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    Photography.intro Photography.intro Presentation Transcript

    • Album Research, Documentation & Workshop Items
      • Cover page (design)
      • History of Photography (research)
      • Louis Daguerre (research)
      • Henry Fox Talbot (research)
      • George Eastman (research)
      • Photogram (research)
      • Pin-hole Photography (research)
      • SLR 35mm B&W Photography (research)
      • Photo-composition (research)
      • Negative - ½ roll (workshop)
      • Contact print - ½ copy (workshop)
      • Enlargement (workshop)
    • Introduction of Photography
      • Photography is a great invention
      • Imagine without it, we will not have movies for entertainment; we will miss memories, have problem to verify one’s identity and many more
      • How to define photography?
      • Many novices will simply think of using a camera to record a realistic picture for memory purpose or archiving. But there is more to it than meets the eye. Photography is a complex subject to master but easy to learn for simple photographic task especially with today high-tech photographic devices
    • Photography is divided into many
      • Abstract
      • Action
      • Architecture
      • Fashion
      • Industrial
      • Interior
      • Landscape
      • Nature
      • Nude
      • Photojournalism
      • Photo Design
      • Portraiture
      • Still-life
      • Sport
      • Travel
      specialized categories
    • Some of the popular ones
      • Advertising – Images use for visual advertising media
      • Architecture – Images of exterior and interior of a building for displaying
      • Fashion – Images of clothing and fashion items for
        • advertisement and magazine
      • Photojournalism – Photographic images that tells a story
      • Glamour – Images of model who poses for art or advertising purposes
      • Forensic – Crime Scene and evidence images use for proceedings in court
      • Fine Art – Creative archival images by individual professional usually for Curators
      • Portraiture – A visual portrayal of a person usually created by studio lighting
      • The term “Photography” was derived from two Latin words
      • “ Photo” means light and “graphy” means painting
      • The combination means light painting or simply painting with light
      • “ Light-image” is formed through a tiny hole of a plane
      • The smaller the hole it is the sharper the image is formed
      • Another high reflective plane opposite to that tiny hole serves to reflect the “light-image” for visual perception
      • In order to see the “light-image” clearly which is inverted, the high reflective plane must be placed in a lightproof enclosure
      • This concept led to the invention of camera obscura and in Latin means “dark chamber”
      • A big hole is required to form a bright “light image”
      • Hence, the hole of the camera obscura (darkroom) is fixed with a lens, which helps to form a sharp image
      • Artist will trace and draw the inverted image falls on the other side of the wall
      • Today’s camera is actually a very much reduced-size camera obscura but of course with many designed photographic functions
      How Photography Begins
      • Camera Obscura
    • Have Fun with Photography
    • Pinhole Photography
    • Photogram
    • Photogram
    • Thank You