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Anna Baranova: Words are not enough
Anna Baranova: Words are not enough
Anna Baranova: Words are not enough
Anna Baranova: Words are not enough
Anna Baranova: Words are not enough
Anna Baranova: Words are not enough
Anna Baranova: Words are not enough
Anna Baranova: Words are not enough
Anna Baranova: Words are not enough
Anna Baranova: Words are not enough
Anna Baranova: Words are not enough
Anna Baranova: Words are not enough
Anna Baranova: Words are not enough
Anna Baranova: Words are not enough
Anna Baranova: Words are not enough
Anna Baranova: Words are not enough
Anna Baranova: Words are not enough
Anna Baranova: Words are not enough
Anna Baranova: Words are not enough
Anna Baranova: Words are not enough
Anna Baranova: Words are not enough
Anna Baranova: Words are not enough
Anna Baranova: Words are not enough
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Anna Baranova: Words are not enough

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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.

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
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    • 1. Anna BaranovaWords Are Not Enough
    • 2. Credit:  Earthrise;  William  Anders,  1968  
    • 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. Credit:  Joseph  Nicéphore  Niépce,  1826  
    • 5. Source:  hAp://www.neatorama.com/2006/08/29/the-­‐wonderful-­‐world-­‐of-­‐early-­‐photography/  
    • 6. Source:  James  Clerk  Maxwell,  1861  
    • 7. Credit:  Ansel  Adams,  1942  
    • 8. Source:  hAp://www.wallpaperslot.com/data/media/469/Dusy%20Basin%20and%20the%20Palisades,%20Kings%20Canyon%20NaSonal%20Park.jpg  
    • 9. Source:  NaSonal  Geographic,  2008  
    • 10. Source:  hAp://newswatch.naSonalgeographic.com/2010/01/31/fuel_project_counters_gorilla_threat/  
    • 11. Credit:  Lewis  Hine,  1910  
    • 12. Credit:  George  Strock,  1943  
    • 13. Credit:  Alfred  Eisenstaedt,  1945  
    • 14. “The camera cannot lie, but it can be an accessory to untruth” Harold Evans
    • 15. Credit:  Ian  Spurling,  1934  
    • 16. Source:  Mansell  CollecSon  /  Time  Life  Pictures  
    • 17. Credit:  I  Mathew  Brady  John  C.  Calhoun,  1860  
    • 18. Credit:  Arthur  Sasse   Credit:  Steve  McCurry,  1984  
    • 19. Credit:  Paul  Nicklen  
    • 20. Credit:  Paul  Nicklen  
    • 21. "When words become unclear, I shall focus with photographs. Whenimages become inadequate, I shall be content with silence." Ansel Adams
    • 22. Thank You!Anna Baranova

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