EDWARD WESTON SEEING PHOTOGRAPHICALLY PDF

At least to the point of competency, at which point you can decide if that look suits you photographicallu the work you like to create. November 26, at 3: Seeint had never thought about how that in those mediums the artist can spend as long seeinb the want on a piece, changing it as they go, but in photography, the process is much faster. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Therefore, not many people can learn how to see photographically and the creative process seelng taking a photograph is definitely not easy. September 18, at 8: From the perspective of someone living in that time, where the only art that previously existed before was the product of painstaking hours upon hours of work building up an image, I can see how early photography was viewed as more of a mechanical process.

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Washington, D. Photo by La Tanya S. It is learning to see photographically — that is, learning to see his subject matter in terms of the capacities of his tools and processes, so that he can instantaneously translate the elements and values in a scene before him into the photograph he wants to make.

But I only came to grasp its meaning this year as I was taking a digital photography class. Weston urged photographers to carefully frame their subjects. He believed this process should happen as the photographer captured the image, not later in the darkroom. While my shots were usually ok as informal snapshots, they were horrible for sharing my research.

This problem was doubly worrisome because I study the history of photography. One day while presenting blurry images in a PowerPoint, I realized that I needed to upgrade my camera and learn how to take photographs of outdoor art and landscapes that actually conveyed the work and experience of being in those spaces.

The course that I took at Delaware Art Museum taught me how to use the dslr that I purchased for my fieldwork. As I learned how to frame my shots, I began to better understand photographic techniques such as depth of field. In addition to now being better able to teach my students, the class has also encouraged me to see public art differently. After taking numerous shots of a memorial, I study each image at home on my computer. So when possible, I return to sites to re-look.

At that time I quickly surveyed the sculpture and took a few wide shots and one close-up. This past summer, after my photography class, I re-visited the memorial and I spent much more time at the site. I paid closer attention to the sculpture as a multidimensional work and I noticed more details of the individual figures. My new training encouraged me to zoom in on those details.

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Washington, D. Photo by La Tanya S. It is learning to see photographically — that is, learning to see his subject matter in terms of the capacities of his tools and processes, so that he can instantaneously translate the elements and values in a scene before him into the photograph he wants to make. But I only came to grasp its meaning this year as I was taking a digital photography class. Weston urged photographers to carefully frame their subjects. He believed this process should happen as the photographer captured the image, not later in the darkroom.

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Dois anos mais tarde publicou o seu primeiro livro de fotografias, The Art of Edward Weston. Em foi apresentada no Museu de Arte Moderna, em Nova Iorque, a maior retrospectiva do seu trabalho, com cerca de fotos. A sua carreira de 50 anos foi publicada pelo filho Brett, num projeto com as melhores fotografias. Ela mostra uma reluzente casca de ovo de caracol de mar frente a um fundo totalmente escuro. Efectivamente, Edward Weston teve um percurso inconstante desde que aos 16 anos, em , se iniciou na arte de fotografar com uma Kodak Bulls Eye. Passou a um Abstraccionismo onde o preto e o branco predominavam. Weston representa o Realismo da escultura na fotografia.

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