Types of photography

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Types of photography

  1. 1. By Jay Hadley
  2. 2. This type of photography is fashion photography. Fashion photography displays clothing and other fashion items. Fashion photography is featured in a lot of magazines such as Vogue, Vanity Fair and Elle. Fashion photography is mostly used to sell and advertise clothes. Fashion Photographers usually work in busy studios. Fashion photography is usually in mail-order catalogues to high- fashion magazines and Sunday supplements. Fashion Photographers usually work in teams and all pitch in to help get the best shot. The team includes art directors, editors and other creative support staff. Fashion photography has changed because in the old days there weren't a lot of materials to choose from and lady’s weren't allowed to show to much skin. However fabrics we now use is much more advanced/ improved. The construction, dyes, and usability has come a long way and is now still growing and getting better. As lady’s back in the day weren't allowed to show much skin they didn't’t have much materials and outfits to chooses from. As for now lady’s are allowed to wear whatever they want in all different colors and sizes. Photographers associated with fashion photography are Annie Leibovitz, Nick Knight, Michael Thompson etc.
  3. 3. This type of photography is commercial photography. This type of photography is used to advertise items/ businesses. Advertising photography is used in many things such as billboards, magazines, TV adverts, posters etc. Advertising photography has changed over time by the more technology we have nowadays. Today we have a over whelming amount of technology as in back in the day there wasn’t much. David Lindsey wade, Cyril Jazbec ect.
  4. 4. 1980 2013
  5. 5. Fine art is a picture that is produced for sale or display rather than one that is produced in response to a commercial commission Fine art photography is used in places like art museums and gallery’s. Fine art photography has changed over time by the artists. Artist have changed there view of fine art over the years which led them to change. Fine art photography associates with John Barker, Melvin Clack etc.
  6. 6. 1990 2013
  7. 7. Landscape photography is photos of a small or large mountains, rivers etc. Anything to do with the outdoors or nature can be considered landscape photography Landscape photography is used outside or somewhere there a good view of the surroundings Landscape photography has changed over time by technology. Technology has improved our cameras for better pictures and we now have color which we never had before which is huge improvement Landscape photographers are Galen Rowell, Joe Cornish etc.
  8. 8. 1980 2013
  9. 9. Portrait is where you and a friend or a group of friends/family come together and take a photo. Photographers usually charge money and have the family/friends come over to there studio where the set is up. Portrait photography has changed over time by technology again. Technology has given us better cameras, color, camera stands, effects to make photos look how the buyer wants them. Eve Arnold, Richard Avedon etc..
  10. 10. 1980 2013
  11. 11. Documentary photography is photographing someone life or some historic stuff that is happening and putting it into a documentary by taking photos Documentary can be used anywhere. It depends on what your photo taking Documentary has changed over time because back then there wasn’t really much going on interesting enough to be documented Ericka McDonald, Ed Thomson etc.

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