Birth of Photography.pdf

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Department
History of Art
Course Code
FAH-0002
Professor
Eric Rosenberg

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Photography Birth and Practice Emerson, Three Photos of Field Workers,  1800s Documentary photography Genre scenes Social message Focus on the average individual Similar to “The Stonebreakers” by Courbet T albot, The Open Door, 1843, art  photography  Strong relationship to painting and art history Reminiscent of genre painting Said he wanted to make the unremarkable remarkable Emphasis on light, shadow and texture O’Sullivan, Harvest of Death, 1863,  documentary photography Bodies arranged purposefully Able to bring the horrors of the war more clearly tha
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