Photography Essay Examples
Is Helmut Newton’s Photography Artistic or Pornographic?
Abstract Photography is a very interesting media to convey messages, feelings and opinions, and leaves a wide range of styles and methods how to do so. The photographer Helmut Newton developed a way to show his own imagination of reality and express his feelings, which is criticised by many people, for as some do not… View Article
Jeff Wall Photography
Jeff Wall’s photography is a mixed media event that indulges more in narrative than in color, although color is an important part of his composition. Wall’s photograph is unique as well as reminiscent: his work builds off of the work of Delecroix and Manet. In this fashion Wall’s work combines a sense of artistic style… View Article
How to Take a Good Photograph?
* Always remember that: the most fundamental element in taking a good photograph is composition. Modern automatic cameras can sort out focusing, lighting and other matters for you, but you have to chose where to point the camera and how to compose the picture. So take a few seconds to choose a good composition taking… View Article
Types of photography
i) Introduction Photography can be defined by the science which relates to the action of light on sensitive bodies in the production of pictures, the fixation of images, and the like. It also can be define by the art or process of producing pictures by this action of light. Photography is definitely worth a thousand… View Article
Through the Camera Lens
Photos for many serve as graphic records of a particular time. It is not unusual that the sight of photographs can give way to a great time of bonding and reminiscing about days gone past. The newspapers and other print media have recognized the power of a photo to make a story come alive and… View Article
The core exhibition will be based on the work of two chosen photographers due to the inability to investigate a larger number , this is because they are too many and wide spread that an attempt to look at all of them would be almost impossible , costly and time consuming. The programme will show… View Article
Fun, Family and Flashbacks
The beauty of photographs is that they can frame one single split-second moment of your life to help you remember good times. The rest of the story on how you got to the picture or what happened after becomes history and remains a flitting memory that may or may not be triggered to resurface once… View Article
The purpose of photography is to present to the viewer a view of the world that is not normally seen. With the advent of fashion photography however, the view of this world is skewered. Fashion models do not present a true reality but a made-up world in which being too thin is regarded as high… View Article
Fashion photography is about portability and malleability. A model can be incorporated into a fantastical environment for which only the word surreal can be used to define. In modern day photography there is a myriad of photographers each striving for a new lens, a new way in which to portray a fantastic image. In the… View Article
Photography Merge Into Art
Photography is traditionally regarded positioned at the lightweight end of photographic practice and on the fringe of a true art-form. “Its close relationship to the economic imperatives of turnover makes the art photograph the transitory image par excellence. ” However photography has emerged as a ubiquitous representational form, “with us from sunrise to sunset, in… View Article
People Behind the View Finder: Two of Today’s Photographers
In the modern day, high-end businesses and other organizations have been using photographs as a means of selling a product or the company image. However, as part of the contemporary notion of freedom of speech and art, photographers used this medium to also portray stories of people across the world. The reality others do… View Article
Picture 1 The photograph depicts a distorted picture of events, as events were restricted to children, as of they were the worst hit by the war. Humans have a way of fighting their battles; they either wait until events reach the peak and revolt in violence or until the causative agent ceases to exist. The… View Article
The Effect of the Art of Photography to Gender Issues
Ever since its conception, art has played a huge role in the shaping and reshaping of history, the society and the community. They have been a part of the world of ideologies and idealism, seen as components of propagandas, rallies, and even in intellectual wars. It can never be said that art did not influence… View Article
Why Photographers Should Go Digital?
Historical Background The principles involved in photography are trace back in history to the age of Aristotle, whence a film less version was used as a sketching device for artists. This device had a light box a lens and translucent screen at opposite side. An inverted image was traced on the screen through the lens…. View Article
Photography Richard Avedon
“All photographs are accurate. None of them is the truth.”—these are just of the famous words of one of the greatest photographers of out time, Richard Avedon. In March 15, 1923, a Russian-Jewish immigrant couple gave birth to a baby boy. His name is Richard Avedon. No one thought that he would become one… View Article
There’s something they say about words and pictures, so we won’t belabor this too much. Below you’ll find some of the most eye-catching photographs we ran on the site in the last year. Set aside some time to scroll through each one: They’re an amazing window onto everything that’s happening in the world–from Detroit’s collapse and the economic rise of China and the Middle East, to environmental disasters at home and abroad.
And then, less seriously, some great photos of those ridiculous fake tree cell phone towers, hilarious examples of what happens when strangers draw your Facebook photos, and a series of the true residents of Portland, who are crazier than anything you’ve seen on Portlandia. You’ll enjoy them all. And if that’s not enough, you can see our favorites from last year here.
1: Beautifully Mashed-Up Photos Show The Glory And Wreckage Of Detroit
The “Detroit Now and Then” project artfully combines vintage photos of the city with images of what’s there now, providing a poignant reminder of what the city was, what it is now and–maybe–what it could be again.
2: “Portraitlandia”: Photos Of Portland’s Most Portland-y Residents
If Portlandia were a photo series, it would probably look something like Kirk Crippens’s “Portraitlandia,” which features iconic Rose City residents in their natural habitats.
3: Look At These Chinese Workers Carrying Mind-Blowing Amounts Of Stuff
11: These Horrifying Photos Show A Destroyed American Landscape That Agriculture Giants Don’t Want You To See
These aerial images of industrial beef farming operations look less like shots of land and more like a post-apocalyptic nightmare.
12: These Photos Of Tiny, Futuristic Japanese Apartments Show How Micro Micro-Apartments Can Be
Micro-apartments are in vogue today. But in Japan, people have been living in the Nakagin Capsule Tower’s 100-square-foot housing for decades.
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