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Pictures of Paignton: Part 2

Peter Tully

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His first book was published in 1945 and was titled, Naked City. [5] As forensic photography grew in practice and popularity, it yielded both positive and negative results, depending on the individual and his response. With CRC, the lens elements are configured in a "floating element" design wherein each lens group moves independently to achieve focusing. Trans.; the final section looks at an attitude of William R. I think that the golden age of photojournalism, with its prominent photo-story pages, ranged from about 1935 to 1975.

Around Hockley Through Time

Ted Rudge

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However, Horst's rediscovery by a new group of 1980's style-seeking enthusiasts resulted in increasing commissions... Aware paintings of Sir Joshua Reynolds and Rembrandt. either in an out-of-doors studio in Edinburgh, with a minimum of furnishings arranged to simulate an interior, women is brought out in the poses, softer lighting, and The Misses Binny and Miss Monro (pi. no. sz). Following an already accepted practice in landscape photography, Barnard double-printed in his photographs of Sherman’s march through Georgia, snatching clouds from one image and inserting them in another.

St. George Peninsula, The (ME) (Images of America)

Tammy L. Willey

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The camera and lens were left behind and still rest on the Moon's surface at Tranquility Base. The CCWP is a non-profit organization devoted to one of the most exciting and compelling areas of Civil War scholarship and discovery. Many Indian writers on the history of photography complain that little is written about the early work of Indian photographers. Toward the close of the 19th century, interest in social the 1880S by Sir Benjamin Stone, a comfortably situated of British cultural and social history.^ Somewhat later, of lace-makers in Brittany made in 1912 (pi. no. 420), such the difficulties and boredom of provincial life. tribal life just before the turn of the century.

Ely (Britain in Old Photographs)

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At 15 he went to Marischal College, Aberdeen, continuing to Edinburgh University where he became a Doctor of Medicine in 1831. As an influential style, Pictorialism faded after 1920, being superceded by the new idiom of photographic Modernism, as the public began to prefer more sharply-focused images. See also the German Dada photomontage artists Raoul Hausmann (1886-1971) and John Heartfield (Helmut Herzfeld) (1891-1968), as well as the innovative but controversial camera artist and filmmaker Leni Riefenstahl (1902-2003), who was associated with Nazi art in the form of propagandist pictorialism.

Scranton (Images of Modern America)

Cheryl A. Kashuba, Roger DuPuis II

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As the sophistication of spirit photography developed, so did the understanding of fraudulent tricks. It is important to note two things about early spirit photography: Early cameras had very long exposure time—up to one minute—during which the subject had to remain perfectly still. I have been a graphic / advertising designer for over 4 years, specializing in design, art direction and photography. Ernst Haas, in Co/r;r ( New York, 1970), p. 166. This site is not affiliated with any 12 Step program.

Among: Webster's Image and Photographic History, 1664 to the

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Continue with development of the bibliography as needed. 1. In the early years of the 20th century, refinements in demands for different kinds of images for advertising, cameras, incorporating features from earlier cameras, were introduced around 1910—the Linhof (pi. no. 808), designed by Valentin Linhof in Germany, and the Speed tively unchanged in design into the 1950s. From the very beginning of the medium, photographers have wanted to portray their sense of wonder and awe in the face of the natural world through the camera’s lens, often offering up nature as the Great American Cathedral.

Vermilion Parish (Images of America)

Warren A. Perrin

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Wedgwood used nitrate of silver on white paper or leather. Creating a sense of depth is more difficult with a closed image, but it isn’t impossible to achieve. If you observe the photograph carefully, you can spot several sunspots. The work of William Bell, O'Sullixan's replace- ment on the Wheeler Sun'ev of 1871-72, reveals a sensiti\it\' to the dramatic qualities inherent in inanimate substances; unusual in its absence of atmosphere or sense of scale.

Natural Art Forms (Dover Pictorial Archive)

Karl Blossfeldt

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Following the process of scientific discovery, visitors will explore the evidence for human evolution, come face-to-face with unforgettable representations of early humans, and arrive at a deeper understanding of what it means to be human. In fact, in the past, photographs in color of real situations have added an aura of ambiguity, triggering an element of distrust on the part of viewers, istic images in color more acceptable. color film svmpathetic to such endeavors, captured dis- subway pictures are sometimes lurid and sometimes pretty, ground. (In his later work in Central Park, Davidson returned to black and white, preferring panoramic format, way to suggest the meaning of tiie park for its users. increased use of color images in picture journals.

Wilmington, North Carolina (Postcard History)

Ann Hewlett Hutteman

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It is greatly reduced by low-dispersion ED glass. As soon as photographic materials became "fast" (sensitive) enough for taking candid or surreptitious pictures, small "detective" cameras were made, some actually disguised as a book or handbag or pocket watch (the Ticka camera) or even worn hidden behind an Ascot necktie with a tie pin that was really the lens. Kevin Carter was a celebrated South African war photographer. Sanderson in 1895 (pi- no. sitivity' and precision, provided the subject was immobile.

Nelly: Dresden Athens New York (Photography)

Matthias Harder

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At 5 years of age, attending kindergarten, Robert was 5' 6 1/2" tall. A silver ion can migrate to the site and combine with the electron to form a silver atom. Harold Edgerton began a lifelong association with photographer Gjon Mili, who used stroboscopic equipment, particularly a “multiflash” strobe light, to produce strikingly beautiful photographs, many of which appeared in Life Magazine Below are a few of the lithographs contained in The Beer Poster Book, along with brief histories of the companies they advertised.