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Transcript of Extreme Photography
By: Peyton Priola, Noelle Rasmussen, Brett Huff, Casey Dixon, Chloe Policke, Brandon Owensby
Photographers who are not afraid to shoot outside of their "safe" zone~and who will do anything to "get the shot!"
- Alexander Gardener
- Mathew Brady
- Chuck Cook
The Afhganistan War
- Apollo 17 Crew
- Viking 1
- Images from NASA
- Bruce Omori & Tom Kuai'i
- Clark Little
- Octavio Aburto
- Eadward Muybridge
- John Ott
- Doc Edgerton
- Vadim Makhorov
- Tom Ryaboi
- Charles Ebbets
-Margret Bourke- White
- Paul Bride
Alexander Gardener (Civil War)
Chuck Cook (Vietnam War)
Apollo 17 Crew
Eruption on Sun's surface
Doc Edgerton 1903-1990
Charles Ebbets 1905-78
Margaret Bourke- White 1904-1971
What exactly is extreme photography?
Generally speaking, extreme photography can be defined as attempting take photographs of extreme phenomena or take photos under extreme circumstances.
So what exactly qualifies as "extreme"?
Frequently, it is or can be used
to evoke a sense of emotion in a
viewer, such as terror, fascination,,
World War II
Huynh Cong "Nick" Ut
Joe Rosenthall captured this iconic photo of the United States raising the flag in victory...
....and Mark Stevens took
this one after a Japanese
Protestors in Kiev, Ukraine.
Famous images of space
were captured by man-made
machines as they explored our
"Blue Marble" shot
lunar orbiter 1- view of earth
View of martian surface from viking 1
Buzz Aldrin's footprint
hubble space telescope, 2010
A dying star
Jim Reed doing his job
in the thick of it
Helicopter, May 3, 1999
Jeff Flock during hurricane
Hurricane Sandy, New Jersey
Bruce Omori and Tom Kuaii
What does extreme photographs say
about our society?
What can extreme photography do?
Sometimes it motivates US intervention...
..and other times it can discourage it
It can build public support in our darkest hour....
Pearl Harbor, 1941
...and show what were really capable of in our greatest moments.
It demonstrates out greatest achievements.
But ideally, it unites us all in a common belief!
-Chinese and Greek Philosophers
“What i like about photographs is that they capture a moment that’s gone forever, impossible to reproduce.” -Karl Lagerfeld
-Louis Daguerre and Joseph Niepce
-G Brad Lewis "Volcano Man"
Volcano Man- G Brad Lewis
(First Negative Photograph)
-First non-faded photograph
(first color photograph)
The 'BROWNIE' Camera
35mm Still Camera
Extreme Photography Today
Olympus OM-D E-M5
Future of Extreme Photography
How did it develop over the years?
The Fearless Photographers
Whether it's floating dangerously close to volcanic lava or risking a tumble in a big wave, extreme photographers take incredible risks to capture stunning images.