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Styles of Photography  Seeking Solutions through   artistic communication
PHOTO JOURNALISM: Photographs of real life situations, without influence from theartist.        Ed Carreon                ...
LANDSCAPES AND PORTRAITS: Artists take photographs of people and places thatportray the artist’s vision.              Anse...
FOUND OBJECTS: Artists capture found objects to communicate               something about the environment.            Will...
JUXTAPOSITION: Artists combine uncommon objects to create new relationships.          Jennifer Leonard
TABLEAUS: Artists set the scene and photograph them.                                     William WegmanSandy Skoglund
NARRATIVES/ PERFORMANCE: Artists create a story from the imagery.   Duane Michals                         Cindy Sherman
What is the tone created in each photograph?What is the message being communicated?                                 Barbar...
What do YOU want to communicate?      How will you do this?
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  1. 1. Styles of Photography Seeking Solutions through artistic communication
  2. 2. PHOTO JOURNALISM: Photographs of real life situations, without influence from theartist. Ed Carreon Weegee
  3. 3. LANDSCAPES AND PORTRAITS: Artists take photographs of people and places thatportray the artist’s vision. Ansel Adams Chip Simons
  4. 4. FOUND OBJECTS: Artists capture found objects to communicate something about the environment. William Eggleston
  5. 5. JUXTAPOSITION: Artists combine uncommon objects to create new relationships. Jennifer Leonard
  6. 6. TABLEAUS: Artists set the scene and photograph them. William WegmanSandy Skoglund
  7. 7. NARRATIVES/ PERFORMANCE: Artists create a story from the imagery. Duane Michals Cindy Sherman
  8. 8. What is the tone created in each photograph?What is the message being communicated? Barbara Kruger Candy Chang
  9. 9. What do YOU want to communicate? How will you do this?
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