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George Eastman House, International Museum of Photography and Film, Rochester, NY
New York Police Department Photographs, 1915-1940s. WARNING: THIS COLLECTION CONTAINS GRAPHIC IMAGES OF HOMICIDE VICTIMS. In addition to crime-scene and law-enforcement photographs, this collection includes photographs from the departmental operations and emergency services units, dating from 1928 to 1941. The departmental photographs document activities unrelated to criminal investigations such as political organizations monitored by the "Alien Squad." The Emergency Services Unit photographs document mayhem including street car accidents, early airplane crashes, explosions, drowning victims, and the proverbial cat stuck in a tree. Crime-scene photographs depict homicide victims, police officers, vehicles, horses, dogs, evidence, police equipment, mug shots, and fingerprints. PDE: Police Department Evidence PDE: Police Department Evidence
Given that her complete catalogue is composed almost entirely of work she produced as a student, the posthumous critical esteem for American photographer Francesca Woodman is astonishing. Unlike music or math, where precocious displays of talent are not uncommon, photography tends not to have prodigies. Woodman, who committed suicide in 1981 at age 22, is considered a rare exception. That she has achieved such status is all the more remarkable considering only a quarter of the approximately 800 images she produced—many of them self-portraits—have ever been seen by the public. Now, on the thirtieth anniversary of her death, Woodman is having something of a moment. In coming months, her work will be shown by several British galleries, and later this year San Francisco’s Museum of Modern Art will mount a major retrospective of her work, the first of its kind in the United States. The Long Exposure of Francesca Woodman by Elizabeth Gumport The Long Exposure of Francesca Woodman by Elizabeth Gumport
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Empire de la Mort | Photographs of charnel houses and ossuaries by Paul Koudounaris
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Potography In Brady's Era
The 15th and final class session for the fall 2013 term examines documentary and conceptual photography, looking at the motivation and rationale behind them. We also try to tie up the ideas of the course with some concluding remarks. The History of Photography Podcast will be back in the spring 2014 semester. Until then, you might want to check out my other podcast, Camera Position, where I discuss photography’s creative aspects. I also have 2 spots left in my Italy Photography Workshops for the first week of August, 2014. History of Photography Podcasts History of Photography Podcasts
The First Photograph, or more specifically, the world's first permanent photograph from nature, was taken by Joseph Nicéphore Niépce in 1826 or 1827. The image depicts the view from an upstairs window at Niépce's estate, Le Gras, in the Burgundy region of France. Niépce's invention represents the origin of today's photography, film, and other media arts. Learn more about the First Photograph through the links below. Who was Joseph Nicéphore Niépce? How was the First Photograph created? The First Photograph - Overview The First Photograph - Overview
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grapehouse Built between 1248 and 1880, Cologne Cathedral is considered as a masterpiece of medieval Gothic architecture. This is one of the best ecclesiastical buildings in the world and a symbol of the high Gothic cathedral architecture in the purest form possible. When finally completed in the 19th century, Cologne Cathedral is the tallest building in the world. It has the largest exterior surface of any church in the world, said to be around 7,000 square meters, and is flanked by two large towers each rose to a height of 157 meters. grapehouse
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The Big Picture The 2014 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest has begun. Photographers from around the world can submit their photos in the four categories: Travel Portraits, Outdoor Scenes, Sense of Place and Spontaneous Moments. The grand prize winner will receive a National Geographic Expedition to Alaska. The deadline is Monday, June 30, at 12 p.m. EDT. Here is a selection of photos from the early entries. -- (10 photos total) The Big Picture