Recent Event Highlights: History of photography in Golestan Palace of Tehran, Mapping the History of Space & Time, Camera: A History of Photography from Daguerreotype to Digital by Todd Gustavson, "American Photography: A Century of Images" (1999) 2/3, Aura Photograpghy, history of Photograpghy, and 68 more...
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A part of the building of the Golestan palace was named by Naser-al-din Shah as the "House of albums" for keeping his photographic equipment used by the Qajar Shah as hobby . Now , Cameras and photos of that time are exhibited and and open to the public , in Golestan palace complex in Tehran.
From the latest EsoCast, with Dr. J. as host. The longer a telescope spends looking at a target, the more sensitive the observations become, and the deeper we can look into space. But to get the full picture of what's happening in the Universe, astronomers also need observations at a range of different wavelengths, requiring different telescopes. These are the key ideas behind the Great Observatories Origins Deep Survey, or GOODS for short. The GOODS project unites the world's most advanced observatories, these include ESO's Very Large Telescope, the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, the Spitzer Space Telescope, the Chandra X-ray Observatory and many more, each making extremely deep observations of the distant Universe, across the electromagnetic spectrum. By combining their powers and observing the same piece of the sky, the GOODS observatories are giving us a unique view of the formation and evolution of galaxies across cosmic time, and mapping the history of the expansion of the Universe. Now, this is not the first time that telescopes have been used to give us extremely deep views of the cosmos. For example, the Hubble Deep Field is a very deep image of a small piece of sky in the northern constellation of Ursa Major. This revealed thousands of distant galaxies despite the fact that the whole field is actually only a tiny speck of the sky, about the size of a grain of sand held at arm's length. Now, with GOODS, many different observatories have brought their powers to ...
Eastman House Technology Curator Todd Gustavson takes us behind the scenes of the creation of his book.
American Photography: A Century of Images is about how photography has changed our culture. Moderately political in nature, the narrators talk about the impact different kinds and methods of photography. The major breakthroughs and ground breaking decisions made to use photos instead of words and with words to tell the story of humanity. Lots of good information on the beginnings of photography, some a surprise and some not so surprising. An instant in time through a small view finder has the power to change the world. An instant in time that will never be seen again.
Mr Khan is back and this time he's at the new home of Pakistani cricket, to teach us about the history of the sport and explain the Islamic subtext that underlies every aspect of the great game.
Photograpghy genres and movements
Inside Higher EdRising Above the FloodInside Higher EdTwo art and art history buildings suffered irreparable damage and the art school lost virtually all its equipment. But artists are creative people, ...
CNETPanasonic officially announces DMC-LX5 premium compactDigital Photography Review (dpreview.com)Leading the expressive possibility of compact cameras to even higher dimension, the DMC-LX5 starts its history that will surely be passed into legend. ...Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX5 high-end compact camera officially announcedZDNet (blog)all 85 news articles »
Library to present program on the History of the Jersey ShoreNorthJersey.comThe presentation is one hour and will be accompanied by a slide show including original photography of NJ lighthouses, boardwalks, and landmarks, ...
Pittsburgh Post GazetteComic-Con: Book-cover designer, Penn State grad is one of the big drawsPittsburgh Post GazetteThe result was "The Art of Charles M. Schulz," patterned after a trilogy he had designed for DC Comics characters: "Superman: The Complete History," and the ...and more »
Charlotte ObserverGhost walk, gold panning and more!Charlotte Observer4, participants will learn more about the history of Davidson, parts of the Davidson College campus (shown is the Baker Sports Complex) and the Davidson ...
5000 books to be sold to help libraryWillows JournalThere are magazines on horses, cooking, photography, history, home decor and more available along with National Geographic, Sunset, Redbook and so on.and more »
NY man's Facebook ownership claim lands in courtSalonIn the earlier sections of the book, you go into the evolution of online social networking -- the history of websites like Friendster and MySpace. ...and more »
100th Meridian Museum tells Cozad's history with photos, relicsLexington Clipper HeraldCurrently, photography by Aimee Zook Erickson of Lincoln is on display. Cozad was the boyhood home of world-famous artist Robert Henri, and the town has ...
The Gulf Oil Spill and How the Digital Media Is Covering ItDNAinfoAP coverage: The Associated Press has done a superb job covering the story, using traditional reporting and video and photography. ...and more »
The GuardianJohn Szarkowski: the man who changed the way we see photographyThe GuardianLike an organism, photography was born whole. It is in our progressive discovery of it that its history lies." As a writer, Szarkowski was innovative; ...
Scott Kelby's Worldwide Photo Walk is the world's largest global social photography event in the history of photography itself. It takes place on the same day around the world where photographers of all walks of life and skill levels gather together, usually in downtown areas to socialize, learn new tips from each other, and explore their corner of the world through photography. There is no fee to participate but pre-registration is required. Just go to the Worldwide Photo Walk site, find a walk near you, and join in on the fun. If there is no Photo Walk in your area feel free to register to lead a walk of your own. www.worldwidephotowalk.com
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www.youtube.com Click here to watch Splinter Cell Conviction: All Your History Ep. 1 Alan Wake: All Your History Ep. 1 (Remedy Game Development History) S02E16 Before Alan Wake releases this May, get to know the studio that brought him to light. In this first episode, see how an ambitious group in Finland found accidental success with a gamemaking tool before making game history themselves with Max Payne. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Follow Machinima on Twitter! Machinima twitter.com Inside Gaming twitter.com Machinima Respawn twitter.com Machinima Entertainment, Technology, Culture twitter.com FOR MORE MACHINIMA, GO TO: www.youtube.com FOR MORE GAMEPLAY, GO TO: www.youtube.com FOR MORE SPORTS GAMEPLAY, GO TO: www.youtube.com TAGS: All Your History Are Belong To Us AYH yt:quality=high Alan Wake Remedy Microsoft Game Studios UPC 400009415513 Sam Lake allen allan alen alin Mark Wahlberg Mila Kunis video game bullet time Max Payne
I filmed this film on the 7D for my graduate documentary class. As I began to study cinematography a few years back, I became fascinated with the history of photography, especially, but not limited to, high fashion photography. Photographer's Style was filmed/edited in the style of the ASC produced "Cinematographer Style". Photography is such an interesting art, and I wanted to merely learn more about it, opposed to telling a story in the traditional sense. I also didn't want to get to bogged down with the technical side of photography, but rather the STYLE of each photographer, and how they approach their subjects. In my studies, I've learned that artistic success in photography and cinematography, and in all art, isn't tied to technical knowledge alone, but rather heavily determined by the unseen passion, inner turmoil, and vision of the artist. If a person learns something that they didn't know before watching this film, then I will have done my job. :) Directed/Shot/Edited by Drew Maw Photographers' Websites: Brian To briantophoto.com Jason Christoper JasonChristopher.com Eugene Biscardi EugeneBiscardi.com Elijah Star ElijahStar.com
The Aperture Foundation, the Photography Department at Parsons The New School for Design, and the Vera List Center for Art and Politics present a new season of panel discussions focusing on photography. Speakers including George Baker, Associate Professor of Modern and Contemporary Art and Vice-Chair of UCLA, Department of Art History; Andrea Geyer, artist and Assistant Professor of Fine Art, Parsons The New School for Design; and artists Paul Pfeiffer and Krzysztof Wodiczko, discuss projection and installation strategies many contemporary artists have used to create immersive and cinema-like experiences in their works and exhibitions. Contemporary artists have started departing from the large, tableau vivant treatments of the photograph, as seen in works by Jeff Wall, Andreas Gursky, Philip-Lorca diCorcia, and Gregory Crewdson. In recent years, they have employed a variety of projection devices to incorporate their photographs into temporal, audio-visual experiences, which recall cinematic contexts yet retain distinctly photographic qualities. On the surface, these works seem to meld experimental and structuralist filmmaking lineages and large-scale photographic practices prevalent in the past two decades. At the same time, the new practitioners of the projected photograph are expanding the definition of photography itself. The lecture series is presented with generous support from the Kettering Family Foundation and the Henry Nias Foundation. The program is made ...
History of Sexy Pin Ups Girls 3 Hot Facts Model Bethany Bethany goes over the history of the Pin up and pin up girls and pin up art. Where did the sexy pin up model come from? Did it start with nude photography or is the origin much earlier? Where did the term pin up come from? Are they 1950s pin up for earlier? Where does Betty Page fit into all this? Was playboy the first magazine to have centerfolds? This is by Bethany the Hot Facts Girls or Fun Facts Girl. www.youtube.com www.funfactsgirls.com http Music By Jimmy Gelhaar www.jimmyg.us http youtube.com Copyright 2009 Target Public Media. All Rights Reserved.
History of Sexy Pin Ups Girls 1 Hot Facts Model Bethany Bethany goes over the history of the Pin up and pin up girls and pin up art. Where did the sexy pin up model come from? Did it start with nude photography or is the origin much earlier? Where did the term pin up come from? Are they 1950s pin up for earlier? Where does Betty Page fit into all this? Was playboy the first magazine to have centerfolds? This is by Bethany the Hot Facts Girls or Fun Facts Girl. www.youtube.com www.funfactsgirls.com http Music By Jimmy Gelhaar www.jimmyg.us http youtube.com Copyright 2009 Target Public Media. All Rights Reserved.
The history of photography is Beaumont Newhall! Throughout most of the 20th century he has seen a central figure in the movement to have photography recognized as an art form. It might also be said that he created the "history of photography" as a distinct and respected field of study. As a founder and father of the history of photography, photographer, curator, art historian, writer, scholar, teacher and administrator it seems as if there has been more than one Beaumont Newhall. Beginning in 1938 at the Museum of Modern Art, he created the first retrospective exhibition of the 100-year-old art of photography. This documentary highlights some of Beaumont's experiences of being a lifelong friend, mentor and confident of many photographers now in the annals of history. For more New Mexico PBS content visit KNME.org
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This video is being featured at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in the Nature's Best Photography Windland Smith Rice Exhibition in Washington, DC
When TIME sent photographer Anthony Suau to cover the opening of the border between East and West Berlin in 1989, he knew it could be the story of a lifetime
One of the pioneers in the use of strobe lighting in photography was Professor Harold Edgerton. Developing the technology to look at our world in different and startling ways has been one of the greatest achievements of human endeavour. The latest development in photography is also one of the most amazing. Its called Time Slice.
So much of our world is invisible to us. Its secrets locked in time and space. But alter that time and space and the once invisible world suddenly becomes visible. Using a fast flashing artificial light or a strobe light, its possible to freeze minute moments of time, and even the fastest moving objects. One of the pioneers in the use of strobe lighting in photography was Professor Harold Edgerton. Developing the technology to look at our world in different and startling ways has been one of the greatest achievements of human endeavour. The latest development in photography is also one of the most amazing. Its called Time Slice. Time slice, invented by Tim Macmillan, freezes a single moment in time and lets us view it in three dimensions.
Our eyes play tricks on us. And all around us there exist in the natural world some of the most extraordinary optical illusions. One creature resembles its background so closely its been given the same name, the stick insect. Scientists have learnt a lot from natures optical illusions. Soldiers regularly use camouflage to blend into their background and now human ingenuity has taken camouflage to its logical next step. Soon well be able to make a man completely invisible. Electrically conducting cloth covered in light sensitive sensors sees what's behind the soldier and projects it onto the front of a suit. Will the invisible man of science fiction soon become science fact?
Explorations this time charts the advances in science and technology that have revealed hidden worlds and astonishing images. Well see how remarkable innovations in medicine, photography and astronomy have enhanced and altered our understanding. This is the story of how Mankind is driven to acquire these seemingly impossible visions; it is a journey through the images that have revolutionised how we understand our world.
After the stabilization of the Church, the journey continues through the period of the Nicene Creed, Patristic Scriptures, Divine Liturgy and Icons. During this same period, however, the official division of East and West is witnessed and concludes with a gradual rift in matters of faith, dogma, church customs, politics and culture.
A collection of time lapse photography set to the beautiful soundtrack of "A Short History of the World" by Fightstar from their EP "Never Change" Song is written by Charlie Simpson and Alex Westaway and produced by Carl Brown Copyright Search and Destroy Records Time Lapse Photography: Shadow in Shadow by Alexbalix alexbalix.deviantart.com Front Yard by electricjonny electricjonny.deviantart.com Who's in Charge? by CPripper cpripper.deviantart.com Snowy by findmeinthestatic findmeinthestatic.deviantart.com City of Clouds by louieschwartzberg louieschwartzberg.deviantart.com Rainy Days in July by gkjeane gkjeane.deviantart.com Pink Sun by louieschwartzberg louieschwartzberg.deviantart.com All time lapse photography copyright to original creators.
The entire public domain photo records of all the known surviving photographs from the beginning in 1826 to development in 1839 through to 1853. Montaged into ten minutes with a background music of my own composition. To watch this parade of faces of people from a different time is a moving experience and best viewed in silence. However most modern people find silent viewing uncomfortable so I have blended some vocal tones electronically into a form of Gregorian chant for those that require musical accompaniment. The images begin with a photo print of a boy with a horse This was an experiment in photocopying to achieve chemical permanency. Next is Niepces Famous Window scene from his Studio. followed by his partner Daguerre's well known images. The ball starts rolling in 1839 with Robert Cornelius in his self portrait (the first Human ever on film) then a parade of photos from the first year 1840 showing mainly anonymous workers posing for up to ten minutes of stillness to catch an image. The face of Samuel Morse pops up a lot as he was one of the first brave celebrities to endure the process.Dickens Lincoln John Brown Darwin Verne and Rossini are all here at the dawn of the modern age. Before this time for the Thousands of years of Humanity, No Photographs were ever made. We can only see the previous years through the interpretation of Artists. all historical people and events prior to photography were illusionary and inaccurate. The materials used in the many ...
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HISTORY IN PHOTOGRAPHTY - TITANIC A selection of authentic photo's and original footage of the RMS Titanic and her sister ship the RMS Olympic. Both ocean liners where built for the White Star Line. I DO NOT OWN THE PHOTOS, THE FOOTAGE OR THE MUSIC
HISTORY IN PHOTOGRAPHTY A small selection of photographs that changed the world. I DO NOT OWN THE PHOTOS NOR THE MUSIC
You can see the entire process of the collotype production at Benrido. This clip begins with creating separation negatives from original print by Koichiro Kurita. Benrido is a collotype studio in Kyoto,Japan. They have been making collotype over a century. For more information please visit accompanying website: www.projectbasho.org
From KETC, LIVING ST. LOUIS Producer Anne-Marie Berger meets with Thomas Kempland. Saint Louis has a vast history of photography. Master photographer JR Eike took photographs of historic landmarks, parks, disasters, and events during the early 1900s. Kempland, a collector of memorabilia, discovered JR Eikes glass plate collection after visiting a garage sale. The Eike family needed to find someone to preserve negative images. Kempland has uploaded images online for Saint Louis natives to enjoy.
Two short clips from a documentary on photography; the first part discusses the Pictorialist movement, and the second part deals with Straight Photography.
A collection of turn of the century photographs depicting spirits of the deceased and various spectres- trick photography that was popular at the time.
This photographic show of selected photographs of Dimitar Kapov will show you the most beautiful city in Bulgaria - Plovdiv. Ancient and modern Plovdiv is wonderful! Ravishing beauty with its charming and unique by the people who lived and live, and remain forever left its mark in history, architecture and rich heritage of traditions, customs and culture. Diverse, old, different, great, exciting, modern, rich and business city of Plovdiv! There is something for all and something for everyone! Will be very glad if you like the show and will be happy to leave your comment for Plovdiv. With love from Dimitar Kapov
Photographs taken by Dorothea Lange and Walker Evans across the United States for the Farm Services Administration during the Great Depression. Assembled as part of a class project.
Casa San Miguel Foundation 1st Photography Workshop for 2009. March 15- Aril 4 2009 San Antonio, Zambales PHILIPPINES Photography Workshop for Children (9-13yrs. old) A Week In The Life Of The world through the eyes of children A photo exhibit featuring digital photographs taken by children from the fishing community who were picked to attend workshops under At Maculangan, Bahaghari, Paolo Picones, and Carlo Gabuco. After learning about the history of photography, composition, and basic photography technique, the children then spent a week taking photographs of their environment documenting the people and stories of their families and communities. These pictures will be presented as a multimedia presentation on an LCD screen at the SIEMENS Gallery of CASA San Miguel.
What is "lomography" and how did it start? This video covers a brief history and explanation on the underground photography cult that started off with a Russian Spy camera. Lomography is a lo-fi style of photography that started in the Soviet Union, but has since been adopted by young photographers in the States as well. For more information, visit: www.lomography.com Video owned by CURRENT.com. All Rights Reserved by CURRENT (Original link: current.com
A Mechanical Icon film.