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Photography: The Colors of Fall. Lauren Pappert. History. camera obscura – a camera w/o film. 5 th c . B.C. by Chinese philosopher 300 B.C. by Aristotle 16 th c . by artists. 1 st Photograph – 1826 Paper Negative – 1835 Daguerreotype Kodak - 1891. Science  Art & Hobby.

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Photography the colors of fall

Photography:The Colors of Fall

Lauren Pappert


History
History

  • camera obscura– a camera w/o film.

    • 5thc. B.C. by Chinese philosopher

    • 300 B.C. by Aristotle

    • 16thc. by artists.

  • 1st Photograph – 1826

  • Paper Negative – 1835

  • Daguerreotype

  • Kodak - 1891


Science art hobby
Science  Art & Hobby

Chemistry, technology, anatomy, physics

Photo Development

Kodak – photo processing; every day use

Digital cameras


Cultural implications
Cultural Implications

“Every second of our lives we are exposed to a multitude of experiences including: moments, shapes, colors, scenes, movements, sensations and encounters. It sometimes seems that time is too short to enjoy all of these to the full. This is why mankind has always strived for and been fascinated by images.”

-- A History of Photography


Cultural implications1
Cultural Implications

  • Purpose/uses:

    • Now, it is more of a hobby…

    • Capturing memories; art; purpose-driven

    • Tells a story, shows relationships, a way of life, an entire culture, a natural wonder, etc.

    • Used for politics, for ecology, for preservation, for education, etc.


Goal

To learn how to use my digital camera and to take great pictures with it.

Close-Ups, landscapes, lighting and shadow.


Tips for close ups
Tips for Close-Ups

Switch to Macro Mode

Stop the shake…or use a tripod.

Find a solid background or like-colors.

Change the lighting and/or your angle.


The inspirational close up
The Inspirational Close-Up

Peterman, Laura Jean. Cottonwood. National Geographic. 12 April 2010. Web. 7 Dec. 2010.


Tips for capturing light shadow
Tips for Capturing Light & Shadow

Time of day.

Switch to ISO.

Change your angle.

Get a good combination of light and dark objects. Too much light washes out the photo.


The inspirational light
The Inspirational Light

Yamashita, Michael. Autumn Leaves, Japan. National Geographic. 30 Sept. 2010. Web. 7 Dec. 2010.


Tips for landscapes
Tips for Landscapes

Have a subject in the foreground.

Remember the 1/3 rule.

Find patterns in nature.

Find lines that draw the eye in.

Keep it simple!


The inspirational landscape
The Inspirational Landscape

Merriman, Kyle. Bamboo Forest, Japan. National Geographic: Landscapes. National Geographic. 21 Sept. 2010. Web. 7 Dec. 2010.


Works cited
Works Cited

Hewlett-Packard DevelopmentCompany. A History of Photography: From Analog to Digital, From Science to Art and Hobby. Florence, Italy: FratelliAlinari, 2005. Print.

Merriman, Kyle. Bamboo Forest, Japan. National Geographic: Landscapes. National Geographic. 21 Sept. 2010. Web. 7 Dec. 2010.

Peterman, Laura Jean. Cottonwood. National Geographic. 12 April 2010. Web. 7 Dec. 2010.

“Photo Tips and Techniques.” Kodak.com. Oct. 2010. Web. 5 Dec. 2010.

“Photo Tips.” National Geographic. National Geographic Society. 2010. Web. 5 Dec. 2010.

Lecture. Mrs. Gold.

Yamashita, Michael. Autumn Leaves, Japan. National Geographic. 30 Sept. 2010. Web. 7 Dec. 2010.


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