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High School Form Photography Lesson
High School Form Photography Lesson
High School Form Photography Lesson
High School Form Photography Lesson
High School Form Photography Lesson
High School Form Photography Lesson
High School Form Photography Lesson
High School Form Photography Lesson
High School Form Photography Lesson
High School Form Photography Lesson
High School Form Photography Lesson
High School Form Photography Lesson
High School Form Photography Lesson
High School Form Photography Lesson
High School Form Photography Lesson
High School Form Photography Lesson
High School Form Photography Lesson
High School Form Photography Lesson
High School Form Photography Lesson
High School Form Photography Lesson
High School Form Photography Lesson
High School Form Photography Lesson
High School Form Photography Lesson
High School Form Photography Lesson
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High School Form Photography Lesson

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The art element Form & Photography

The art element Form & Photography

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  • 1. Form
  • 2. Brought to you by:
  • 3. Form is... -One of the 7 Art elements. -A three-dimensional geometrical figure
  • 4. Shape vs. Form BOTH  ARE  one  of  the  7  ART  ELEMENTS     •  A  shape  is  created  when  a   line  is  enclosed.       •  2-­‐  dimensional   •  Width  height   •  A  form  encloses  volume       •  3-­‐  dimensional   •  Width,  height,  depth  
  • 5. Edward Weston? “The  most  influen:al  American  Photographer  of  the  Twen:eth  Century”    
  • 6. Early years •  •  •  Born  in  Highland  Park,  Illinois.  In   1902.   Received  his  first  camera  for  his   sixteenth  birthday,  a  Kodak   Bull's-­‐Eye  #2,  and  began  taking   photographs  in  parks  in  Chicago   and  at  his  aunt's  farm.   One  year  later  his  work  was   exhibited  exhibited  at  the   Chicago  Art  InsOtute  à  in  1903.  
  • 7. Photographic career •  1906  moved  to  California,  to   pursue  a  career  as  a  portrait   photographer.   •  1909  married  wife  #1  Flora   •  1911  0pened  his  first   photographic  studio  in   Tropico,  California  &  wrote   arOcles  about  his   unconvenOonal  methods  of   portraiture.  
  • 8. Changes •  1922  Weston  began  to   favor  a  straight  type  of   pictorial  photography,   he  began  regular  visits   to  Mexico  with  his   professional  and   romanOc    lady  #2/ partner  àTina  ModoV.   {their  relaOonship  was   gossiped  about}  
  • 9. The subjects •  1927,  Weston  chose   mainly  nudes,  but  also   shells  and  vegetables,  as   his  subject  ma[er.   •  1937,  the  first   photographer  to  win   Guggenheim  fellowship   award   •  1948  career  as  a   photographer  ended  due   to  Parkinson's  disease.  
  • 10. The “buzz” •  ‘Weston’s  series  of   monumental  close-­‐ups   of  seashells,  peppers,   and  halved  cabbages,   brought  out  the  rich   textures  of  their   sculpture-­‐like  forms.’  
  • 11. Images of Edward Weston’s work
  • 12. In his own words •  Anything  that  excites  me  for   any  reason,  I  will  photograph;   not  searching  for  unusual   subject  ma[er,  but  making   the  commonplace  unusual.     Edward  Weston        
  • 13. Examples of Form photographs
  • 14. Weekend shooting:   7  images  of  a  cube-­‐like  form           7  images  of  a  cone-­‐like  form   7  images  of  a  sphere-­‐like  form         ** All images should be well lit and taken using natural or artificial light**

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