Monthly Archives: February 2012

Multi-RAW

Multi-RAW editing Working with Camera RAW Introduction to Photoshop        

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From the lectures

Pdfs of the lectures.   Exposure Elements and Principles  

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Some links based on the Readings

Weegee Their First Murder, Weegee A collection of publications of Their First Murder Life magazine images of Emmett Till NPR story about Emmett Till and the Impact of Images Henri-Horace Roland de la Porte, Still Life, 1765 Marion Peck, Still Life With Dralas, 2003 Rene Magritte, The Treachery of Images, 1928 Roland Barthes     […]

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Some links to photographers and other stuff

Little People Duane Michals Errol Morris’ The case of the inappropriate alarm clock Errol Morris’ Thought Experiment  

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Today

Discussion of Chapter 2 of Practices of Looking. Exposure and Aperture short study due next Thursday. Project 1: tentative due date Thursday 2/23. Next week we will go over Photoshop workflow and preparing images for printing.

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Some Artist to Look At

Thomas Barrow Hilla and Bernd Becher John Pfahl

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Project 1

The Photographic Image: Shifting Meanings One of the common ways of understanding photographs is that they portray some kind of truth about the world. Because a camera is a machine, its images seem more objective than those created by human hands. The “truth” that the camera shows can be more complicated than that, however, in […]

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Short Study 2: Using the Elements and Principles in your photos

Please post some of your most successful images to the Flickr group.

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David Hockney’s Secret Knowledge

Part 1/8 Part 2/8 Part 3/8 Part 4/8 Part 5/8 (blocked) Part 6/8     Part 7/8 Part 8/8 Also here is are links to James Elkins take on Secret Knowledge.   On the 2001 Hockney Conference.   Optics, Skill and the Fear of Death and More General Questions. Showing this video because it contains some […]

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Thurs. Feb. 2

Happy Groundhog’s Day! Today we will go over camera basics. Also we will take a little detour and watch David Hockney’s Secret Knowledge which looks at the use of optical devices in painting. Our next short study  (short study 3) will be experiments with aperture and exposure.  This short study will be due 2/16.  Short […]

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