Photography And Collaboration

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Photography And Collaboration

Author : Daniel Palmer
ISBN : 9781000211429
Genre : Art
File Size : 58.85 MB
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Photography and Collaboration offers a fresh perspective on existing debates in art photography and on the act of photography in general. Unlike conventional accounts that celebrate individual photographers and their personal visions, this book investigates the idea that authorship in photography is often more complex and multiple than we imagine – involving not only various forms of partnership between photographers, but also an astonishing array of relationships with photographed subjects and viewers. Thematic chapters explore the increasing prevalence of collaborative approaches to photography among a broad range of international artists – from conceptual practices in the 1960s to the most recent digital manifestations. Positioning contemporary work in a broader historical and theoretical context, the book reveals that collaboration is an overlooked but essential dimension of the medium’s development and potential.
Category: Art

A Life In Photography

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ISBN : OCLC:609858790
Genre : Photography, Artistic
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Category: Photography, Artistic

I Love Your Boobs

Author : Tyla Fae
ISBN : 098649030X
Genre : Body image in women
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Category: Body image in women


Author : Manuel Vason
ISBN : PSU:000066573647
Genre : Artistic collaboration
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Manuel Vason's images exist somewhere between portraiture, performance documentation, and documentary -or, perhaps, his images are fashion shots, but the bodies are clothed in performance." Tracey Warr, independent curator, editor of The Artis's Body.
Category: Artistic collaboration

Spectrum Women S Photography Festival Exhibition

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ISBN : OCLC:1153504154
Genre : Women photographers
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Listings for the Spectrum Women's Photography Festival, held at various locations, Sept.-Dec. 1998.
Category: Women photographers

Encounters Manuel Vason

Author : Manuel Vason
ISBN : OCLC:271342528
Genre : Human beings in art
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Category: Human beings in art

El Lissitzky

Author : Margarita Tupitsyn
ISBN : 9780300081701
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Lazar Markovich Lissitzky is widely known as a Russian avant-garde artist who made significant contributions to abstract art the 1920s. Until now his experiments with photography, photomontage, and graphic and exhibition designs in the 1920s and throughout the 1930s have not been documented and thoroughly analyzed. This book explores both the political and aesthetic aspects of Lissitzky's late multimedia work from his designs for the Abstract cabinet to his death in 1941. The author and the two contributors give special attention to Lissitzky's intense collaboration first with German and then with Soviet photographers, designers, and filmmakers, and they discuss how his various personal friendships and acquaintances influenced the directions he took in photography and design. The book presents photographic works by Lissitzky's and these other artists as well as some of Lissitzky's early non-objective art that foreshadows his experiments in figurative art. It also includes Lissitzky's correspondence with his Western colleagues and his wife Sophie Kueppers.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Photo Textualities

Author : Marsha Bryant
ISBN : 0874135516
Genre : Literary Criticism
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"This anthology investigates books that juxtapose photographs and written language (photo-texts), considering a variety of examples from America, Britain, Canada, and France. Ranging from Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Marble Faun to Michael Ondaatje's postmodern novel Coming Through Slaughter and Edward Said's postdocumentary After the Last Sky, the contributors' analyses address photo-textuality's implications for representation and its cultural contexts. A truly interdisciplinary collection, Photo-Textualities features contributors who work in literary studies (English, romance languages), as well as contributors who work in media studies (film, graphic arts)." "Photo-Textualities invigorates critical inquiry with its range of literary and photographic genres, including photo-texts that elude genre classification. Besides documentary and biography, nonfiction literary genres include autobiography and travelogue. The range of photographic genres extends to landscapes, portraiture, documentary, tourist snapshots, and media images, as well as to the standard photo-textual forms of published album and photo-essay."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
Category: Literary Criticism


Author : Paul Cadmus
ISBN : UOM:39015029295006
Genre : Photography
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Category: Photography

Artistic Collaboration Today

Author : Victor M. Cassidy
ISBN : 9781476633930
Genre : Art
File Size : 69.10 MB
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Most artists work alone, but some find a creative partner and team up for their entire careers. Artistic collaborators often testify that their work done jointly is better than what each person could create on his or her own. They say this collaboration is like marriage in the way that both partners benefit from a commitment to shared goals, excellent communication and trust. Based on studio visits and in-depth interviews, this book reports on more than forty collaborating sculptors, painters, printmakers, photographers, architechs and performers who have worked in tandem with other artists.
Category: Art

Photo Texts

Author : Andy Stafford
ISBN : 9781846310522
Genre : Literary Criticism
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In today’s image-saturated society, photograph and text live side-by-side, engaged in a complex collaboration. Andy Stafford critically examines this interplay in Photo-texts, taking nine case studies from the 1990s French-speaking world and looking at the interaction between non-fictional written texts (caption, essay, fragment, poem) and photographic images. The “photo-text,” as he defines it, is concerned as much with the oral as it is with visual and written culture. That text-image collaborations give space to the spoken, spectral traces of spoken human discourse suggests that the key element of the photo-text is its radical provisionality—that it is inherently unstable and ever-changing. This pathbreaking study offers a vital resource for scholars in contemporary French and francophone cultures.
Category: Literary Criticism

Food Photography

Author : Nicole S. Young
ISBN : 9780132776332
Genre : Photography
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Are you a “foodie” looking to take eye-catching photos of your culinary concoctions? Do you have a food blog that you’d like to enhance with better visuals? Do you want to create photos that conjure up the flavors of your favorite foods but lack the photographic technique to make it happen? Then this book is for you! In Food Photography: From Snapshots to Great Shots, photographer Nicole Young dishes up the basics on getting the right camera equipment–lights, lenses, reflectors, etc.–and takes you through the key photographic principles of aperture, ISO, and shutter speed. She then discusses lighting and composition and shows how to style food using props, fabrics, and tabletops. Finally, she explains how to improve your photos through sharpening, color enhancement, and other editing techniques. Beautifully illustrated with large, vibrant photos, this book offers the practical advice and expert shooting tips you need to get the food images you want every time you pick up your camera. Follow along with your friendly and knowledgeable guide, photographer and author Nicole S. Young, and you will: • Use your camera’s settings to gain full control over the look and feel of your images • Master the photographic basics of composition, focus, depth of field, and much more • Learn to enhance your food photographs using professional food styling techniques • Get tips on different types of lighting, including strobes, flashes, and natural light • Improve the look of your photos using Adobe Photoshop • Go “behind the scenes” and walk through the process of creating great food photographs with an entire chapter of start-to-finish examples And once you’ve got the shot, show it off! Join the book’s Flickr group to share your photos, recipes, and tips at
Category: Photography

Photography And Landscape

Author : Rod Giblett
ISBN : 9781841506913
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 48.67 MB
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Photography and Landscape is a unique collaboration between a writer about photography and a landscape photographer that provides a new critical account of landscape photography which focuses on the settler societies of the United States and Australia. Beginning with the frontier days of the American West, the subsequent century-long popularity of landscape photography is exemplified by images from Carleton Watkins to Ansel Adams, the New Topographics to Richard Misrach, all of whose works are considered here. Along with discussions of other contemporary photographers, this illustrated volume demonstrates the influence of settler societies on landscape photography, in which photographers captured the fascination with and the appeal of the land and its expense.The latest installment in Intellect’s Critical Photography series, Photography and Landscape is a visually striking introduction to one of the most important modes of photography.
Category: Performing Arts

Maxwell Sutton And The Birth Of Color Photography

Author : J. Cat
ISBN : 9781137338310
Genre : Science
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This focused and incisive study reassesses the historic collaboration between James Clerk Maxwell and Thomas Sutton. It reveals that Maxwell and Sutton were closer to true partners than has commonly been assumed, and shows how their experiments illuminate the role of technology, representation, and participation in Maxwell's natural philosophy.
Category: Science

Photo Eye Of The 20s

Author : Rochester (N.Y.). George Eastman House
ISBN : OCLC:195679931
Genre : Photography
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Category: Photography

Using Visual Evidence

Author : Dr. Richard Howells
ISBN : 9780335239719
Genre : Social Science
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The book shows students, scholars and researchers how to read the visual media to elicit meaning. As primary sources, visual texts can be studied not only for what is directly depicted in the painting or film but also for what it tells us about the people, cultures and societies that made them.
Category: Social Science