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William Henry Fox Talbot . William was born on February 11 , 1800 Talbot was a British photographer and inventor. Invented the Calotype P rocess. William was also a mathematician, astronomer, and archeologist.
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William Henry Fox Talbot • William was born on February 11 , 1800 • Talbot was a British photographer and inventor. • Invented the Calotype Process. • William was also a mathematician, astronomer, and archeologist. • Developed the three primary elements of photography : developing, fixing, and printing.
This picture is an example of fine print. • Most of Talbots pictures were taken on the • road . • An example of prints on paper.
In 1835 William published his first article documenting a photographic discovery of negative paper. • Fox published his first book “ The pencil of nature” with photographic illustrations in 1844. • Talbot also published many articles on Mathematics, astronomy and physics. • Developed the three primary elements of photography : developing, fixing, and printing.
Fashion and Portrait PhotographerBorn on May 15,1923 in New YorkDied on October 1, 2004 because Cerebral Hemorrhage His goal was to show ones imperfections in an interesting moment. “There is no such thing as inaccuracy in a photograph. All photographs are accurate. None of them is the truth.” – R.A
Ft. Marilyn Monroe (actress, model, singer) May 1957
Ft. Dorian Leigh (American Model for fashion industry) August 1949 Ft. Dovima (Best known American model during 1950’s) August 1955
Ft. Audrey Hepbum (British Actress) January 1967 Ft. Ronald Fischer (English statistician, evolutionary biologist, geneticist, and eugenicist) May 1981
Facts • Born January 19, 1954 • She is an American photographer and film director. • Best known for her conceptual art • Her work mostly challenged the stereotypes that the media supported • She released photographs of women with exaggerated attributes. A representation of social role-playing and sexual stereotypes
Sherman Captured herself in a range of guises (the way someone or something appears to people) and personas.
Most of her photos are untitled. (Untitled #272 (1992)). Also Cindy Sherman did her own makeup, style, wardrobe dresser.
GordonParks He was born on November 30, 1912, in Fort Scott, Kansas and died on March 07, 2006 His full name was Gordon Roger Alexander Buchanan Parks He was a self-taught artist He was the first African American photographer for Life Magazine and Vogue magazine He was a Photographer, Director, Songwriter, Pianist and a Writer He directing the movie Shaft. One of his quote is “I suffered evils, but without allowing them to rob me of the freedom to expand." He suffered from discrimination as a child, his first camera he owned was at age 25. He would take pictures of farmers or capture moments were he would see that show discrimination to African American
James Galanos Fashion • This photograph was taken at Circa in the year 1967 • Gordon would mostly take pictures in color when it came to fashion • He says, "I tend to use color when it dominates, while certain photographers feel that only black-and-white expresses the real truth of their subject matter," he remarks. "The spirit of color dwells within the subject matter, which is unending.“ • It means to me that he tends to take pictures in color when he knows it will express the meaning better as of picture with no color would
Beggar Woman and Child • This picture was taken in Estoril, Portugal in 1950 • He went to for LIFEmagazine to find a photograph and talk about it • He took this picture and describe it as, "beautiful, constantly sunny and steeped in the mannerisms of a tropical resort." • He also said, "Here, strangely wed to the good life, are the poor. Hungered, living close to darkness, they too can be seen at lavish outdoor celebrations where the rich gather. But they are there with their palms lifted upward, begging for daily bread."
Department Store • He took this picture in Birmingham Alabama in 1956 • Parks went there to covering segregation in the Deep South, he's mission was to find a photograph that showed that • He said, "Just a few miles down the road Klansmen were burning and shooting blacks and bombing their churches. . . . I fled Choctaw County over a back road two nights later. After reaching Birmingham at dawn I took the first plane to New York. Not until it roared upward did I breathe easy," • This is a picture that shows discrimination to African Americans; they can only go through certain places
Roger Fenton • Born on : March 28, 1819 – August 8, 1869 • A British Photographer and one of the first war photographers. • Fenton went to University of oxford and graduated in 1840 with a first class bachelor of arts degree. • Studied English, mathematics, Greek and Latin.
Roger photographed • Landscaping • Still lives • Architectural studies • Historical landmarks • Fenton knew and had a good relationship with Queen Victoria and Albert. They both had interest in science and technology. • Roger also studied law in London and trained to be a painter. • Photographer for only 12 years. • Became one of the founders of the photographic society in London and photographed the British royal family.
Fenton was best known for his 1855 documentation on Crimea war. • Spent fewer than four months in Crimea ( March 8 to June 26) • Took 360 photographs • Well known for his best photograph the “ valley of the shadow of death”