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Modernism and Postmodernism in Photography

Modernism was a time when photographers came up with a set of rules of what would make a good photograph and they judged other photos on these rules. 520 more words

"All photographs are memento mori"*...

Many, many more glances at yesteryear at “Vintage Stock Photos“– all free.

* Susan Sontag


As we check those photos in our wallets, 170 more words

Georgia O'Keeffe, Tate Modern - OCA Study Visit 10.9.16

A most enjoyable study visit to this show – a rare opportunity to see O’Keeffe’s work in the UK – with students from a number of OCA disciplines, but mainly drawing and painting. 2,250 more words


William Eggleston has shown me 'model power'

In 2016 it is arguably far too easy to buy an item of clothing online. If you are anything like me, each season hundreds of things will catch your eye, online shopping and digital money allowing us all to click ‘buy’ from our smartphones.  485 more words


Alfred Stieglitz Response

The arts have many sections that one could do to be an artist.  For example, there are painters, computer animators, those who simply pick up pencils or pens and draw, etc.  338 more words


Response to Alfred Stieglitz - The Eloquent Eye

One topic that has been the subject of debate among many who have an appreciation for art is whether or not Photography can be considered art. 363 more words

Digital Foundations

Alfred Stieglitz

Alfred Stieglitz

The correlation between photography and the arts is one I have never spent much time on. They are inherently tied together because photography is an art, but until watching the video, I thought art had an impact on photography and not the other way around. 250 more words