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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

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    There are a number of genres in the photography industry. Ones that are the most popular and mainstream are considered as portrait photography while surrealism photography is another interesting genre. These two genres have specific features and characteristics which allow the photographers working in these genres to deliver and convey the subject meaning they wanted. Portrait photography Portrait photography is a type of photograph combing the use of lighting, composition, backdrops and postures

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    Nt1310 Unit 2 Assignment

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    unit would be about writing in different genres I was totally confused. What did this mean? Would I be doing different writings of mystery, romance or science fiction? That was my only small narrow view of what a genre is. I have now come to learn that a genre is not only simply whether something is fiction or nonfiction but a genre is different types of writing from a recipe to a resume. I have come to learn that there are so many different types of genres all unique in their own respect and all

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    how fashion photography has evolved throughout the decades. Some of the subjects I am going to discuss are; the beginnings of fashion photography, the different styles of fashion photography, and fashion magazines. Fashion photography is a genre of photography in which clothing and other material garments are photographed for the purpose of displaying in a fashion magazine or for the use in an advertisement. This style of photography has been around since the early days of photography itself, however

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    MUSIC - Jazz was popular genre of music during the Roaring 20s, The Jazz Age was popular in the United States and ended with the Great Depression. Jazz is still enjoyed today by different age groups but slightly less. The genre also influence on the modern pop culture today. In today’s society, pop music is much more influential than jazz. Due to the easily accessible technology such as phones, radios, or televisions that only feature mainstream pop music and less of other genres. Also, mostly teenagers

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    onwards, I wanted to mainly focus my project on an earlier genre of photography to present different techniques and styles of photography at this time. For this body of work I researched photographers from the early 1930’s as I was interested in the edgy and contextual background of the work and photographer produced throughout this era. For this project I wanted to look at something different that is taken away from typical photography that I focus on now, and to set my work like the year I have

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    Boudoir photographer in Calgary The world of photography has always availed everyone the opportunity to express themselves in different ways, hence, different genres of photography. Boudoir photography is one of these genres totally dedicated to women, celebrating their beauty without judgment. As a Boudoir photographer, I see this genre as the most expressive and artistically liberating, giving pictures that become memorabilia over time. Boudoir photography became very popular in the 1940s; the pin-up

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    conventions in order to successfully introduce the viewer to the genre; formal and thematic. Formal conventions of film noir include the use of shadows, black and white cinematography, and the effect of striped light entering into a dark room. There are also thematic conventions, which include murder, violence, cold hostility, and a search for knowledge. One of the first film noirs, Double Indemnity, uses all of the artistic choices of the genre to its advantage. For example, Double Indemnity uses actors

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    One of the latest genres of the visual arts, photography has had a close association with gay and lesbian culture since its establishment in the nineteenth century. Queer by definition means strange or odd from a conventional viewpoint; unusually different. But then again as a slang word in the LGBT community it means homosexual or noting or relating to a person who does not conform to a normative sexual orientation or gender identity. The concept of gay photography is enigmatic. While a person

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    Photography in itself, is a means of communication, it can be used in a variety of ways in order to narrate the world around us [Campbell, D (2010)]. As a species, humanity itself has proven to be visual beings, creating pictures across a variety of mediums in order to express ourselves and represent what is happening in the world around us. Images, whether they be paintings, drawings, or photographs, have played and continue to play a very important part in our society, as everyone is able to understand

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