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    The History Of Photography

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    Leaving now in the Twenty-First Century a photo means a lot then when it had first came out. The reason that its more manful now is because since we had photography now for a long period of time, we want to keep our photos for a long time to remember those days one had. Not as when it had just came out for the reason it was new and didn 't have much care about it. Within taking a photo it has a connections in history and the ways on how it develop. As well as time has pasted by technology it has also updated from the cameras they use…

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    The movement of photography has been constantly growing and expanding throughout the centuries. With the increase in popularity for this new media came various expansions and technological advancements. Photography led to advancements in the camera as well as advancements in the methodology of taking a photograph. These advancements did not happen suddenly; the technology and advancements in photography we have today is the product of many centuries of work through a collective effort from many…

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    on the timing. Skateboarding photography has been around for quite a while “beginning of modern photojournalism took place in 1925”. Skateboarding started around 1958, It was created by surfers.Surfboard companies like makaha and hobie started making better quality skateboards”As surfing becomes more popular, Skating becomes a way to surf when there are no waves”. One of the things that skateboarders did a lot was drained swimming pools and skate in them as if they were a waves. Street…

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    Break a wall一 From painting to photography and photography to wildness At the beginning of photography’s history, the timing was indeed right for the invention of this technology and media. As Walter Benjamin observes in, “A short history of photography” : “The fog which obscures the beginnings of photography is not quite as thick as that which envelops the beginnings of printing. Perhaps more discernible for photography was the fact that many had perceived that the hour for the…

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    CRE 312 Digital Photography Assignment 1# Critical Analysis of Two Photographers By Philip Langlois wolfjpl@gmail.com Date Due: 03/11/15 The history of photography can be traced back to the camera obscura which is a box with a pinhole through which light travels and reflects off a mirror showing the image. The invention of modern photography can trace its roots back to Niepce who took what would be the first photograph in 1827 using a pewter plate. People would improve upon Daguerre’s idea…

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    This is one of the most controversial photography in the history of photojournalism. This image had taken by Kevin Karter in March 1993, while he was on a trip in Sudan. When the photography was published in the New York Times, on March 26, 1993, a lot of people started to contact with the newspaper to ask about the child. The newspaper published and special editor’s note saying that they didn’t know her ultimate fate. Thanks to this image, Carter won the Pulitzer Prize for Feature Photography,…

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    How Did Art Change Society

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    The piece records the arrival of photography in the painting world. It introduces a new form of “virtual reality” into the painter’s traditional territory (Americanart.si.edu). For centuries you hired a painter to capture your loved ones on canvas, but after the release of the camera, you suddenly had a choice. There is a subtle homage paid towards photography in LeClear’s painting. During that time photographers needed their subjects to keep completely still for long amounts of time to get the…

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    published in “Image and Inscription: An Anthology of Contemporary Canadian Photography”, compiled and edited by Robert Bean in commemoration of Gallery 44’s 25th anniversary in 2006 (Bean 11). The editor Robert Bean describes the book as a "photo album," a "compilation of photographs, captions, narratives and explanations", proposing a mixed, different and subjective set of histories rather than a solely authored, linear one (Bean 10). “Disaster Topographics” thus serves as one of the…

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    Renaissance scientific and intellectual revolution sought to move away from idealized images of the spiritual world. For the longest time, prior, the only people who could afford pictures were the aristocracy, magnates and other wealthy people who could afford to commission an artist to paint their portrait or a landscape of their choosing. In 1839, people sought to capture more accurate, real looking representations of reality, fulfilling the needs of secular society, who were no longer…

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    Once before a moment could only be captured and maintained in memory or history through painting, drawing, and sculptures. People had always looked for a way to get pictures without the long and tedious work of artist. Scientist of many generations from different countries of the world came together and developed the new art of photography. Scientist discovered this by a sunbeam projecting through a tiny hole in a dark room, the light from the sun would leave a drawing of the object on the…

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