Portraiture part 2.        02/02/2012Amersham & Wycombe College
Portraiture part 2.Lesson aims.Produce a series of creative images through shooting portraits without theuse of flash phot...
Portraiture part 2.Task 1 15 minutes.Show evidence of research on one of the following artistsDavid BirkinAnnie LeibowitzB...
Portraiture part 2.Task 1 15 minutes.Show evidence of research on one of the following artistsDavid BirkinAnnie LeibowitzB...
Portraiture part 2.Task 1 15 minutes.Show evidence of research on one of the following artistsDavid BirkinAnnie LeibowitzB...
Portraiture part 2.Task 1 15 minutes.Show evidence of research on one of the following artistsDavid BirkinAnnie LeibowitzB...
Annie LeibovitzTask 2. 30 minutes.Produce shots that are inspired from your research of one of these artists.You must high...
Annie Leibovitz     Nini Ricci Advertisement by Annie Leibowitz
Annie Leibovitz•Annie Leibovitz has been making witty, powerful images documentingAmerican popular culture since the early...
Annie Leibovitz        Louise Bourgeois
Annie Leibovitz      1983 At Vanity Fair she became known for      her wildly lit, staged, and provocative      portraits ...
Demi Moore, Vanity Fair.Photography andpushing boundaries incelebrity portraits.
Annie Leibovitz       •Leibovitz met Susan Sontag in       1989.       •Sontag told her, “You’re good,       but you could...
Annie Leibovitz                                      Sontag’s influence on Leibovitz was                                  ...
Annie LeibovitzPersonal photo essay1990-2005, publishes personal photographs (A Photographer’s Life).The images include he...
Annie Leibovitz                  1994?                  Johnny Depp and                  Kate Moss.
Annie LeibovitzNicole Kidman, 2003. Photograph © AnnieLeibovitz. Courtesy of Vogue. From Annie Leibovitz:A Photographers L...
Annie Leibovitz                          Lennon and Yoko                          •For the portrait Leibovitz imagined    ...
Annie Leibovitz       In 1970 Leibovitz approached Jann       Wenner, founding editor of Rolling Stone,       which he’d r...
Annie Leibovitz          Portrait of the queen photographed          in 2007.          Leibovitz focus on the opulent     ...
Annie LeibovitzConclusions.   •A very successful commercial photographer   •Early career more adventurous working with roc...
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  1. 1. Portraiture part 2. 02/02/2012Amersham & Wycombe College
  2. 2. Portraiture part 2.Lesson aims.Produce a series of creative images through shooting portraits without theuse of flash photography.Learning objectives•Complete essay and submit 01/02/2012 by 9pm.•Research the photographic style of Annie Leibovitz/Bill Brandt/David Birkin.•Produce a portrait image in the style of one of these photographers withoutthe aid of flash photography.•Produce print outs and record the camera settings required.
  3. 3. Portraiture part 2.Task 1 15 minutes.Show evidence of research on one of the following artistsDavid BirkinAnnie LeibowitzBill Brandt.
  4. 4. Portraiture part 2.Task 1 15 minutes.Show evidence of research on one of the following artistsDavid BirkinAnnie LeibowitzBill Brandt.
  5. 5. Portraiture part 2.Task 1 15 minutes.Show evidence of research on one of the following artistsDavid BirkinAnnie LeibowitzBill Brandt.
  6. 6. Portraiture part 2.Task 1 15 minutes.Show evidence of research on one of the following artistsDavid BirkinAnnie LeibowitzBill Brandt.Part of your research will involve working out how a particular photographwas taken i.e. aperture, shutter speed, ISO
  7. 7. Annie LeibovitzTask 2. 30 minutes.Produce shots that are inspired from your research of one of these artists.You must highlight the equipment and camera settings, lens type, etcrequired to achieve a shot.Task 3. (one hour).Download images produced adapt in photoshop and transfer to the journal.Evaluate the outcome and discuss what you have learnt.
  8. 8. Annie Leibovitz Nini Ricci Advertisement by Annie Leibowitz
  9. 9. Annie Leibovitz•Annie Leibovitz has been making witty, powerful images documentingAmerican popular culture since the early 1970s,•when her work began appearing in Rolling Stone. She became the magazineschief photographer in 1973•ten years later began working for Vanity Fair, and then Vogue, creating alegendary body of work.•In addition to her magazine work, Leibovitz has created influentialadvertising campaigns for American Express, Gap, Givenchy, The Sopranos,and the Milk Board.
  10. 10. Annie Leibovitz Louise Bourgeois
  11. 11. Annie Leibovitz 1983 At Vanity Fair she became known for her wildly lit, staged, and provocative portraits of celebrities. Most famous among them are Whoopi Goldberg submerged in a bath of milk
  12. 12. Demi Moore, Vanity Fair.Photography andpushing boundaries incelebrity portraits.
  13. 13. Annie Leibovitz •Leibovitz met Susan Sontag in 1989. •Sontag told her, “You’re good, but you could be better.” •their relationship lasted until Sontag’s death in late 2004.
  14. 14. Annie Leibovitz Sontag’s influence on Leibovitz was profound. In 1993 Leibowitz traveled to Sarajevo during the war in the Balkans, a trip that she admits she would not have taken without Sontag’s input.Sarajevo, Fallen Bicycle of Teenage Boy JustKilled by a Sniper,
  15. 15. Annie LeibovitzPersonal photo essay1990-2005, publishes personal photographs (A Photographer’s Life).The images include her parents, siblings, children, nieces and nephews,and Sontag.
  16. 16. Annie Leibovitz 1994? Johnny Depp and Kate Moss.
  17. 17. Annie LeibovitzNicole Kidman, 2003. Photograph © AnnieLeibovitz. Courtesy of Vogue. From Annie Leibovitz:A Photographers Life, 1990–2005
  18. 18. Annie Leibovitz Lennon and Yoko •For the portrait Leibovitz imagined that the two would pose together nude. •Lennon disrobed, but Ono refused to take off her pants. Leibovitz “was kinda disappointed,” •Several hours later, Lennon was shot dead in front of his apartment.1980 Rolling Stone Magazine
  19. 19. Annie Leibovitz In 1970 Leibovitz approached Jann Wenner, founding editor of Rolling Stone, which he’d recently launched and was operating out of San Francisco. Impressed with her portfolio, Wenner gave Leibovitz her first assignment: shoot John Lennon. Leibovitz’s black-and-white portrait of the shaggy-looking Beatle graced the cover of the January 21, 1971 issue. Two years later she was named Rolling Stone chief photographer. Photograph opposite Rolling stones guitarist Keith Richards.
  20. 20. Annie Leibovitz Portrait of the queen photographed in 2007. Leibovitz focus on the opulent surroundings and the regal state that defines British royalty. Quality of light a defining aspect of the composition. This is one o Annie’s most formal images.
  21. 21. Annie LeibovitzConclusions. •A very successful commercial photographer •Early career more adventurous working with rock musicians and embracing their lifestyle. •Editorial work popularist, (not much depth) but able to convey the personality of celebrities. •Personal work more considered (Sarajevo), her relationship with Sonntag influenced her photographic approach. •Capable of taking diverse commissions. •Balances commercial and personal work.
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