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Photography Notes Extended

by: Mubeen Hyder

Photography Notes Extended ARTS 1301

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Exploration of the Arts
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These notes were carefully taken at a guest lecture we had at UTD from the head of the department of photography. I really hope this gives you guys another boost in your studies! thank you!!!
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Mubeen Hyder on Thursday November 5, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ARTS 1301 at University of Texas at Dallas taught by Winston Stone in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 28 views. For similar materials see Exploration of the Arts in Art at University of Texas at Dallas.


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Date Created: 11/05/15
Photography Notes Extended Guest Lecture View from the Window at LeGras first photograph in history Need to Know Fact we are currently in a time where photography is going through a revolution known as taking a picture vs making a picture taking a picture taking photos from a camera making a picture designing an image through photoshop today photography is not confined to a print mit39mOdem Dhotoaraphv the 1960s Cindy Sherman Need to Know was a photographer who was always in her own photos Sherman s photos were also always staged 2 Notable Photoqraphers to Know 1 2 Yasumasa Marimura Daughter of Art History Loretta Lux known for portraits of children 5 Aspects of Photography A thing representative of the world the area location ect detail can capture details to tell a story basic details frame what is included and what is left out the known and unknown of a photo time how it captures or relates to time present past or future vantage point variety of unique perspectives different angles and views


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