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photography

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photography,

n the process of making images on a chemically sensitive plate or film, using the energy of light or other radiant source.
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During the 1970s until his death in 1984 Winogrand was obsessed with the act of photographing.
Often, caught up in the excitement of photographing magnificent trees, we ignore undesired subjects in the frame, only to discover them too late.
Catching her attention, I indicated I was interested in photographing her.
He thought about this experience for a few years, photographing in the meantime a group of Turners at the Tate (Turner Collection, 1995) and a Pollock at MOMA (Untitled VI, 1997), staged as if for an auction catalogue.
You have to ask what it means that all these women are photographing women now, reinventing stereotypes, looking at that moment of late girlhood.
In the exhibition it is part of a group of three photographs that includes the skinned rabbit, and beneath the rabbit are inscribed the words of Wols's wife, "Nous le mangerons apres" - "We will eat it after" - playing up the relation between the man's photographing, the woman's cooking, and the couple's eating.
Each drawing, despite my efforts to make them identical, is slightly different, which, to me, ultimately matched the idea of photographing a person in motion - two frames of the same person could never be the same.
The experience of photographing her served as sublimation for the act of caressing her velvet skin.
Yet the experience of photographing such public spaces drove home the fact that the camera tyrannizes human freedom in its own right, that it congeals social exchange and gives it the character of a tableau vivant, unconsummated, tense, and perplexing.
Whether he was photographing the Civil Rights Movement in the American South in the '60s or the guerrilla uprising in Mexico in the '90s, his journalism is not about the surface, the sensational, the soundbite; it is imbued with his respect for the people he photographs, and with the commitment and responsibility this respect entails.
How does a photographic blur mark what is always missing in the very act of photographing it?
Then we returned to the studio, where Araki held a workshop on photographing the female nude.