AOK: ARTin Photography
By: Anjana (Angie) Kokar (Presenter),Christina Pasquarello (Assitant).
Photography is the process, activity and art of creating still or moving pictures that can evoke thought
What is Photography?
Black & White Photography
Styles of Photography
Portraits Landscapes Nature Abstract Photoshop Light Still Life and many more….
Types of Photography
Black and White
Migrant Mother Photographer: Dorothea Lange
•Symbolizes the great depression•Captures the mood of depression, angst, sadness through her facial expression•Her position as well as the tears in the clothing. •An immigrant struggling o feed seven children this image•Changed peoples conception on immigrants •As it made the front cover of newspapers across the nation
•Authors intention was to evoke the emotion of the viewers Seeing immigrants in a new light
V-J Day, Times Square, Photographer: Alfred Eisenstaedt
•This photograph is well known to signify the end of Word War II. •People in cities across America went out into the streets to salute the endOf the war. •The image captured evokes the excitement felt that day. •Capture the reaction and mood of knowing the war is over•The sailor that day kissed every woman he saw in the street•He was slapped by this particular nurse
Afghan Girl Photographer: Steve McCurry
The photographer evoke emotion through capturing the innocence of the girls eyes, the vibrant colors are also what make this picture so eye-catching. (as you canSee the color picture has a bigger affect than the black and white). The photographer whileLiving in Afghanistan rarely got an opportunity to capture Afghanistan woman. This picture is A hidden passage in to the life of Afghani woman that was rarely allowed.
Works Cited : Printed on Paper