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Different Areas Of Photography.
Nancy Templer
Photojournalism
Photojournalism is a particular form of
journalism that creates images in order to
tell a news story.
Phot...
‘Saigon Execution’
Photographer: Eddie Adams
Date taken (approx): 1968
Location: Saigon
‘Migrant Mother’
Photographer: Dor...
Fashion
Photography
Fashion photography
was designed to
advertise and sell
clothes.
Because the clothes are
shown on model...
The Beginning
Of
Fashion
Photography
Fashion photography has been existent since the early days of
photography. In 1856 Ad...
Chris Von Wangenheim, Vogue, 1979
John Rawlings, Vogue, 1954Rawlings, Vogue, July 1947
Parkinson, Jerry Hall, 1975
Bailey,...
Documentary
Photography
Documentary
photography usually
refers to a popular form
of photography used to
chronicle and sign...
Portrait photography is a
picture of a person or a
group of people showing
expression and mood of the
subject.
Portrait ph...
Advertising
Photography
Advertising photography refers to
the art of taking pictures that are
used to create awareness of ...
Fine
Art
Photography
The production of images to fulfill the creative
vision of photographer. Synonymous with art
photogra...
Areas of photgraphy
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  1. 1. Different Areas Of Photography. Nancy Templer
  2. 2. Photojournalism Photojournalism is a particular form of journalism that creates images in order to tell a news story. Photojournalism is distinguished from other close branches of photography such as: documentary photography, street photography, celebrity photography and social documentary photography. The beginning of modern photojournalism took place in 1925, in Germany. It has changed over the years because the technology has evolved over time. The photos use to be made up from film, but now we use cameras to capture the picture. Because the technology has updated, we now have pictures that are in www.jpsjodhpur.org/index.php?pg=pj
  3. 3. ‘Saigon Execution’ Photographer: Eddie Adams Date taken (approx): 1968 Location: Saigon ‘Migrant Mother’ Photographer: Dorothea Lange Date taken (approx): March 1936 Location: A camp for seasonal agricultural workers 175 miles north of Los Angeles. ‘Derriere la Gare Saint-Lazare’ Photographer: Henri Cartier-Bresson Date taken (approx): 1930′s Location: Paris Each of these images were linked to a piece of text the public would read. The pictures are to create an image for the reader and give them more understanding about the text. http://michaellarkin30days.wordpress.c om/2013/02/02/02-02-3-examples-of- FamousPhotographs
  4. 4. Fashion Photography Fashion photography was designed to advertise and sell clothes. Because the clothes are shown on models, it influences people to buy the latest fashion as they would want to look as good as the models. The fashion industry has evolved over the years
  5. 5. The Beginning Of Fashion Photography Fashion photography has been existent since the early days of photography. In 1856 Adolphe Braun, published a book containing 288 photographs of Virginia Oldoni, Countess di Castiglione, a Tuscan noblewoman at the court of Napoleon lll. The photos depict official court garb, making her the first fashion model. In the first decade of the 20th century, advances in halftone printing allowed fashion photographs to be featured in magazines. Fashion photography made its first appearance in French magazines such as La mode practique. In 1909, Condé Nast took over Vogue magazine and also contributed to thehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fashion_photography
  6. 6. Chris Von Wangenheim, Vogue, 1979 John Rawlings, Vogue, 1954Rawlings, Vogue, July 1947 Parkinson, Jerry Hall, 1975 Bailey, Catherine Deneuve, 1966 Nick Knight , Cara Delevingne 2012
  7. 7. Documentary Photography Documentary photography usually refers to a popular form of photography used to chronicle and significant and historical events. Documentary photography came around in the 1930’s after the term documentaries
  8. 8. Portrait photography is a picture of a person or a group of people showing expression and mood of the subject. Portrait photography has been around since cameras were invented. The technology has changed throughout the years because it has evolved making the pictures better quality. Portrait Photography
  9. 9. Advertising Photography Advertising photography refers to the art of taking pictures that are used to create awareness of a particular product or service for the public. The photographers are mostly used by advertising agencies and market product. The technology has changed and views have changed. For example we can not advertise cigarettes like they use to be able to because its not condoned. Advertising photography came around in the 19th century.
  10. 10. Fine Art Photography The production of images to fulfill the creative vision of photographer. Synonymous with art photography. Fine art has been around since the 17th century. It has evolved throughout the years because technology, fashion and taste has changed.
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