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  • The Hidden Dimension II By Sarah Choo

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    Art Media at the University College London (Choo, 2014). She is a Multidisciplinary Fine Artist who has won the 3rd edition Julia Margaret Cameron Award during her participation at The Worldwide Photography Gala Awards in 2012 and was awarded with the Kwek Leng Joo Prize of Excellence in Still Photography Award in 2013 (Choo, 2014). In all her artworks, Choo has reflected upon the socio-cultural norms of the modern society, highlighting relatable moments and characters. She was inspired by Octovio

  • The Use Of Panorama Through History And How It Has Developed

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    Panoramic images have been an idea that has dated back to the beginning of human history, through forms like the Boa tapestry and other paintings that captured the ideas of extended view and openness that a normal image can’t do. However more recently this idea has been used creatively to form 360 otherworldly images. In this project I plan on exploring the use of panorama through history and how it has developed to form more interesting ideas. When you look at a panoramic picture you get a sense

  • Photographer Research Papers

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    memories last forever; experienced photographers help keep those memories alive. Photographers may seem like their job is realized and easy but there’s a lot of stress, complications, and a lot of knowledge that goes into this career choice. Photography has come a long way through the years, along with the technology that goes into photographing .As of the 4th and 5th centuries B.C Chinese and Greek philosophers describe

  • Photography Is A Type Of Art

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    Photography has been around for many years. In the time that the first camera was invented to present day, various styles of photography have evolved. Two types of photography that are very common today are street and nature or landscape photography. Although these styles of photography have many similarities, they have some differences as well. The subject, camera equipment, and location are three major differences in these styles. All types of photography will have a main focus, or subject. Street

  • Essay about ansel adams

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    since Fox’s discovery in 1839 to a serious and viable form of art today. Photography allows the artist to capture what he sees. The image produced is reality to the artists eye, it can only be manipulated with light and angles. The photograph is a very powerful medium. The French painter Paul Delaroche exclaimed upon seeing an early photograph “from now on, painting is dead!” (Sayre, 2000). Many critics did not take photography seriously as a legitimate art form until the 20th century. With the

  • Ansel Adams Photographer and Artist Essay example

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    Fox's discovery in 1839 to a serious and viable form of art today. Photography allows the artist to capture what he sees. The image produced is reality to the artists eye, it can only be manipulated with light and angles. The photograph is a very powerful medium. The French painter Paul Delaroche exclaimed upon seeing an early photograph "from now on, painting is dead!" (Sayre, 2000). Many critics did not take photography seriously as a legitimate art form until the 20th century. With

  • Photography : The Benefits Of Photography

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    The Benefits of Photography Everywhere people go they are likely going to notice a piece of photography. Even it were to be projection of a image on a screen, a painting on a building or just a printed image in a shop window. Although there are many genres of photography such as monochrome, satellite, underwater, and panoramic, the main focus on in this project is digital photography. “Digital photography is a form of photography that uses cameras containing arrays of electronic photodetectors

  • The New Photography Exhibition

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    recent work in photography, New Photography, returned for its 30th anniversary. The New Photography exhibition is called Ocean of Images and is showing 19 artists and artist collectives from 14 countries. The exhibition was organized by Chief Curator of Photography Quentine Bajac, Lucy Gallun, assistant curator; and Roxana Marcoco,senior curator; with the assistance of Kristen Gaylord, Beaumont and Nancy Newhall Curatorial Fellow, Department of Photography ("Ocean of Images: New Photography 2015 | MoMA”)

  • Persuasive Speech On Gift Hunting

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    The holidays are just around the corner which means the season of gift hunting has started. Just like photography, the art of giving needs inspiration. If you’re having a hard time deciding which photo gadget would make that special photographer in your life happy, search no more. To help you solve this annual gift giving challenge, we've put together 50 creative gifts for photographers. All the inspiration you'll need to pick the perfect gift. In this showcase you’re going to find all sorts of goodies

  • The Movie ' The Boy 's The Striped Pajamas ' And Of Course The One And Only Alfred Hitchcock

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    that little uniqueness about our film is the Panoramic style. It’s been a while since a Panorama movie have been made. If you have seen all those western cowboys’ movies like Mackenna 's Gold made in 1969 closely, you will find that the entire movie was made in panoramic style. The plan of this movie Mackenna 's Gold was original to be shown in single lens Cinerama, but unfortunately, the Columbia took that idea away. But when did this Panoramic way of movies come out after the 90’s? A music

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