Photography

Paul Graham

 “Photography is Easy, Photography is Difficult” (2009) It’s so easy it’s ridiculous. It’s so easy that I can’t even begin – I just don’t know where to start. After all, it’s just looking at things. We all do that. It’s simply

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Paul Graham

 “Photography is Easy, Photography is Difficult” (2009) It’s so easy it’s ridiculous. It’s so easy that I can’t even begin – I just don’t know where to start. After all, it’s just looking at things. We all do that. It’s simply

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What is photography?

Photographers talk about their craft We are going to watch different photographers talk about their work. Before watching the video we will briefly discuss some questions they will also address. You do not need to answer the questions, you just

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What is photography?

Photographers talk about their craft We are going to watch different photographers talk about their work. Before watching the video we will briefly discuss some questions they will also address. You do not need to answer the questions, you just

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Photo inspiration

MoMA publications: articles and online resources MoMA Learning: Photography Ahorn Magazine The New York Times Lens: Photography, Video and Visual Journalism Fotomuseum Winterthur Still Searching

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Photo inspiration

MoMA publications: articles and online resources MoMA Learning: Photography Ahorn Magazine The New York Times Lens: Photography, Video and Visual Journalism Fotomuseum Winterthur Still Searching

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Printed picture glossary

Glossary taken from Richard Benson’s “The printed picture”, here. acid: a substance, usually in solution with water, that has a pH lower than 7.0. Acids have a corrosive effect on metals and are commonly used as etches in the printing trades.

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Printed picture glossary

Glossary taken from Richard Benson’s “The printed picture”, here. acid: a substance, usually in solution with water, that has a pH lower than 7.0. Acids have a corrosive effect on metals and are commonly used as etches in the printing trades.

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Uses of Photography

“Since its invention in 1839, photography has served as a medium for documenting, understanding, and interpreting the world. It has radically contributed to the evolution of visual representation, in part by allowing for the documentation of a moment in time, and,

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Uses of Photography

“Since its invention in 1839, photography has served as a medium for documenting, understanding, and interpreting the world. It has radically contributed to the evolution of visual representation, in part by allowing for the documentation of a moment in time, and,

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Content vs technique

What is photography? What is photography today? What if I take some pictures for my project using my cellphone because I don’t have the camera but found something that would really go well for my project? Is technique more important

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Content vs technique

What is photography? What is photography today? What if I take some pictures for my project using my cellphone because I don’t have the camera but found something that would really go well for my project? Is technique more important

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Toy stories

Over the course of three years, photographer and journalist Gabriele Galimberti visited dozens of countries to create colorful images of boys and girls in their homes and neighborhoods with their most prized possessions: their toys. From Texas to India, from

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Toy stories

Over the course of three years, photographer and journalist Gabriele Galimberti visited dozens of countries to create colorful images of boys and girls in their homes and neighborhoods with their most prized possessions: their toys. From Texas to India, from

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Family Food Portraits

American photographer Peter Menzel and writer Faith D’Aluisio have traveled the world documenting that most basic of human behaviors—what we eat. Their project, “Hungry Planet,” depicts everything that an average family consumes in a given week—and what it costs. The

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Family Food Portraits

American photographer Peter Menzel and writer Faith D’Aluisio have traveled the world documenting that most basic of human behaviors—what we eat. Their project, “Hungry Planet,” depicts everything that an average family consumes in a given week—and what it costs. The

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Richard Renaldi

Photographer Richard Renaldi approaches random people he meets on New York City’s streets and asks them to pose in photos together as if they actually knew each other. Despite the fact that these people are requested to show a brief,

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Richard Renaldi

Photographer Richard Renaldi approaches random people he meets on New York City’s streets and asks them to pose in photos together as if they actually knew each other. Despite the fact that these people are requested to show a brief,

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