George Eastman 1854-1932 American innovator who invented roll film as a replacement for photographic plates. With Alfred Stieglitz, he established the Little Galleries of the Photo-Secession, and in 1911 became the world's first fashion photographer when his photos of Paul Poiret's gowns were published. M-Z plus Australian camera clubs. Also known for his sensitive portraits of some of the - including Braque, Shagall, Giacometti and Picasso. While in San Francisco during the early 1870s, he also photographed the construction of the San Francisco Mint.
Photograph of Dr William Bland, taken by George Baron Goodman, 1845. Helen Ennis and Josef Lebovic are available for interview. Hugo Schmolz 1879-1938 Early 20th century German architectural photographer in the spirit of the New Objectivity. See: Straight photography embraces a number of specialist areas, each with its own set of , and camera artists. He died in Brisbane in 1930.
What Annear has produced is not a historical overview of a great photographic panorama, but a cool yet passionate argument on the very nature of Australia and its primary concerns. The latter may be the Frederic Downing subsequently listed as a 24 year old auctioneer in Stowmarket in the 1861 census. He also co-founded Magnum Photos with David Seymour and others as a community for freelance photographers to join. But nothing is as it at first appears. Werner Bischof 1916-54 Member of Magnum, noted for his humanist photojournalism. His portraits included those of Louise Bourgeois, Richard Serra, Cy Twombly and Jenny Holzer.
Today it is linked with several different types of art, including see famous works like: Green Car Crash, 1963; and Eight Elvises, 1963; both by Andy Warhol , and , and is frequently incorporated into and collages. By placing them here, at the entrance, the curator, Judy Annear, is telling the viewer that what is to be shown will be seen through their eyes. The family only recently realised that the collection was important. Ferenc Berko 1916-2000 Hungarian cameraman famous for his photo reportage, portraits and nudes. He is also a photograher who co-hosts a weekly talk show related to the field of photography. The Telegraph The Queensland Times - The North Australian Ipswich and General Advertiser.
This is of course untrue and indeed the pictures in your 19th century album are unlikely to predate the 1860s. Also noted for her - her photos of Buchenwald concentration camp. Three people in alternating dark and light hats wait patiently for a old biddie to descend from the open door of the tram, the man holding on to the hand rail of the tram ready to pull himself up, just as everyone still does on old trams in Melbourne to this day. Pioneer of reportage during the 1930s. Photographers of Somerset, England 1839-1939 I am pleased to have been involved in a new publication by three friends that extensively chronicles the photographers of Somerset, which is the one of the home counties of my British ancestors. Photographers of Today 1956- Nationality: Australian Known for: Photographing babies in various costumes and situations Her photographs of babies are designed to raise awareness concerning child abuse.
Florence Henri 1893-1982 American born Bauhaus student and portrait photographer in the style of New Vision Neues Schen. Again, it is the attitude and rhythm of the protagonists within the image frame that makes this diorama so engaging. Shoji Ueda 1913-2000 Mid-20th century Japanese photographer specialising in landscapes, still-lifes and architectural photography. Influenced by expressionist painters like Erich Heckel, George Grosz and. The point is made in the exhibition with walls of postcards — but they were the product of 19th century technology. Louis Daguerre 1787-1851 Responsible for the first ever photograph of a person in 1839.
Garry Winogrand 1928-84 American photographer of everyday life in America, noted for his radical, visual language. He has worked for the Associated Press as a photojournalist for many years. His photographs are typically from a high vantage point to give the viewer a full perspective of the subject. Grafton Regional Gallery Collection, Grafton, gift of Sam and Janet Cullen and family, 2004. He has composed portraits of major figures in world history and pop culture, including Winston Churchill, Humphrey Bogart, Albert Einstein, John F. Noted for his outdoor shots.
While the photographs offer a unique point of view low down by the waist of Victorian era Sydney, you get the feeling that Syer was more interested in the fact that his camera was hidden, and the game he was playing to get these photographs, than in the visual construction of the images themselves. I can provide copies of various census entries and many examples of photography by the Deazeley studios. Photographers in the main street usually rented premises and jockeyed for the best spots and this means they often changed address. Kurt Blum 1922-2005 Swiss photographer noted for his abstract work and photo experiments. Founded in 1884 by the photographer and entrepreneur Charles Kerry 1857-1928 , the firm remained in business until 1917. Photographers of the Early 1900s 1883-1976 Nationality: American Known for: Botanical photography and industrial landscapes Cunningham worked for Vanity Fair photographing celebrities without their makeup.
She has also done photography work for names like Claudia Schiffer, Duran Duran, and Bananarama. Known for his landscapes, cityscapes and industrial photography. George Hoyningen-Huene 1900-68 Russian born still life, portrait, travel and fashion photographer. These specialties include: and , as well as fashion, beauty, celebrity portraits, sports, and humanistic photography, as well as photojournalism. Harold E Edgerton 1903-90 American electrical engineer and photographer.