Monthly Archives: February 2013
Prompt: At the end of her essay, Marianne Hirsch says, “If The Family of Man is, in Alan Sekula’s terms, a ‘guidebook for the collapse of the political into the familial’, the camera, the family picture, and the family album … Continue reading
Ethics Of Street Photography Street photographer, Eric Kim, doesn’t feel comfortable photographing certain social situations. Please respond to his discussion of photographing these situations and people “humanely.” What is your reaction to excluding certain social situations or members of society … Continue reading
According to Samantha Baskind, why were the Bristol photographs published in Life magazine? Why did Bristol have such a hard time publishing the photographs, and how did the publication of the Grapes of Wrath give them a new life?
In his article, The Ethics of Street Photography, McGorty discusses a distinct difference between the work of street photographers and the paparazzi. According to McGorty, what is the main distinction? Explain why you agree or disagree with his explanation. How … Continue reading
So, I guess there was some problems with the link I had previously posted. Below I have some links to my blog. If the first one works, I prefer you look at that one. (I intentionally laid some of the … Continue reading
In the introduction to “You Have Seen Their Faces,” Erskine Caldwell and Margaret Bourke White state the following: “No person, place or episode in this book is fictitious but names and places have been changed to avoid unnecessary individualization; for it is not … Continue reading
Explore the follow webpage and photographs. (View the photographs first and then click on the photograph to learn more about the story.) Please comment on how each photographer works to conceptualize and represent their notion of poverty. “Here is our … Continue reading