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  Photography - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Photography became available for the mass-market in 1901 with the introduction of a children's camera, the Kodak Brownie and a women's camera that came with a free lipstick.
Color photography may form images as a positive transparency, intended for use in a slide projector or as color negatives, intended for use in creating positive color enlargements on specially coated paper.
An often neglected form of art in photography is that of portrait photography.
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 The Development of a Manual for Still Photography in the Classroom by Dr. Carl Edwin Lindgren
The world of photography is changing, and photographers are meeting challenges by redefining and broadening their idea of art photography.
Art is that response to life through which we actively explore and experiment with line, space, form, value, color, and texture in order to express our interests, ideals, and reactions to our environment in a personal way.
Utech's (1968) investigation of photography's effectiveness for developing art appreciation arrives at several conclusions: (1) In both a creative and practical approach to art appreciation, photography is as effective as the disciplines of sculpture, drawing, painting, and graphics.
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 "PHOTOGRAPHY" related terms, short phrases and links (Archive 2002)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
Photography is an art as well as a hobby and you don't have to be a professional to learn how to take great pictures.
Photography is the art or process of producing images of objects on photosensitive surfaces or through digital mediums.
Photography is a higher form of artistic expression that places photography on the level of painting, poetry, music and sculpture.
keywen.com /Arts/Photography   (3065 words)

 Photography Details, Meaning Photography Article and Explanation Guide
The first photograph is considered to be an image produced in 1825 by Nicéphore Niepce on a polished pewter plate covered with a petroleum derivative called bitumen of Judea.
Camera obscura were used by artists in the 16th century, as an aid to sketches for paintings, and the photo-sensitivity of a silver nitrate solution was observed by Johann Schultze in 1724.
Photography became available for the mass-market in 1901 with the introduction of the Kodak Brownie camera, and, more importantly, with the industrialisation of film processing and printing.
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 TARs Models: History of XXth Century Photography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
One point Rood makes is that art forms such as music, dance, painting, and poetry, must be thought of not as fine arts that possess all qualities, but as fine arts that have at least one quality in common with another.
This premise, along with his conclusion that photography is a fine art, emphasizes in a most influential manner his belief that photography is a form of art.
He contends that artistic pictures require an understanding of the subtleties of nature and the elements, arguing that the art of photography is achieved through the subtle manipulation of the technology behind it, combined with an understanding of formal artistic principles and an artist’s sensitivity.
www.journalism.indiana.edu /syllabi/ccookman/j462/pages/tars.html   (4108 words)

 PmWiki | VictoriaShields / DraftFour
It is not art in the professionalized sense about which I care, but that which is created sacredly, as a result of a deep inner experience, with all of oneself, and that becomes 'art' in time.
In addition, an informative website will be created to inform about the history of photography, Stieglitz and his efforts, and the art form of traditional photography as well as what it holds for others.
Perhaps if photography was allowed in all museums and shows then more people would be willing to accept this form of art (this may show that in the eyes of an art museum/show photography is a fine art).
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 Art Journal: Negotiating new stories of photography - his - Contemporary Russian Art Photography
Photography is still viewed as a minor art, both blessed and cursed by the fact that photography as an art form was not supported by the Soviet state.
Many are familiar with Western photography and are influenced by it in varying degrees depending partly on their level of education and access to foreign materials.
Photography as an art form has recently gained some small degree of official and semiofficial support in Russia.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m0425/is_n2_v53/ai_16109272   (1170 words)

 N.Y. Times critic discusses photography as art   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
The first time photography was subject to a legal definition of whether it could be considered art was in France in 1862, when one photographer sued another for using his photos, Goldberg related.
By the 1980s, the art market was so flush with money that people began to look for new expressive media; this caused a reevaluation of the work of many photographers, Goldberg said, including works of the 19th century.
Goldberg said photography is still a young art, and she questions what direction it will go in the future with new computer technology.
www.news.cornell.edu /Chronicle/97/10.9.97/photography.html   (564 words)

 Aerial Photography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
Along with Alfred Stieglitz, he led something of an aesthetic revolution that enabled photography to be considered as a medium capable of interpretation and expression, and not just as a documentary record of visual facts.
Considering the strength of his viewpoints on photography as art, it is interesting to find out that this didn't extend to aerial photography.
Because you're a layman, if you have an intense interest in the vision aspect of this, you accumulate knowledge that suddenly begins to fit together in a bigger pattern that the land based person does not see, does not have the opportunity to see.
www.jasonhawkes.com /aerial.html   (491 words)

 FocalFix.com Online Photography Community: Is Photography Art? : Section Four   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
Originally, photographs were not intended as ‘Art’, they were documents, records, momentos, press images, family pictures etc. Still today, a large number of photographs are used for these purposes, but an image that invokes emotion the same way that an artwork does can surely be regarded as art.
Stieglitz was so determined that photography be regarded as an art form, that he founded his own society in 1905 with that purpose.
This proves that photography was not just a revolution in it's own right, but it also revolutionised the art world, literary world and the way that people viewed themselves and their surroundings.
www.focalfix.com /artform/section4.shtml   (797 words)

 Peter Edel - A New Form of Photography
The strange relation between visual art and photography has always fascinated me. Photography as a visual art is still problematic and although I have always wrongly presumed that artistic freedom has accepted photography as an art-form, I recently became aware that many borders still remain to be crossed.
Basically all forms of documentary photography will lose their objectivity, because a photograph of an event can be faked so easily through digital manipulation.
Instead, I've tried to create an analogy between the quest for meaning in life that is happening in so many of us and the quest for meaning that is going on in the observer when confronted with my work.
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 Ars Technica: Photography as an Art form - Page 1 - (7/2001)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
With Digital photography becoming more prevalent, and more and more questions about digital photography being asked as of late, this article is to address those arsians who want something more from their photography.
It is used in all forms of graphic art, from motion pictures to painting, and is often used in portraiture work.
It helps to convey a sense of motion, it puts the subject in a context, in an environment that is easier to relate to.
arstechnica.com /wankerdesk/01q3/photo/photoart-1.html   (716 words)

 Photography (from Art) --  Encyclopædia Britannica   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
In the late 19th century the growing number of amateur photographers used the camera to capture daily occurrences and important moments in their lives, but the members of the societies and clubs concerned with photography as an art became more and more divorced from matters of ordinary life.
He was a pioneer in the movement to preserve the wilderness and one of the first to promote photography as an art form.
But photography itself is also a popular hobby, one that can require a great deal of expensive equipment.
www.britannica.com /eb/article?tocId=230505   (782 words)

 PHO115   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
This course is an introductory survey of the history of photography from its beginnings in the 1820s to the present.
History of Photography is also useful to history majors, or anyone interested in history, sociology or political science, because photography has not only been used to document history, but it also has been helpful in shaping history and world opinion.
The course will also examine the rising importance of photography in the art market and show other ways, as well, that prove photography has come of age as an art form and is an increasingly important force in shaping our world culture.
staff.bcc.edu /jyantz/PHO115.html   (1846 words)

 Photography - free-definition   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
Photography is the technique of recording, by chemical, mechanical or digital means, a permanent image on a layer of material sensitive to light exposure.
The latter is now the most common form of film (non-digital) color photograpy, owing to the introduction of automated photoprinting equipment.
Len Bernstein has described the Aesthetic Realism understanding of photography as an art form (http://www.lenbernstein.com/)in essays which have been publisheed for example in Apogee Photo Magazine (http://www.apogeephoto.com/apr2001/bernstein4_2001.shtml) and in Photographica World: The Journal of the Photographic Collectors Club of Great Britain (http://lenbernstein.com/Pages/RiisArticle.html).
www.free-definition.com /Photography.html   (2049 words)

 Art Journal: Negotiating new (his)stories of photography. (Contemporary Russian Art Photography)@ HighBeam Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
Photography as an art form in Russia has been transformed by the dissolution of the former USSR.
The state has given some support to contemporary Russian art photography, in stark contrast to the neglect of the art during the Soviet era.
State support for the art, which can be seen in the various photography exhibitions launched with government support, can be attributed to its usefulness as a medium of expression and a promoter of aesthetic values.
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 Photography As An Art Form - Legal Forms   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
Wedding photography is an art form that should tell a unique story of the day's events, your family, and your friends.
Photography as an Art form: A basic discussion of photographic aesthetics and composition by DeedlitCryogenic The internet is rife with examples of photography being used in ways that don't even...
Female photography as an art form is one of the higher level, fine art platforms that one can undertake.
www.legalformgallery.com /photography-as-an-art-form.htm   (444 words)

 PmWiki | VictoriaShields / DraftFive
In the former scene from "Photography as Art; Proclaim it!" an art show director claims (talking about an art show) “...the art forms you see here in this show require planning...a knowledge of the medium...talent.
However, even now with modern advances, photography seems to be further and further seen only as a technological hobby or a recording device and nothing more.
However, should you get in an accident and you had you digital camera on you, the pictures you take of the accident probably won’t be accepted.
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 Len Bernstein: Photographic Education Based on the Aesthetic Realism of Eli Siegel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
Conceit is a form of contempt, described by Eli Siegel as the "disposition in every person to think he will be for himself by making less of the outside world," and there is nothing more hurtful to the creative state of mind and human relations.
As a photographer and teacher of the art I love, I know that the study of Aesthetic Realism enables a person to be not only a deeper photographer, but a kinder, more integrated person as well.
An Exhibition with Comment featuring the work of three photographers who have seen the enormous value of Aesthetic Realism for art and for life.
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 Your complete arts reference - photography art   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
...fine art photography as the art form of the new century.
Searchable photography art gallery specializes in 19th and 20th century masterworks by master photographers.
Fine art photography and image galleries directory with links to the best fine art landscape fl and white portrait nature wildlife and art nude...
www.amazingarts.info /photography-art   (894 words)

 Photography, Photographers
Boston University Photographic Resource Center.The Photographic Resource Center is an independent non-profit organization that exists to facilitate the study and dissemination of information relating to photography.
An archive, museum, and research center dedicated to photography as an art form and cultural record.
Photography: philosophy of, essays, criticism.">Criticism, essays, philosophy of photography.
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 C Street.us   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
Len Bernstein has described the Aesthetic Realism understanding of photography as an art formin essays which have been publisheed for example in
The question, "Is photography an art form?" gets us into deepest aesthetics and is a most important question.
The endless variety of colors, shapes, and textures is limited only by my ability to capture in an image what I see all around.
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 Ars Technica: Photography as an Art form - Page 3 - (7/2001)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
She also handed my sister a good sized and mirror so she could use the two of them to see the back of her head.
I had my sister stand before the mirror, and angle the hand mirror so that she wasn't seeing the back of her hair, the camera was.
If you keep these basic rules in mind while taking pictures, film or digital, your photos are much more likely to be seen as art than as...
arstechnica.com /wankerdesk/01q3/photo/photoart-3.html   (995 words)

 Linkopedia.: Art/Photography
The Center for Creative Photography is a museum and research center devoted to photography as an art form.
Their photograph collection is one of the finest and largest in the world, with more than 60,000 photographs.
Galleries of digital photography covering a range of subjects.
linkopedia.com /Art/Photography   (306 words)

 Photographs Everywhere but is it really art?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
I am sure that some share her thoughts, whilst others would be quite happy either way, but a growing number of people do recognise photography as an Art form.
And although some may view photography as easy, believing that there own point and shoot cameras can produce similar results to a master photographer are confusing the issue.
Sue Kennedy is an UK based photographer specialising in outdoor photography and works on commission for companies and individuals as well as shooting for picture libraries.
www.netwrite-publish.com /photography/photo-everywhere.htm   (876 words)

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