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Lecture 1 Photo 1
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  • 1. <ul><li>Photography </li></ul>
  • 2. • Digital SLR • Cards for Cameras-Compact Flash or SD • Initial options: Manual exposure, Focus, WB, File Size, ISO.
  • 3. Illusions
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  • 5. How does environment inform how we see? Color Amazon
  • 6. “ Seventy percent of the body’s sense receptors are clustered in the eyes, and it is mainly through seeing the world that we appraise and understand it.” -Diane Ackerman
  • 7. “ As we know, the eye works a lot like the camera; or rather, We invented cameras to work like our eyes.” --Diane Ackerman
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  • 10. T he principle upon which all camera equipment works is traced back to artist and inventor Leonardo da Vinci who showed that all that was needed to project an image was a small pinhole through which light could pass. The smaller the hole the sharper the image. The basic camera, called a &amp;quot;camera obscura&amp;quot; or pinhole camera, existed in the early 17th Century.
  • 11. Camera Obscura Image Abelardo Morell, Manhattan View Looking South in Large Room , 1996
  • 12. Abelardo Morell, Camera Obscura Image of Miami Beach in Empty Room, 2001
  • 13. Abelardo Morell, Camera Obscura Image of the Sea in Attic, 1994
  • 14. Harry Callahan, Eleanor and Barbara , Chicago, 1953
  • 15. Arno Rafael Minkkinen Self-portrait, Kallavesi, Kuopio, Finland, 1987
  • 16. Maggie Taylor
  • 17. Byron Wolfe
  • 18. Summer First day: my Grandfather died and I turned thirty five
  • 19. Summer After the funeral, cleaning out his barn
  • 20. “ If your pictures aren&apos;t good enough, you&apos;re not close enough” -Robert Capa
  • 21. Summer From our favorite tree, the &amp;quot;Weeping Santa Rosa ”
  • 22. Summer My day job
  • 23. Autumn Sunday morning
  • 24. Autumn All 156 disappointing pictures from the last 24 hours
  • 25. Autumn A little like those ancient cave paintings in France (look carefully)
  • 26. Autumn While pruning the plum tree, I pause to watch you through the window
  • 27. Winter Black mitten
  • 28. Winter Commuter traffic and farmhouse near my childhood home: standing in the parking lot of a franchised rib-joint (when I was a kid this was a field with pet buffalo)
  • 29. Winter Pruning the peach tree
  • 30. Winter War at 7:15 PM Pacific (10:15 PM Eastern)
  • 31. Spring All in one day
  • 32. Spring Total lunar eclipse
  • 33. Spring Longest day: fallen plums from another broken bough

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