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Different photographies

Different photographies



The different types of photography.

The different types of photography.



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    • Understanding the uses of photography
    • Landscape Weise Maxim Sergey SokolovAleksey Klekovkin
    • LandscapeLandscape photography is the art of showing differentspaces and uniqueness of the world, predominantly purenature. Meaning not much sign of manmade affect orhumans in general and that mostly the only editing doneto these pictures is making them grey scale or black andwhite, meaning none of the actual imagery is changed,just lack of colour. Tony Whittle
    • Charlie Waite• Currently established as one of the world’s leading Landscape photographers.• He has traveled the globe collecting a large portfolio gallery of photographs.• Also with 30 books out to his name. All photos on this slide are Charlie Waite’s.
    • PortraitSlim Aarons Brigitte Lacombe Kenn Duncan
    • PortraitPortrait photography is aphotograph that is of asingular person orgroup, showing a certainexpression, mood andpersonality. Focussing on theface in usually, sometimeshaving the background andalso entire body includedalso, as well as accessories. Edward S. Curtis
    • Eve Arnold• One of the most famous portrait photographers.• Especially known for her work on Marilyn Monroe, many taken in 1960 on “The Mistfits” set• Moving to England in the early 1960’s, she has taken some of the most famous photography of Queen Elizabeth II.• Awarded the ‘Lifetime Achievement Award’ in 1980 by the American Society of Magazine. All photos on this slide are Eve Arnold’s
    • Macro Stavros MarkopoulosMartin Amm Indah Susanti
    • MacroExtreme close-up photography, normally very smallsubjects, making said small subjects much larger than lifesize, capturing a lot higher detail than regularly, so peoplecan see the subjects in ways they could never with thenaked eye. Not actually being magnified, the subject has a1:1 ratio with the photo negative, making the subject onthe negative the exact same size as it is in real life. Kristoffer Jonsson
    • AdvancesSmall-sensor digital cameras developments havecaused for more macro photography to bewidely available at a much lower cost.
    • Advertising Michael MolloyJonathan Knowles Tim Wallace
    • AdvertisingPhotographs that usually show models using thesubject. The subject being the product, wouldbe made sure that’s what is in most detail andstands out to look more attractive, for mostchance of the product to sell. Michael Molloy
    • Lindsay Fowke• Lindsay Fowke has been in the commercial/advertising photography industry for the past 18 years.• Always wanting to better himself, he has a ‘client focused approach’, making him stand out from the rest.• Owns a fully equipped studio in his own building and business with a strong team. Based on the outskirts of Bristol, working throughout the UK.• Takes his work very seriously, investing on the very latest camera technology medium format camera of the “Phase One”, but still offers a completely flexible service. All pictures on this page are Lindsay Fowke’s.
    • Fashion Pierre-Louise PiersonInez van Lamsweerde Patrick Demarchelier
    • FashionFashion photography has been around since 1839,since there has always been the existence offashionable dress, but was only just realised it couldbe used to help sell clothing/accessories. Normallyused for advertisement and popular fashionmagazines, to increase sales as much as possible. Rebeca Saray
    • Mario Testino• Work featured across the globe via magazines from Vanity Fair to Vogue.• Has had many exhibits of his own in museums and galleries around the world.• Having his work in the National Portrait Gallery in London, it’s the highest attended exhibit on record.• Published 10 books of his All photos on this side are Mario Testino’s photography
    • PhotojournalismPhilip Jones Griffiths Henri Cartier-Bresson David Burnett
    • PhotojournalismPhoto journalism is the collection of news materialin the form of photos for broadcast or publicationto form a news story from the images. This is doneso the audience can clearly understand the storybecause of the visual element helping themimagine the situation. Manuel Rivera-Ortiz
    • Mathew Brady• Noted and credited as the “father” of photojournalism• Best known for his work on the American Civil War• Born in Warren County. New York in 1822• Opened his own studio in New York in 1844, beginning to exhibit his own work just a year later.• Had many popular photographers under his employment E.g. Alexander Gardner.• Stayed generally in Washington, D.C as in the All photos on this slide are Mathew Brady’s 1850s his eyesight has started to deteriorate.