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  • Photog mentor

    1. 1. EdwardBurtynsky By: Tara Canu
    2. 2. Biography• Canadian Photographer and artist known for his large scale pictures of industrial landscapes.• Born in St. Catherines. By age 11 he was practicing amateur photography with his father.• Later attended Ryerson Polytechnical Institute• His Most famous pieces come from mine trailings, quarries and scrap piles.
    3. 3. Mines #17 Mines # 17 Edward Burtynsky British Columbia 1985
    4. 4. RAILCUTS #1 Railcuts #1 Edward Burtynsky British Columbia 1985
    5. 5. Homesteads #37 Homesteads # 37 Edward Burtynsky British Columbia 1985
    6. 6. Nickel trailings #34 Nickel Trailings #34 Edward Burtynsky Sudbury, Ontario 1996
    7. 7. Nickel trailings #30 Nickel Trailings # 30 Edward Burtynsky Sudbury, Ontario 1996
    8. 8. rock of ages #4 Rock of Ages #4 Edward Burtynsky Vermont 1991
    9. 9. Burning Tire Pile #1 Burning Tire Pile #1 Edward Burtynsky California 1991
    10. 10. Ship Breaking #50 Ship Breaking #50 Edward Burtynsky Bangladesh 2001
    11. 11. Oil Fields #22 Oil Fields #22 Edward Burtynsky Alberta, Canada 2001
    12. 12. Oil Spill #10 Oil Spill #10 Edward Burtynsky Gulf Of Mexico June 24 2010
    13. 13. Nickel Trailings #34 -The Nickel Trailings Photograph displays the run off from the mining of nickel. - Edward Burtynsky’s Work is more or less from an activist’s point of view rather than a photographers. -The Photograph demonstrates the affect that the mining of nickel has on the environment.
    14. 14. Personal Response• Great composition• Its not manipulated in photoshop• Every picture has a meaning/purpose.• He uses unfamiliar places as his subject.
    15. 15. Bibliography• http://www.cbc.ca/arts/film/ manufactured.html• http://www.edwardburtynsky.com/• http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Edward_Burtynsky
    16. 16. The End

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