Advertising photography tricks

Advertising photography tricks
By a stroke of luck, the photographer may stumble upon something he or she cannot control but is desperate to take a picture of,...

Commercial Photography: in search of the right concept

Commercial Photography. Commercial photography begins with searching for the right concept and addressing the advert's essentials: what is sold? what is it used for? where...

Commercial Photography

A commercial image is supposed to rivet attention, communicate information and further promotion of the idea, the product or the service. Advertisement appeals to...

Documentary photography

The new prospect: documentary photography Throughout his life the Danish-American reporter Jacob Riis was a dedicated champion working to improve the quality of life for...

Snapshot photography

The rise of snapshot photography In 1980 Fred Church took the famous photograph of George Eastman on board of a ship. Both photographers used Kodak-2,...

Stereoscopic cards

Stereoscopic cards The first stereoscopes Daguerreotypy was not the only early photographic process. The Englishman William Talbot invented a different method for making images on light-sensitive...

Daguerreotype

Daguerreotype
Daguerreotype History of American photography begins in France. On the 19th of August 1839 a joint meeting of the French Academy of Sciences and Academie de...

Photography in the USA

The history of US photography marvelously repeats the history of the country. Both are relatively young and both in their early years depended on...

Photography, the visual narrative of times

In 1976 the United States of America celebrated 200 years of independence, those memorable events leading to consolidation of a nation composed of miscellaneous...