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Media 175 Principles of Digital Photography Photographer: Berenice Abbott Presented by Michael Sofie. Berenice Abbott 1898-1991. “Photography can never grow up and stand on its own two feet if it imitates primarily some other medium. It has to walk alone. It has to be itself.” Berenice Abbott.

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Media 175 principles of digital photography photographer berenice abbott presented by michael sofie

Media 175Principles of Digital PhotographyPhotographer: Berenice AbbottPresented by Michael Sofie


Berenice abbott 1898 1991
Berenice Abbott1898-1991


Berenice abbott 1898 1991

“Photography can never grow up and stand on its own two feet if it imitates primarily some other medium. It has to walk alone. It has to be itself.” Berenice Abbott

Harlem Street: Eighth Avenue and West 140th Street, March 2, 1938

photograph by Berenice Abbott


Berenice abbott 1898 1991

Althought Abbott was a successful portraiture photographer feet if it imitates primarily some other medium. It has to walk alone. It has to be itself.” in Paris, she found work during the Depression of the 1930s working for the Federal Art Project (FAP), making a photo record of New York City. Her “Changing New York” project , documenting the cityscapes, neighborhoods, and people would bring her the most recognition.

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  • photograph by Berenice Abbott


Berenice abbott 1898 1991

  • Broadway and Exchange Place feet if it imitates primarily some other medium. It has to walk alone. It has to be itself.”

    • photograph by Berenice Abbott


Berenice abbott 1898 1991
Nightview feet if it imitates primarily some other medium. It has to walk alone. It has to be itself.” was photographed in 1932 from the top of the Empire State Building. It has been recognized as her most enduring photograph.

  • photograph by Berenice Abbott


Berenice abbott 1898 1991


Berenice abbott 1898 1991

Abbott’s later projects would take her from Maine to Florida in the 1950s, chronicling life along Highway US 1, photographing small towns and the growing automobile-related architecture.

  • photograph by Berenice Abbott


Berenice abbott 1898 1991


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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bernice_Abbott

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http://www.andrewward.com/berenice_abbott_photo_Nightview_new_york

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McEuen, Melissa A. (2000). Seeing America: women photographers between the wars.

Lexington, KY: University Press of Kentucky.