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College Essays related to 'Photography'

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Photography & Impressionism

An 8 page essay on the influence that photography had on Impressionism and art in the 19th Century. The writer argues that these include viewpoint, realistic public scenes in light of cubist methods, and the use of light. Bibliography lists 8 sources.



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Photography & Law Enforcement

A 5 page paper that considers the use of photography to enhance law enforcement capabilities. This paper demonstrates the use of photography in crime resolution, for evidence in criminal cases, and to support the actions of law enforcement agents. Bibliography lists 5 sources.



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Photography Grant Proposal

This 4 page creates a photography grant proposal for at-risk youth within a urban setting. Budget data demonstrates over 400% increase for every photo dollar invested. Bibliography lists 4 sources.



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Photography as a Cultural Reflection and Tool for Understanding

An 8 page discussion of the value of still photography and film in cultural research. The author contends that cultural history, a subcategory of both anthropology and history, is indeed replete with examples of the value of these mediums in preserving culture in a visual format. It is emphasized that this value is not exclusive to the use of photography as a documentary tool by the researcher but that instead it encapsulates the use of film produced by the culture itself. Asserts that both documentary and fictional film can be of tremendous research value.



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Photography of the Farm Security Administration (FSA)

A 7 page paper which examines how the photographic work of the FSA addressed the ideas of documentary and art. Bibliography lists 8 sources.



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Photography Propaganda During WWII Days

This 5 page paper looks at propaganda to emanate from Germany, Russia and the U.S. during WWII and just prior to its start. Differences in camera angles are touched on. The significance of photographs during the era is explored. Bibliography lists 5 sources.



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Photography and the British Empire

This 4 page paper looks at the role of photography in the service of British Empire discussing the value and support given by the visualization of the British Empire. The paper looks at the general concepts and also some specific examples of Victorian photography. The bibliography cites 3 sources.



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Eadweard Muybridge / Life & Contributions to Photography

A 5 page examination of the life and work of Eadweard Muybridge, a noted photographer of the late 1800's. Bibliography lists 4 sources.



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War Photography

In 5 pages the author discusses war photography and expounds on how war photography has changed the people's views on war. There is an old adage that a picture is worth a thousand words. War photography is certainly no less so. Photographs of war run the gamut from death and destruction all around, to the hope that is seen in the faces of the people for whom the war is being fought. The war photography is able to take the viewer to a place he or she would not want to be, but would like to know about. For some the realities of war are too harsh. The photographs are too real, with too many memories. War photographer Don McCullin is also discussed. Bibliography lists 4 sources.



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Art and Photography

Beginning in the Renaissance and the emergence of linear perspective there has been certain expectations ascribed to art and artists. During the Renaissance, the rendition of the human form was for the first time able to be portrayed with depth and in context. For many years after photography had been invented the only use was for portraiture. It was a medium all it's own and not considered an art form. This 6 page paper argues that the use of the photographic medium is as valid in today's technological reality as the painting of form in depth was during the Renaissance. It can be used to preserve memories, evoke emotions, stir people to action and provide a standard of beauty. Bibliography lists 10 sources.



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The History Of Color Photography

9 pages in length. Once the staple of photography, black and white images have all but given way to its color counterpart. Indeed, the lure of bright, rich color was, in and of itself, enough of a selling point to draw away from what had heretofore existed only in the finite world of black and white. The advent of color photography brought with it an entirely new perspective to the industry, which included more expansive manufacturing plants, increased consumer interest and a glimpse into a more realistic image. The writer discusses the history of color photography. Bibliography lists 5 sources.



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Jacob Riis/Social Reform & Photography

A 10 page research paper that investigates tenement life in New York City slums at the end of the nineteenth century, focusing on the photography of Jacob Riis, which exposed the deplorable conditions of that time. Bibliography lists 5 sources.



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History of Early Photography

(5 pp). In the early nineteenth century, the new "invention" photography seemed as though it could "capture" the whole world, some labeled it, the "mirror with a memory."This discussion will examine some of those early photographers and their experiments. Bibliography lists 2 sources.



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The Influence of Photography

A 5 page paper which discusses how photography has influenced the world, and how it has influenced the life we experience today. Bibliography lists 2 sources.



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The Aesthetics of Photography

A 5 page paper which discusses how aesthetics, as they apply to photography, are often different than those applied to paintings and other traditional art forms. Bibliography lists 2 sources.




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