Black & White Photography Masters. Ansel Adams American photographer and environmentalist Interest in nature photography and wilderness preservation

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<p>Slide 1</p> <p>Black &amp; White Photography MastersAnsel Adams</p> <p>American photographer and environmentalist</p> <p>Interest in nature photography and wilderness preservation</p> <p>Most photographed subject: Yosemite National Park</p> <p>His signature black-and-white photographs inspire an appreciation for natural beauty and a strong conservation ethic</p> <p>Ansel Adams(1902 1984)White House Ruin</p> <p>Yosemite Valley, ThunderstormAnsel Adams</p> <p>Autumn Moon, the High Sierra from Glacier PointAnsel Adams</p> <p>Edward WestonPepper (1930)Edward Weston(1886-1958)American photographer</p> <p>Created sharp and realistic pictures that convey the beauty of natural objects through skillful composition and subtleties of tone, light, and texture.</p> <p>Famous for his series of monumental close-ups of seashells, peppers, and halved cabbages, bringing out the rich textures of their sculpture-like forms</p> <p>Edward Weston</p> <p>Shell (1927)</p> <p>Cabbage Leaf (1931)</p> <p>Edward WestonHenri Cartier-Bresson</p> <p>French photographer</p> <p>Explored the creative potential of photography, and his uncanny ability to capture life on the run made his work synonymous with the decisive moment</p> <p>Also a photo-journalist who produced major bodies of photographic reportage on India and Indonesia at the time of independence, China during the revolution, the Soviet Union after Stalins death, the United States during the postwar boom, and Europe as its old cultures confronted modern realities. Henri Cartier-Bresson(19082004)</p> <p>Shanghai (1948)</p> <p>Punjab, India (1947)</p> <p>Mexico (1964)Henri Cartier-Bresson</p> <p>Children in Seville, SpainHenri Cartier-Bresson</p> <p>Jacques LartigueFrench photographer</p> <p>He is a pioneer of snapshot photography and at the same time a chronicler of life in France</p> <p>Fleeting moments were captured some of them distinguished by the blur of movement Jacques Lartigue(1894 1986)</p> <p>Grand Prix des Automobile-Club de France</p> <p>In My Room, Paris, 1905</p> <p>Jacques LartigueIn front of Dauphine Pavillion, Paris, 1912</p> <p>Arno MinkkinenFinnish photographer who works in the United States</p> <p>Best known for black and white abstract pieces which juxtapose bodies and landscapes in surprising ways</p> <p>Arno Minkkinen(Born 1945)</p> <p>Arno Minkkinen</p> <p>Arno Minkkinen</p> <p>Cindy ShermanAmerican artist, photographer, film director</p> <p>Famous for her series of conceptual portraits where she dressed herself up to portray young women in various roles</p> <p>Cindy Sherman(Born 1954)</p> <p>Untitled Film Still #71978Cindy Sherman</p> <p>PINHOLE Photography</p> <p>WHAT IS PINHOLE PHOTOGRAPHY?Pinhole photography is lensless photography.</p> <p>A tiny hole replaces the lens.</p> <p> Light passes through the hole; an image is formed in the camera</p> <p>HOW IT WORKS We see things because light rays reflect off of them and these reflected rays form an image on the retina. </p> <p> A camera is a mechanical eye.pupil = pinholeeyelid = shutterretina = film</p> <p>HOW IT WORKSCHARACTERISTICS OF PINHOLE PHOTOGRAPHY Pinhole images are softer less sharp than pictures made with a lens. The images have nearly infinite depth of field. Images are exposed on film or paper negative or positive; black and white, or color.</p> <p> Pinhole images tolerate little enlargement.To get clear, sharp pictures, the camera must remain very still while the shutter is open. </p> <p> Exposure time varies in length ranging from half a second to several hours. </p> <p>CHARACTERISTICS</p> <p>Davison, George English (b. Dresser, 1854-1930) TITLE ON OBJECT: The Onion Field 1889 photogravure print 15.4 x 20.5 cm. </p> <p>FIRST KNOWN PINHOLE CAMERA PHOTOGRAPHA pinhole camera is a small, light-tight can or box with a black interior and a tiny hole in the center of one end. </p> <p>You can design it to accept roll or sheet film. </p> <p>The two ends of the camera are parallel.</p> <p> The end opposite the pinhole is flat so that the film is held in a flat plane.</p> <p> The pinhole has a cover to prevent light from entering the camera when you aren't taking a picture. </p> <p>PINHOLE CAMERAPinhole cameras may have one pinhole or several. Multiple pinhole cameras produce overlapping images or, with certain designs, panoramic images. </p> <p>PINHOLE CAMERA</p> <p>EXAMPLES MATCHBOX ELARGER CAMERA FILM CANISTER BOX COFFEE-MATE CONTAINER</p> <p>EXAMPLES</p> <p>EXAMPLES</p> <p>EXAMPLES</p> <p>EXAMPLESMaking Your Pinhole Camera</p> <p></p> <p></p> <p></p> <p></p> <p></p> <p></p> <p></p> <p></p> <p></p> <p></p>


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