Documentary Photography NCEA 2.2

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<ol><li> 1. What is Documentary Photography? </li><li> 2. <ul><li>The photographer attemptsto produce truthful, objective , and usuallycandid photography of a particular subject, most often pictures of people.</li></ul>Photography that has a connection to real situations and that attempts to represent those situations with minimal distortion. </li><li> 3. What isSocialDocumentary? The act of recording, with a camera, human beings in their natural (ie unposed) condition.With the purpose of bringing attention to a particular aspect of society in hopes of change .Garry Winograd </li><li> 4. <ul><li>Street photography tends to be more of a private and individual practice of photographing in public places . Usually, though not always, the interest is connected to urban life ,since that's where so much happens on the street.</li></ul></li><li> 5. Photojournalismis a particular form of journalism (the collecting, editing, and presenting of news material for publication or broadcast) that creates images in order to tell a story. Peiter TenHoopen </li><li> 6. A representation of a person orscene recorded by a camera onlight-sensitive material (digital censor) Photo The timely reporting of eventsat the local, provincial, nationaland international levels. Journalism </li><li> 7. Thephotographtells a completestory </li><li> 8. Photojournalismis distinguished from other close branches of photography (such asDocumentaryphotography,Streetphotography orcelebrityphotography) by thequalitiesof:SOLDIERS AFGHANISTAN WAR Timeliness The images have meaningin the context of arecently published record of events </li><li> 9. objectivty The situationimpliedby the images is afair and accuraterepresentation of the events they depict in bothcontent and tone . A photojournalist uses picturesinstead of words to tell a story.They can also accompany their imageswith some text to elaborateon the details or events. </li><li> 10. The images combine with other news elements to make factsrelatable to the viewer or reader on aculturallevel. DHARAVI SLUM, MUMBAI Narrative </li><li> 11. The DecisiveMoment Henri Cartier-Bresson <ul><li>Anticipation </li></ul><ul><li>Timing </li></ul><ul><li>Composition </li></ul></li><li> 12. What makes a photojournalistdifferentfrom a photographer? Photographers take pictures ofnouns . E.g.People, Places, Things Photojournalists take pictures ofaction verbs,Scream, Kick, Explode However, photojournalistsdo take some nouns The nouns we seek must still tell a story. </li><li> 13. WORLD PRESS PHOTO OF THE YEAR SHOUTING PROTESTS FROM ROOFTOPS, IRAN </li><li> 14. What is the Farm Security Administration (FSA)? In1935as part of the New Deal in the United States, the Farm Security Administration (FSA) was an effort during the Depression to combat American rural poverty .The FSA adopted a goal of introducingAmerica to Americans throughphotographyand a group of talented photographers. Weve seen this image beforeIn what context? Dorothea Lange </li><li> 15. DiaryDocumentary </li><li> 16. MAGNUMPHOTOGRAPHY </li><li> 17. STREETPHOTOGRAPHERS ONLINE </li><li> 18.</li></ol>