Anna BaranovaWords Are Not Enough
Credit:	  Earthrise;	  William	  Anders,	  1968	  
“words are never enough . . .words do not exist to make us see, or  know, or feel what it is like, what         actually h...
Credit:	  Joseph	  Nicéphore	  Niépce,	  1826	  
Source:	  hAp://www.neatorama.com/2006/08/29/the-­‐wonderful-­‐world-­‐of-­‐early-­‐photography/	  
Source:	  James	  Clerk	  Maxwell,	  1861	  
Credit:	  Ansel	  Adams,	  1942	  
Source:	  hAp://www.wallpaperslot.com/data/media/469/Dusy%20Basin%20and%20the%20Palisades,%20Kings%20Canyon%20NaSonal%20Pa...
Source:	  NaSonal	  Geographic,	  2008	  
Source:	  hAp://newswatch.naSonalgeographic.com/2010/01/31/fuel_project_counters_gorilla_threat/	  
Credit:	  Lewis	  Hine,	  1910	  
Credit:	  George	  Strock,	  1943	  
Credit:	  Alfred	  Eisenstaedt,	  1945	  
“The camera cannot lie, but it can be an        accessory to untruth”                                  Harold Evans
Credit:	  Ian	  Spurling,	  1934	  
Source:	  Mansell	  CollecSon	  /	  Time	  Life	  Pictures	  
Credit:	  I	  Mathew	  Brady	  John	  C.	  Calhoun,	  1860	  
Credit:	  Arthur	  Sasse	     Credit:	  Steve	  McCurry,	  1984	  
Credit:	  Paul	  Nicklen	  
Credit:	  Paul	  Nicklen	  
"When words become unclear, I shall   focus with photographs. Whenimages become inadequate, I shall be       content with ...
Thank You!Anna Baranova
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Anna Baranova demonstrates how the power of words has nothing on the power of photographs to make deep impressions on people.

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  • On stamps, paved way to environmental movement, fragile and delicate planet
  • Talk about the power of images to deliver a compelling story, evoke emotions and simply change history
  • First permanent photo, on a metal plate, took 8 hrs of exposure, 1826
  • 5-4th BC, Aristotle, 1st century AD Persian scientist
  • Manipulations: coating lenses with petroleum jelly, scratching the surfaces of negatives with needles;
  • "a blazing poetry of the real," shaped the way Americans thought of their nation’s wilderness and, with that, how to preserve it.
  • National Parks created, kings canyon national park, california
  • Globalization brought images from remote less accessible places that presented local issues but aroused entire world’s response, Gorila massacre in Uganda, arrest of former park director HonoreMashagiro, alternative fuel programme =>break the link between poverty, deforestation and the charcoal trade
  • arrest of former park director, alternative fuel programme =>break the link between poverty, deforestation and the charcoal trade
  • Photography paved way to not just environmental but many political and social reforms. Children forced to work separating coal from slate. photograph assisted in leading America to ban child labor
  • Americans too complacent about the war, Franklin Roosevelt lifted the ban on images depicting U.S. casualties
  • public, shocked by combat’s grim realities, was instilled with yet greater resolve to win the war. Perfect strangers
  • Just like words, not always genuine, well-intended, “The camera cannot lie, but it can be an accessory to untruth” – Harold Evans
  • ; fueled decades of frenzied speculation, several costly underwater searches, and a local tourism industry that rakes in several million dollars each year, admitted fraud only 60 years later
  • Used photos for propaganda,instil its message into the minds of soviet people, also perfected airbrushing and retouching
  • First airbrushed photograph, heroic portret of Lincoln,noted slavery advocate John Calhoun
  • Do not have to be potical to be inspiring or have an effect, offer a deeper look into the subject’s soul
  • Photography is an art form of passion and often fearless devotion full of brave and creative people that stop at nothing to show you how things really are
  • Photography is a passion of often fearless devotion, often takes guts, previous photographerkilled
  • Anna Baranova: Words are not enough

    1. 1. Anna BaranovaWords Are Not Enough
    2. 2. Credit:  Earthrise;  William  Anders,  1968  
    3. 3. “words are never enough . . .words do not exist to make us see, or know, or feel what it is like, what actually happens.” LI F E m a g a z i n e , 1 9 4 3
    4. 4. Credit:  Joseph  Nicéphore  Niépce,  1826  
    5. 5. Source:  hAp://www.neatorama.com/2006/08/29/the-­‐wonderful-­‐world-­‐of-­‐early-­‐photography/  
    6. 6. Source:  James  Clerk  Maxwell,  1861  
    7. 7. Credit:  Ansel  Adams,  1942  
    8. 8. Source:  hAp://www.wallpaperslot.com/data/media/469/Dusy%20Basin%20and%20the%20Palisades,%20Kings%20Canyon%20NaSonal%20Park.jpg  
    9. 9. Source:  NaSonal  Geographic,  2008  
    10. 10. Source:  hAp://newswatch.naSonalgeographic.com/2010/01/31/fuel_project_counters_gorilla_threat/  
    11. 11. Credit:  Lewis  Hine,  1910  
    12. 12. Credit:  George  Strock,  1943  
    13. 13. Credit:  Alfred  Eisenstaedt,  1945  
    14. 14. “The camera cannot lie, but it can be an accessory to untruth” Harold Evans
    15. 15. Credit:  Ian  Spurling,  1934  
    16. 16. Source:  Mansell  CollecSon  /  Time  Life  Pictures  
    17. 17. Credit:  I  Mathew  Brady  John  C.  Calhoun,  1860  
    18. 18. Credit:  Arthur  Sasse   Credit:  Steve  McCurry,  1984  
    19. 19. Credit:  Paul  Nicklen  
    20. 20. Credit:  Paul  Nicklen  
    21. 21. "When words become unclear, I shall focus with photographs. Whenimages become inadequate, I shall be content with silence." Ansel Adams
    22. 22. Thank You!Anna Baranova
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