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Copy of Photography

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sarah jones

on 1 April 2013

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Transcript of Copy of Photography

security Sarah Jones Photography History Chemistry
Physics
optics lines Sociology/Anthropology Fields To photograph truthfully
and effectively
is to see beneath the surfaces
and record the qualities
of nature and humanity
which live or are latent in all things.
Ansel Adams Camera Obscura Daguerreotype Brownie Kodak black & white color digital Photography plate film digital Law of Reciprocity
Lenses
Motion blur
Focus
Aberration
Resolution
Diffraction
Grain
Stereoscopy a breakdown
of disciplines Science Art Texture
Line
Color
Shape
Form
Tone
Space Dr. Imbeau CIED 5813 rule of thirds contrast texture shape and form Math engineering shutter speed, aperture, focal length, f-stops, exposure, iso rating, Elements of Design color perspective movement horizon group interactions, classroom studies, ethnography, participant observation, use of urban space mood, emotion, style, communication history, ethnography, social change, semiotics, documentaries, journalism, patriotism, activism, propaganda empirical research fashion
scientific
forensics
journalism food
portrait
fine art
commercial amateur
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