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Presentation on Jean Christian Bourcat

Although I do like Bourcat’s project, it was quite small resulting in a short presentation, I could have looked at different types of reflective photography and compared it to his, such as people like Lee Friedland who used a prime lens to photograph people through reflections resulting in close-up images / self-portraits in the past. 28 more words

Lee Friedlander

I really like Friedlander’s photography although his reflection images superimpose each other as he does self-portraits including reflections. I also like how he captures different people in different ways, however still using the reflections to capture a different dynamic of street photography. 80 more words

JUXTAPOSITIONS!

The Photos on the top row have been taken by myself and the photos on the bottom row have been taken by Lee Friedlander. Now lots of my juxtapositions have been about the composition to the photographers photos and the way they’ve been taken but not actually how they look with my photos. 60 more words

LEE FRIEDLANDER || SELF PORTRAIT

After doing some research into Lyndon Hayes, i looked at the Artists he was most inspired by coming across this American Photographer called Lee Friedlander. I Liked the project on Photographing himself and i can see this element of him eating food, Documenting memorable moments of his life like his operation fitting into the W.U.C project. 78 more words

Lee Friedlander "JUXTAPOSITION"

Lee Friedlander

Lee Friedlander

Lee Friedlander

Lee Friedlander

Jake Crook

Jake Crook

Jake Crook

Jake Crook

These images are my Juxtapositions or interpretations of Lee Friedlander’s photographs. 37 more words

Photography From The 1960s

Documentary photography was reinvented in the 1960s by Gary Winnogrand, Diane Arbus and Lee Friedlander to name a few. They evoked depth and truth into the social landscape of America. 65 more words

Lee Friedlander

Lee Friedlander, born in 1934, began photographing the American social landscape in 1948. With an ability to organize a vast amount of visual information in dynamic compositions, Friedlander has made humorous and poignant images among the chaos of city life, dense landscape and countless other subjects. 361 more words