Photography

Discuss penn’s goals and compositional style, and analyze two of his photographs.

Screen the video on Irving Penn provided below. Consider how Penn pushed the limits of photographic portraiture, especially in terms of conveying the personality of the sitter. Discuss Penn’s goals and compositional style, and analyze two of his photographs. Be sure to properly identify each work by title and connect how it applies to the …

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When discussing composition, the student should be able to:

9). When discussing the importance of light and its relationship to photography, the student should be able to: 9.1 Recognize the primary function of light. 9.2 Distinguish between the three important characteristics of light. 9.3 Identify the five different types of lighting. 9.4 Explain the way to determine the direction of light. 9.5 Differentiate between …

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When discussing composition, the student should be able to:

9). When discussing the importance of light and its relationship to photography, the student should be able to: 9.1 Recognize the primary function of light. 9.2 Distinguish between the three important characteristics of light. 9.3 Identify the five different types of lighting. 9.4 Explain the way to determine the direction of light. 9.5 Differentiate between …

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How and why is this ethically significant?

Case Study Analysis 6 – “Canada, Climate Change, and Bullshit” (p. 313). After reading the chapter and case study, please respond to the following question. Question: Frankfurt argues that we are possibly becoming ‘unfit’ for truth. Do you agree with his claim? How and why is this ethically significant? Instructions and Notes Answers should be …

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How and why is this ethically significant?

Case Study Analysis 6 – “Canada, Climate Change, and Bullshit” (p. 313). After reading the chapter and case study, please respond to the following question. Question: Frankfurt argues that we are possibly becoming ‘unfit’ for truth. Do you agree with his claim? How and why is this ethically significant? Instructions and Notes Answers should be …

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Discuss key public events, key figures, and key artworks to support your claims about the ways in which we visually examined the world?

Make some distinctions between how history had been recalled and discussed before the development of photography and after its invention and proliferation. What happened with the “shell” of our visual experience during this transitional period and point to what continues to happen to the shell to this date? Recall the slide presentation about how photography …

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Discuss what is meant by this statement, discuss the goal of sugimoto in the works provided in the video, discuss his compositional style, and analyze any two of sugimoto’s photographs.

Screen the video on Hiroshi Sugimoto provided below and consider what he meant by his statement “to me photography functions as a fossilization of time.” Discuss what is meant by this statement, discuss the goal of Sugimoto in the works provided in the video, discuss his compositional style, and analyze any two of Sugimoto’s photographs. …

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