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"Fading Away"

Henry Peach Robinson
Example of Pictorialism
wanted to realize timeless moments in a significant setting.

2

"Ophelia"

J.M. Cameron
Medium: Albumen print
Example of Portraits.

3

"Trolley, New Orleans"

Robert Frank
Medium: Silver Gelatin Print
Photography"
Purpose of documenting and bearing witness. It was taken in black and white and creates more of a dramatic effect because if it were in color too much would be going on.

4

"Horse Galloping"

E. Muybridge
Medium: Collotype print
Example of Sequence photography"

5

"TV Buddha"

Nam June Paik
Medium: Closed-circuit video installation with bronze
sculpture, monitor, and video camera
Example of Video Art"
Uses the use of a camera to capture and question what modern day meditation is.

6

"Long March: Restart"

Feng Mengbo
Medium: new media
Fully fuctional video game that the viewer is meant to walk through and play using a wireless controller and combat enemies.

7

Louis J. M. Daguerre

created Daguerreotype: The first commercial photographic process, introduced in Paris in
1839 by Louis J.M. Daguerre.

8

Eadweard Muybridge

created a sequence photography taking multiple pictures of a horse galloping in order to win a bet too see if all four hooves are off the ground at once.

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Photography (meaning of name)

Photography - from the Greek photos (“light”) and graphein (“to draw”)

10

Daguerreotype

First commercial photographic process introduced in Paris in 1839 by Louis J.M. Daguerre

Its a negative image that appears positive in the proper light.

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Pictorialism

Photography with the intention and expression was purely scientific, documentary, and commercial.
Methods used were soft focus, lens coatings, heavy darkroom, exotic printing processes.

Example: "Fading Away" Henry Peach Robinson

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Sequence Photography

Precursor to cinematography, created by Eadweard Muybridge in his Horse Galloping.

13

Video art

moving pictures and audio medium.

14

Video art

moving pictures and audio medium.
Example : "TV Buddha"

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New Media/Electronic Media

Exploring digital art, computer graphic, computer animation, virtual, internet, interactive art, video games, and robotics. and can be combined with eachother for traditional media.
Example: "Long March: Restart"