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English project

  1. 1. FATO, JOANA, MARINA & EVA
  2. 2. Biography: Anne Geddes • Australia, 13th september 1956. • Anne Geddes has always been interested in taking photos. • When she was twenty years, she began experimenting with the family camera, developing her signature style of simple structure and immediate visual impact.
  3. 3. • In Melbourne, Anne set up her first studio. She also entered her first photographic competition and placed second. • 1988, Anne decided to specialize in children’s portraiture, working out of her tiny new studio, Especially Kids, in Auckland. • Today, Anne's award-winning images have been published in 83 countries. Her books have sold more than 18 million copies worldwide and have been translated into 24 languages.
  4. 4. FIRST PICTURE: 1. In this photo we can see two hands holding three littles babies. They feel secure with the warm affection of him.
  5. 5. 2. The babies are sleeping. They are identical triplets. The man is wearing a black T-shirt, because the photographer only wanted to show the babies.
  6. 6. SECOND PICTURE: 1. The photo shows a baby sitting inside a vase full of marbles. The vase is on a table. The baby is wearing a flower hat.
  7. 7. 2. The baby seems a flower. Her head looks like petals. Her body seems the stem and the marbles represents the water.
  8. 8. 3. Next to the vase there are some orange petals. The baby is undress and she is dumppy.
  9. 9. Why did we choose Anne Geddes? • We chose this photographer because she takes beautiful photos of babies and pregnant woman.
  10. 10. Why did we choose these photos? • We decided to descrive those photos because we wanted to show the contrast between them.
  11. 11. The end...The end...

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