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Colour Photography: styles and creativity

Early colour photography processes produce a feeling of nostalgia for a by-gone leisurely time. As in monochrome photography this ‘elite impressionist aesthetic’ can be enhanced through for example use of chiaroscuro and light, smearing vaseline on the lens, adding brushstrokes or scratches to the film in development process. In colour photography particularly the aesthetic is […]

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Abstract Photography

Ernst Haas high contrast and use of motion blur through slow shutter speeds leads to abstraction of movement. https://youtu.be/EGWcoGl9wyc Uta Barth

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Jonathan Miller: Nowhere in Particular/On Reflection

Nowhere in Particular google images Jonathan Miller writing about the book in the Independent the capacity to resolve fine detail is confined to a surprisingly small area of the retina, the fovea, around which visual acuity falls off so steeply that it’s impossible to take in the details of a whole scene at a single […]

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Women Photographers

List of women photographers by country Portrait Landscape Some early women photographers did do serious topographical work in the late nineteenth and early 20C: Evelyn Cameron, Laura Gilpin, Frances Benjamin Johnson Elizabeth Ellen Roberts Artistic photography, continuing the ‘genteel’ occupations for lady sketchers and watercolourists, was also conducted by: Anna Atkins Julia Margaret Cameron Lady Hawarden […]

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Jo Spence

Jo Spence (1934–92) had a highly politicised approach to photography, creating photographs that run counter to the idealised imagery offered by advertising. Spence often worked collaboratively and sought alternative distribution models, laminating work for durability and renting out her photography to conferences, libraries, universities and public spaces to broaden its audience. She also documented her own struggles […]

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New Topographics

“New Topographics: Photographs of a Man-Altered Landscape” was  curated by William Jenkins at the International Museum of Photography at the George Eastman House (Rochester, New York) in January 1975. In his introduction to the catalogue, Jenkins defined the common denominator of the show as “a problem of style:” “stylistic anonymity”, an alleged absence of style. […]

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Brassai

Brassaï (1899-1984) was a Hungarian-born French photographer who created countless iconic images of 1920s Parisian life. He moved to Paris in 1924, working as a journalist and joined a circle of Hungarian artists and writers. His seminal book Paris de Nuit (Paris by Night 1933) documented the nightlife of prostitutes, street cleaners, and other scenes in his neighborhood […]

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Hiroshi Sugimoto

Hiroshi Sugimoto is a contemporary Japanese photographer, born in 1948 and dividing his time between Japan and New York. His use of an 8×10 large-format camera and extremely long exposures have given Sugimoto a reputation as a photographer of the highest technical ability. He has spoken of his work as an expression of ‘time exposed’, […]

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Daido Moriyama

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Inspiration: Stephen Shore