The vertical, restive position of the pencil in each of the slides is indicative of a resort to have finished a particular task, presumably that of writing on the foolscap, with the pencil resting in [...]
The subject and concept of the exhibition is as unique as it can be and the gallery is the best place where the photos can be exhibited.
This mystic twist in Wackerbath's work keeps people looking out for more of his works in a bid to try to understand not only how he manages to pull such a delicate feat, but also [...]
This is an outstanding piece of art which made me, for instance, think of our world and humanity: first of all I thought about the perfection of the both, and then I passed to contemplations [...]
The Post-Modernist Movement of pop art and culture in the latter half of the twentieth century was a revolutionary movement and it was started by the American artist Andy Warhol's very amundane' looking paintings of [...]
The photographs in Without Sanctuary provide a record of the intolerance and racism that was standard in the United States at the turn of the twentieth century.
The first assumption that we can make about these works is that both of them achieve an effect of optical illusion and this is one of the most difficult tasks for a photographer to carry [...]
In the case of our apple, most of the wavelengths are absorbed with the exception of those that lie on the red end of the spectrum.
The death of Niepce was announced in 1833, but the experiment was still been performed by Daguerre and he succeeded in the development of the daguerreotype finally in 1837.
This particular feature in the works of Laura McPhee impresses the viewer owing to the mastership of the photographer in playing with the background and foreground.
As well, Ansel Adams skillfully incorporates the background imagery in the photo and catches the minor images of trees to better contrast the large and the small, the sufficient and the minor in the photo, [...]
The photograph reflects a marvelous landscape combining the elements of human interference in the form of buildings; it is necessary to underline the fact that the picture is to be referred to as representational [...]
The subject matter of the photograph under consideration is the nature of identity or, to be more exact, the exploration of it.
The main aim of the photographer is to stop the time and to make people to be delighted by the beauty of the picture, as the time is the substance which flows fast and the [...]
If they do, it is through the main webpage where it is displayed and the user is not allowed to copy the image.
This is the photo produced by Samantha Everton in 2009 as a part of her Vintage Dolls series: The photo is installed in a frame during the exhibition to ensure the considerable attention the viewers [...]
The concept of space in the exhibit depicts that of loose and un-articulated. But nowhere in the exhibit were photos shown of men or women building gabions baskets, or showing the river.
So the Art cannot stand a part of it and ignore the state of the environment. Shaffer and Anderson are sure that the earth is a living and feeling entity, which response to people's efforts.
Although photography was invented in its full form only in 1835, an understanding of the social impact that was a result of the invention of photography is rightly portrayed by Azoulay in his article "The [...]
I wanted to show that big city life is often some labyrinth of reflection, and it is often very difficult to distinguish between the imaginary world and reality.
The melting of the cool clue mountains and ice caps by the fire created through the inactions of the humans the world over, actually shows that the earth is weeping and lamenting the activities of [...]
By the time the Yosemite series was started, Carleton Watkins was a famous master of the so called wet-collodion technique that made use of the "mammoth" plates made of glass to allow for the better [...]
In spite of the fact the majority of his works are believed to be documentaries, Johnson is often referred to a photojournalist, because he often focused attention on the social aspect of human relationships, it [...]
The mission of PPA is defined as "To be the leader in the dissemination of knowledge in the areas of professional business practices and creative image-making, and to define and maintain the industry's standards of [...]
While many techniques Atta uses are not new, in some context the works of Atta can be considered as a philosophical opinion that was visualized using photography.
At that time all images produced were in black and white and eventually all masters of the art came to believe that the only artistic way to record photographic images was in black and white. [...]
One of her eyes is a stone eye and with the other eye she is trying to view something on her left side.
Edward Steichen is one of the central figures in the history of photos. The astonishing sale charge of the print is, in part, featured to its one-of-a-kind personality and to its curiosity.
Photography is one of the most interesting and impressive ways and techniques of culture representation. For instance, photography documented the culture of the 1920s and world wars, the Great Depression-era, and the liberation movement.
The picture artistically depicts the distance between the poplar trees making the trees on the right side to be smaller than the left side.
The scale of distribution of everyday photography is associated with the improvement of photographic technology and the spread of electronic and digital technologies, making exploring snapshot photography particularly relevant. To analyse the functions of snapshot [...]
Not the most pleasant experience in the world, rubbing mud and whatever other kind of natural goo I could find in various strategic spots on my body, but I did the best I could and [...]
His contributions to photography were challenged as it displayed most of the cultural and aesthetic conventions that were ahead of his time and did not fit in with the dominant notions of the kind of [...]
The high contrast and neutral tones of the image bring to the viewer's attention a variety of details, including the woman's hair, her wrinkles, and the unevenness of her skin.
More attention should be paid to the analysis of Weston's photographs and the comparison of their style to my photographs. The object in my black-and-white photograph looks like a kind of tubes, which texture is [...]
The exhibition "Photography + Folk Art: Looking for America in the 1930s" is a remarkable venue where visitors can see and even feel the atmosphere of the years of the Great Depression in the United [...]
In conclusion, it is necessary to stress that photography is a specific form of art that involves the use of technology.
This argument comes from the idea of the philosophic meaning of art and its ability to impact viewers by representing some objects of reality in unusual ways.
Both of them viewed the newly created form of image capture as a medium for the expression of art, but their views on the nature of the movement were radically different.
Finally, from the standpoint of war, such a large number of cannonballs on the road testifies to the scale of the hostilities, which also makes one wonder about the alarming consequences of attacks. Therefore, the [...]
This essay is interesting and was chosen because Bergen is famous for her acting and not for photography, yet she clearly has a passion for this trade.
Also, there is no focus on the man's feet because the camera concentrated on the leap in water, and the feet remain out of the water.
The snapshot taken in 1893 is known to the whole world as the outcome of a long and painstaking wait, and due to the efforts made, the master managed to achieve the desired effect.
The landscape consciousness of the America of the 19th century was distinguished by the desire to contemplate nature in its totality. This approach changed over time, but for the 19th century, details were not typical.
Some of them wanted to be chosen and get out of the bottle, and some of them remained indifferent to a situation and their places in it.
In order to make it fit the life in the 21st century, the famous quote by Laszlo Moholy Nagy can be rewritten in the following way: "The illiterate of the future will be the one [...]
In The Rhine II, the photographer attempts to deliver "an accurate image of a modern river" and invites viewers to see the river enclosed in the deep-colored stripes of grass, concrete, and the clouded sky.
It would be interesting to understand the journey that the tube took from the above regular shape to the shape we have below.
Therefore, I decided to focus on his works and explore their features to understand the topic of photography in detail. Still, instead of selecting fashion photographs by Avedon, I concentrated on his portraits of celebrities.
In the picture, a viewer sees the glassy and smooth water surface, the banks and fir trees covered with snow, and a high dome of the mountain in the center of the photograph.
The problem of photography is twofold: the problem of representation, and the presumption of reality that the photographic images elicits in the viewer the pervasive belief that a photograph depicts a referent, a real "how [...]
Brandt's photographs reflect the controversies of the British and European society in the twentieth century with the help of concentrating on the most provocative aspects and details.
Most of Cotton's photographs were devoted to the exploration of the serenity and beauty in the natural world, as can be seen in the photographs below.
In the middle of the 1850s, there were many photographers, whose projects caused people's admiration, and the works of Edouard Baldus, Imperial Library of the Louvre, and Roger Fenton, Rievaulx Abbey, may be considered as [...]
Matthew Abbott underlines one simple fact that Istanbul is the only place where East has all chances to meet West, this is why it is hard to predict the traditions and interests of Turkish people, [...]
This would have ensured that I had accommodated the rights of media, clients, society, and other stakeholders while still adhering to media ethics.
The photographer's decision to organize the order of photographs influences the viewer's interpretation of the image. The photographer captures an image from a focal position; the decision to capture the image is influenced by the [...]
The article by Peter Plagens is a reliable source of information about current technologies and the reasons why art is under the influence of digitization and what the consequences of such influence can be.
The background of the image is blurry, indicating that when Suau took the photograph, he had one central area of focus and opted to indiscriminately isolate the other items in the shot.
The main idea of the photo is to demonstrate the image of peaceful life in the country and imprint the routine and culture of Afghan people during the 70s of the past century.
The photographers involved in this project attached importance to the use of color. This is one of the recommendations that can be offered.
Another example of a thoroughly politicized photo, which during the course of the thirties was meant to promote the cause of Communism, is Alexander Rodchenko's Pioneer with Trumpet:
This is termed as documentary photography in which a value of a photograph is measured by its worth of objectivity, which depends on the subject matter, the perception of why it is taken, and the [...]
As highlighted by the focus of the light and the enlargement of the image, this makes the ribs of the horse to be the photo's point of focus.
Visual literature requires one to have the ability to analyze, interpret, and understand images with the aim of acquiring meaning through the cultural context in which the image exists.
In his essay, John Berger states that the war in Vietnam was one of the most influential transformations of the world.
Surrealism is considered to be a cultural movement of the early twentieth century and is commonly reflected in the works of art and writings.
The purpose of this report is to identify basic trends in the development of war photography and determine the conceptual, stylistic, and technical changes observed in the course of its formation.
The image is not for the faint of heart; however, it is fascinating in a way it is shot. It is evident that the robber fired a bullet into the camera to hide his identity.
This image is strong compositionally and gives a lot of space for creativity, as it lets the viewer create various interpretations.
The images that she deals with are associated with saucer magnolia blossoms and she aims to capture the exquisiteness of trees hence bringing-forth that magnificence to the attention of her audience.
Taking into consideration the infinite backing from the greatest producers, retouchers, and workshops in the professional photography niche, it is quite reasonable that Hogan and his team managed to furnace the lifelong contacts that provide [...]
The audience's personal experiences affects its interpretation of what the picture depicts, it might be close to the communication the photographer had wished to convey or a totally different perspective.
It is clear that the author believes that African Americans are victims of the development of the US society. However, 'the Lords of the Land' had the necessary mechanisms to suppress the revolts and make [...]
The disagreement regarding the focus of the Film and Photo league served as the basis for the emergence of The Photo League in 1936.
As a result, it is often possible to guarantee that the photo provided in the news is not a product of Photoshop.
In spite of the fact that the photograph is rather straightforward in its message, it is important to focus on this image of a young white woman's hand with words saying that we are all [...]
In this picture, the foreground is where the woman is seated and the background depicts transparent window of the apartment The photograph was likely taken in a broad daylight since outside the apartment to be [...]
The concept of art can be likened to the famous saying that 'beauty is in the eyes of the beholder. It does not necessarily have to have formal qualities, but what I would rather consider [...]
This approach has revealed the impacts of war on the lives of many people across the globe. McCurry had the opportunity to capture the portrait of a monk in Tibet.
The impression is of isolation and yearning for daylight, freedom, and a childhood foregone, in the midst of a machine-dominated world.
In the first place, he tried to inform people about the diversity of life in the city, which was a common trend for the beginning of the twentieth century.
Nevertheless, unlike Lewis Hine, Barbara Kruger chooses to combine different media, and in this way, she departs from the canons of the modernist art. Overall, this comparison indicates that the works of Lewis Hine and [...]
The photos are mounted on glass and owing to the fact that the setting is indoor, a lot of lighting is applied to prevent any darkness.
However, at the entrance of the gallery, I took a picture that shows the entry of the gallery that has photos on it.
According to Berger, images depend on the way of seeing of the person who has taken them. Berger insists that 'publicity images' and 'advertising images' have the same meanings.
To demonstrate this fact, the study explores the works of Sontag in her article titled, On Photography, and shows how digital photography changes her analysis about the "photographic way of seeing" life.
One of the most complicated and at the same time the most essential problems of the modern world, the racial segregation, and the racial hegemony is to be considered because of the growing number of [...]
Being born at the age of great changes and stresses, Lewis since his childhood was interested in the imprinting of some great moments of the history of American society.
According to the belief of Kellogg, the use of images was a great way to win the sympathy of the American society, especially of its upper class and to stimulate the support for social reform [...]
Photography captures the moments that are gone, portrays the reality of the past, and preserves the images that used to be real at the second when the photo was taken.
New and new tendencies and fashion took over the generations of European and American photographers, while for the photographers of Arabic and Middle Eastern countries the art of taking pictures was still new.
Because of the unique combination of urban background and the green elements, as well as the presence of such details as the cast iron, the change in the pictures of the pool not only shows [...]
The vivid play of light and color in the picture brings out the striking separation of the detached mass from the main iceberg.
Telling from the photograph, the three boys were part of the group playing games in the background and were called to attention by the photographer.
This is one of the arguments that can be put forward. This is one of the main points that can be distinguished.
Similarly, the use of color is critical in the composition of all the elements of a photograph. Due to the lack of color, the viewer has limited perception of the person and the environment in [...]
Therefore, the beauty that the photo represents is largely derived from the actual object. While Sontang acknowledges that the close-up is a reflection of truth, it is still subject to the photographer's viewpoint.
Secondly, the print media went on to use digital technologies to manipulate and alter actual images in order to display fashion, lifestyles and other desired outcomes with the aim of using them for advertisement.
The purpose of this paper is to develop a critical evaluation of Sontag's claim of melancholy and Photography, with reference to a photograph taken for a tombstone in a cemetery. In fact, the grave looks [...]
Frank practiced many forms of photography and he did photography both for the commercial and fashion purposes and was considered an influential American photographer who was also a mentor to many young American artists.
In this review, a comparison is made of the photographic approaches of Ann Parker and Manuel Alvarez Bravo, looking for similarities and differences in their art.
The knowledge influences the choice of image and the position of the subject in the photograph. The knowledge of the fundamentals of photographic arts creates a world of possibilities.
These two techniques showcase objects in an in-depth manner, concentrating specifically on the surroundings of the image and creation of an abstract form of art that shaped the history of photography.
His resistance stemmed from the fact that in the early decades of photography, photographs were meant to idealize images and for a picture to be considered beautiful, its subject had to be something beautiful.
According to the protectors of privacy, it is inappropriate to take photographs and circulate them without the consent of the individuals.
He promoted a new genre of art which is up to date cherished in Japan and other parts of the world.
He insisted that science was a core part of art and photography and thus, he endeavored to prove how the two were completely dependent. He was able to capture the economical effects of the depression [...]
Siskind, on the other hand, used photography as a skylight into the subconscious minds of Americans and a technique to react to the dirty happenings experienced in World War II.
The most significant problem on which she focuses in her works is the woman question in the context of the problems of First Nations in Canada.
The role of the media in the Vietnam War also raises issues of what the media ought to censor and report to the public.
The work was critical and outstanding compared to those of the other people in the field. Lange was involved in the living and social conditions of the people in the country.
However, in order to capture the beauty and uniqueness of the original artwork, as well as incorporate a range of innuendoes concerning the artist, the era that the art was created in, etc, very specific [...]
There are several aspects of these photographs that I would like to discuss, namely the interplay of light and shadow and structured space. This is the main lesson that I learned from the works of [...]
The works of Jack Dykinga have longed appealed to because this photographer is always able to emphasize the beauty of nature by paying attention to color patterns and space.
The history of photography cannot be complete without the analysis of the efforts of Daguerre and Herschel, the men behind the processes that revolutionized photography in the mid 19th century.
The pictures taken from scenes of dying soldiers in the American civil war are some of the reasons that evoked strong emotions, which led to the end of the war.
The essay concludes with a showcasing of a number of nineteenth century photographs that illustrate the wide range of uses, particularly in the realm of portraiture, that photographers of the nineteenth century employed the photographic [...]
This paper compares Weegee and Goldin's photography to address the connection between the middle years of the twentieth century, when photography began to expose realities in life, and the modern distrustful era.
He has helped in expressing the plight of the minority groups in the society and also in championing of human rights of the people all over the world.