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Urban Landscape Photography
History
• The photographing of urban life started in the late
1800’s

• John Thomson was the first to document urban life
...
Eugene Atget
Subfields of Urban Landscape Photography
• Cityscape Photography: When the whole city is captured using
clean and polished...
Andrew Prokos
Spencer McDonald
James Blakeway
Tom Manley
Peter J Sieger
Jim Kruger
Deborah Julian
Alison McCauley
David Solomon
Urban Landscape vs. Documentary Photography
• Urban landscape photography is closely related to
Documentary photography… b...
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  1. 1. Urban Landscape Photography
  2. 2. History • The photographing of urban life started in the late 1800’s • John Thomson was the first to document urban life with his magazine titled Street Life in London
  3. 3. Eugene Atget
  4. 4. Subfields of Urban Landscape Photography • Cityscape Photography: When the whole city is captured using clean and polished lines. • Architectural Photography: Focuses in on a specific building or a group of buildings in and effort to document the city’s architecture. • Street Photography: Documents the life or the people living and interacting within the city. Attempting to showcase the culture of the city.
  5. 5. Andrew Prokos
  6. 6. Spencer McDonald
  7. 7. James Blakeway
  8. 8. Tom Manley
  9. 9. Peter J Sieger
  10. 10. Jim Kruger
  11. 11. Deborah Julian
  12. 12. Alison McCauley
  13. 13. David Solomon
  14. 14. Urban Landscape vs. Documentary Photography • Urban landscape photography is closely related to Documentary photography… but there are some differences. • It doesn't chronicle significant events that are historical in nature. • Its a little disorganized in that images of random cites, building and people are taken with no specific intent or knowledge of the persons life. • Tends to focus on the present.
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