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History of Photography - EVERYONE USE THIS
Transcript of History of Photography - EVERYONE USE THIS
Elysia, Emily, Danica & Jonathan Ryan Dinal Shiraz Elysia Emily Metaphoric Photography Formalistic Photography Danica History of Photography - Group E What is Formalism in Photography? - It seeks to isolate and organize
form in its own sake
- Subject may not exist in formalistic photography.
- Formalism is the concept that a work's artistic value is entirely determined by its form—the way it is made, it’s purely visual aspects, and its medium. - Emphasizes elements such as colour, line, shape and texture. Dorothea Lange influential American photographer
best known for work in Depression-era (1930's)
used camera to show others what she had felt
took pictures of homeless men/women, young children Influence and Legacy Everyone across the nation soon realized the harsh conditions
Lange among with others were paid to visit stricken areas
defined critical time of history
showed how powerful photography influences society
many of her photographs are displayed throughout museums across America Lange's Photographs Migrant Mother No Money, Ten Children Minor White One of the greatest American photographers during the period after World War Two.
Best-known of the metaphoric photographers.
His efforts extended photography's range of expression and he greatly influenced creative photography in the mid-20th century. Photography Techniques He uses the camera to capture and photograph the world with great sensitivity.
The viewer must look beyond what is obvious to see what is revealed.
One does not photograph something simply for "what it is," but for "what else it is." Photos by Man Ray The Great Depression In 1935, the U.S. government realized the influence in fighting the Depression
Roy Stryker, hired many photographers to enhace public perception of the Depression
assigned different areas/regions
focused on migrant farmlands Corn Along a River Migrant Mother Video Clip Jonathan Margaret
Bourke-White - Female war photographer Who is Margaret Bourke-White? Laszlo Moholy-Nagy - Laszlo Moholy-Nagy was born on July 20, 1895, in Bácsborsód, Hungary and died on November 24, 1946, in Chicago
- Moholy-Nagy is considered a major influence on the history of photography.
- He trained photographers with the use of light. Man Ray - Photojournalist in World War II and in Soviet industries.
- Bourke-White made many breakthroughs as a female Breakthroughs - First woman to be allowed in the battle zones of World War II
- First Westerner allowed to photography in Soviet industries. Bourke-White's work Thanks for Listening!! :) Glass Tears - 1945 The Kiss-1922 Anatomy-1929
- Played a major role in both the Dada and Surrealist movements.
- He experimented with photography included rediscovering how to make “cameraless” pictures, or photograms, which he called rayographs. Photos by Laszlo Moholy-Nagy Photogram, 1926 Not Specified What is Metaphoric Photography? The subject of the photograph doesn’t exist in a recognisable form it is only the starting point of the vision of the photographer
This type of photography takes the viewer far away into a land of imagination and interest.
"Making a photograph is symbolic. It is a representation, and in that, it stands for something. The picture you create is not the same as the thing you photographed."
-William Wylie William Wylie William Wylie is a modern-day metaphorical photographer
In his work, Wylie focuses on themes and issues of landscape and place.
For more than four years Wylie chronicled the changing light along the 150-mile river, which runs from the Continental Divide to the Missouri River. Pictures Captured by William Wylie Summary The History of Photography Photography has evolved from experimentations with chemicals and lighting, to an art form admired by the world. It has become much more complex and technical and there is much more to explore with in photography in this day in age.
Over time, photography gained popularity, and soon became a way to make a living, or just as a hobby. People began opening studios, and stores. Jobs were created doing things such as journalism to help tell a story, or record events. History of Photography cont... The Eastman Kodak Company, and other comopedator businesses were big influences on the technology in photography we use today. They helped keep the interest alive and the curiosity for discovering more about cameras, and advancing the products to what we use today. These businesses made photography an accessable hobby to persue for regular people, rather than primarily professionals.
Photography has become a big part of history, and it is often something we take for granted. It is an art form. There is a lot of room for creativity and originality with photography. It is a big part of our lives and should remain a valued part of our history.