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Abbott, Berenice, 1898-1991

1898-1991 US photographer Born in Springfield, Ohio, she studied at Ohio State University with the intention of becoming a journalist, then moved to

Open Adams, Ansel, 1902-1984
Adams, Ansel, 1902-1984

(1902–84), American photographer, b. San Francisco. He began taking photographs in the High Sierra and Yosemite Valley, with which his name is

Arbus, Diane, 1923-1971

Recognized for a body of photographs that explore and question the fine line between normality and difference, Diane Arbus, nee Nemerov, is popularly

Open Astronomical photography
Astronomical photography

Use of photography in astronomical research. The first successful photograph of a celestial object was the daguerreotype plate of the Moon taken by

Atget, Eugène, 1857-1927

Although two thirds of Eugène Atget's photographic career fell into the twentieth century, more than half of his life was lived in the nineteenth

Open Avedon, Richard
Avedon, Richard

Fashion and portrait photographer Richard Avedon is famous for his psychologically revealing studies of famous people. Generally regarded as one of

Open camera
camera

lightproof box or container, usually fitted with a lens, which gathers incoming light and concentrates it so that it can be directed toward the film

Open Cameron, Julia Margaret, 1815-1879
Cameron, Julia Margaret, 1815-1879

Julia Margaret Cameron was born in 1815 in Calcutta, a week before the Battle of Waterloo and a quarter of a century before the announcement of the

Open Cartier-Bresson, Henri, 1908-2004
Cartier-Bresson, Henri, 1908-2004

( äNrē' kärtēā'-brĕsôN' ), 1908–2004, French photojournalist, b. Chanteloup, near Paris. Cartier-Bresson is renowned for his countless memorable

Cinematography

Television cinematography is a set of highly complex technological, social, aesthetic and industrial-economic practices. Understanding these