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PHOTOGRAPHY Line leading implied perspective horizontal diagonal confusion/tension vertical S-curved Space rule of thirds golden square rule balance negitive space Value Shape Form Texture Color ELEMENTS OF ART going from 2 dimenshional
to 3 dimenshinal. being able
to see the fine lines with in a
picture. contrast key high low high low how does the
show the best
inpact LIGHTING top light side light bottom light back light front light THE PHOTOGRAPHIC AGE The Associated Press is an American news agency. The AP is a cooperative owned by its contributing newspapers, radio and television stations in the United States, which both contribute stories to the AP and use material written by its staff journalists. Many newspapers and broadcasters outside the United States are AP subscribers, paying a fee to use AP material without being contributing members of the cooperative The Associated Press Murray Becker, an Associated Press photographer whose pictures of the burning airship Hindenburg and a weeping Lou Gehrig are among the most celebrated in journalism, died of cancer Tuesday at his home in North Miami Beach, Fla. He was 77 years old and had been retired since 1972. Murray Becker and the Hindenburg Henry Luce & Life Magazine Henry Robinson Luce was an influential American publisher. He launched and closely supervised a stable of magazines that transformed journalism and the reading habits of upscale Americans. Time summarized and interpreted the week's news; Life was a picture magazine of politics, culture and society that dominated American visual perceptions in the era before television Gordon Parks and Ella Watson Gordon Roger Alexander Buchanan Parks (November 30, 1912 – March 7, 2006) was a groundbreaking American photographer, musician, poet, novelist, journalist, activist and film director. He is best remembered for his photo essays for Life magazine and as the director of the 1971 film Shaft. In one of the government�s most sacred strongholds, I set up my camera for my first professional photograph. On the wall was a huge American flag hanging from the ceiling to the floor. I asked her to stand before it, placed the mop in one hand, a broom in the other, then instructed her to look into the lens. After placing her photograph on Stryker�s desk two days later, I nervously awaited the verdict. He looked at it and shook his head. �"Well, you'�re catching on, but that picture could get us all fired."� Washington now had a black charwoman, standing erectly with mop and broom before the American flag. Her title: American Gothic. (Parks 1997:32) Ansel Easton Adams (February 20, 1902 – April 22, 1984) was an American photographer and environmentalist, best known for his black-and-white photographs of the American West, especially in Yosemite National Park. Ansel Adams Robert Capa was a Hungarian combat photographer and photojournalist who covered five different wars: the Spanish Civil War, the Second Sino-Japanese War, World War II across Europe, the 1948 Arab-Israeli War, and the First Indochina War. He documented the course of World War II in London, North Africa, Italy, the Battle of Normandy on Omaha Beach and the liberation of Paris. His action photographs, such as those taken during the 1944 Normandy invasion, portray the violence of war with unique impact. In 1947, Capa co-founded Magnum Photos with, among others, the French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson. The organization was the first cooperative agency for worldwide freelance photographers. Robert Capa One legend states that she was finished with the photo session and had turned her back to walk out of the studio, saying "That's it!"
She was standing waiting and turned to smile at film producer Darryl F. Zanuck who had entered the studio unexpectedly.
The shot was a costume shot for the film Sweet Rosie O'Grady released Oct. 1, 1943.
Another story even claims that Grable did the over the shoulder shot because she was pregnant at the time. This is unlikely as while Betty had two daughters with bandleader Harry James. Victoria was born on March 4, 1944 and Jessica was born on May 20, 1947.[1] It was doubtful that the pregnancy would have been showing in early 1943 if she conceived as late as June 1943. While American soldiers were overseas fighting World War II, they longed for something that reminded them of home. They chose this picture of Betty Grable. Some liked her sexy figure; others thought she reminded them of that ideal "girl back home." Whatever the reason, she was by far the number one pin-up girl during that time.

Photographer Frank Powolny took the shot. There is quite a bit of legend surrounding the pose with many different versions: Betty Grable Margaret Bourke-White was an American photographer and documentary photographer. She is best known as the first foreign photographer permitted to take pictures of Soviet Industry, the first female war correspondent (and the first female permitted to work in combat zones) and the first female photographer for Henry Luce's Life magazine, where her photograph appeared on the first cover. She died of Parkinson's disease about eighteen years after she developed her first symptoms. Margaret Bourke-White The Famliy Man Peoject Emmet Till (Generation) The natural, available light in a scene Ambient Light: The light coming from behind the subject. Backlighting: Bounce Lighting: Diffuse Lighting or Soft Lighting: Lighting that is low or moderate in contrast. Existing Light: Any available light regardless of time of day and at any location. Fill Flash: A technique to brighten dark shadow areas, often used when the subject is located in the dark shadow. Fill-In Light: Light added to the existing light by use of a lamp, flash or reflector. Light shining from the direction of the camera toward the subject. Frontlighting: Sidelighting: Light shining on the subject from the side relative to the camera, often casting long shadows Types Of Lighting Light that is bounced off a reflector to give the effect of ambient light MY PHOTOGRAPHY Taken For The Colvill Contest In Photo: Moe Anderson Created Still Life Light Painting and then some Don't Tread On Me Spring Brake This was a photo i took over spring brake and i dont really like the photo but i love the angle that i took it at i think it makes it more powerful. Film Photos every time i uploaded one of my film photo the prezi got some kind of error so if you really want to see them just come talk to me. CAMERA OPERATIONS The lens opening that changes in diameter,thereby determining how much light passes through to expose the film. A common system on SLR cameras where the camera lens automatically focuses the image using a selected part of the picture. An exposure setting on SLR cameras labeled with a "B." The bulb setting opens the shutter and keeps it open as long as you keep pressing the shutter release. The bulb setting is best used for photographing fireworks and other things that need a long exposure time. A supplementary flash unit attached to the camera. External flashes are used for many things including increased flash range and red-eye reduction. The area on the camera where the photographer views the subject area that will be recorded on the film. A brief, intense burst of light from a bulb or flash unit. A number that indicates the size of the aperture lens opening such as f/1.4, f/4, f/5.6, f/16, and f/22. The larger the f-stop number, the smaller the lens opening. F-stop determines your depth of field. Related Article: Using Aperture: Creative Power with Your Camera's F-Stop An instrument that measures the light reflected from or falling on an object for proper exposure. Cameras often have an internal light meter but external light meters are more effective. The process of setting the focus using the focus ring on the lens instead of using the camera's auto-focus system. An exposure that takes seconds or minutes to complete A lens which changes the perspective like a telephoto or wide-angle lens. The zoom, though, has a wide range of focal lengths, allowing the photographer to change the perspective from close in to far away. Aperture Autofocus (AF) System Manual Focus Finder or Viewfinder F-Stop or F-Number Flash Bulb Setting Zoom Time Exposure Light Meter or Exposure Meter External flash (equivalent) speed on a digital camera gives an indication of the sensitivity of the image sensor.
The best image quality is usually obtained at the lowest ISO setting on your digital camera. ISO Users can get full control of aperture and shutter speed in your digital camera. Base on your experience or try and error, you can have more fun with your digital cameras or create the picture effects you wish to get. Manual mode the shutter speed is the unit of measurement which determines how long shutter remains open as the picture is taken. The slower the shutter speed, the longer the exposure time. The shutter speed and aperture together control the total amount of light reaching the sensor. Shutter Speed A point at which rays of light or other radiation converge or from which they appear to diverge, as after refraction or reflection in an optical system Focus PHOTOSHOP Resteration Tools These tools are used to restore a photo. They do stuff like crop and make Phots darker and lighter in places needed. i used thes tools to fix the photo at right Before After histogrames levels curves Butterfly Lab Portrait Shoot What
makes a
successful image? Tribal Woman
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