. Chance is the one thing you can't buy. You have to pay for it and you have to pay for it with your life, spending a lot of time, you pay for it with time, not the wasting of time but the spending of time. Slide 70 Kiss at the Hotel de Ville Slide 71 Inky child Slide 72 Sunday Morning in Arcueil Slide 73 Sidelong Glance Slide 74 Hell Slide 75 Picasso and the Loaves Slide 76 Down to the Factory Slide 77 Pipi Pigeon Slide 78 A Musician Slide 79 Henri Cartier-Bresson 1908-2004 street photography sought the decisive moment To me, photography is the simultaneous recognition, in a fraction of a second, of the significance of an event as well as of a precise organization of forms that give that event its proper expression. "Oop! The Moment! Once you miss it, it is gone forever." Slide 80 Slide 81 Slide 82 Slide 83 Slide 84 Slide 85 Behind the Gare St. Lazare Slide 86 Gold Distribution Shanghai Slide 87 Man Ray 1890-1976 "I do not photograph nature. I photograph my visions." master of experimental and fashion photography also a painter, a filmmaker, a poet, an essayist, a philosopher, and a leader of American modernism interest in minimalism and abstraction carried over to Man Ray's experiments with what he termed "rayographs: made by placing a three- dimensional object or series of objects on top of a piece of photographic paper and exposing it to light Slide 88 Le Violin Slide 89 Tears Slide 90 Noire et Blanche Slide 91 Slide 92 rayographs Slide 93 Slide 94 Slide 95
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