The Art Of Photography 2nd Edition

Author: Bruce Barnbaum
Publisher: Rocky Nook, Inc.
ISBN: 1681982129
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This is an updated and newly revised edition of the classic book The Art of Photography: An Approach to Personal Expression.

The Art Of Photography

Author: Bruce Barnbaum
Publisher: Rocky Nook, Inc.
ISBN: 1457111934
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This is a newly revised edition of the classic book The Art of Photography (first published in 1994), which has often been described as the most readable, understandable, and comprehensive textbook on photography.

Reframing Photography

Author: Rebekah Modrak
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 0415779197
Size: 22.30 MB
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119 Aaron Siskind, “The Drama of Objects (1945),” in Aaron Siskind: Toward a
Personal Vision, 1935-1955, ed. Deborah Martin Kao and Charles A. Meyer (
Boston: Boston College Museum of Art, 1994), 51—53. Expressionism An art
movement of the early twentiethcentury in which many European artists became
interested in portraying emotions ratherthan realistic observations. 120 Helen
Gee, “Photography of the Fifties,” in Photography of the Fifties: An American
Perspective ...

The Art Of Handpainting Photographs

Author: Cheryl Machat Dorskind
Publisher: Amphoto
ISBN: 9780817433109
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Offers step-by-step instructions for handpainting black-and-white photographs, discussing the selection of appropriate photographs, materials and equipment, applying color, and presenting finished works

Kallitype The Processes And The History

Author: Dick Stevens
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1479742236
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Summary of Chapter Viii The last two chapters set out to present a sense of the
artistic milieu that encompassed the kallitype process during a period when
photographers sought new freedoms for the art of photography. They described
the development of pictorialism, a revolutionary movement in which
photographers championed new values and freedoms for photographic art.
These values emphasized personal expression in prints over accurate objective
recording. The result was a ...