The nature of photographs
A photo diary of the American photographer's road trip across America in the early 1970's. It features unpublished photographs from Shore's influential work that has been widely exhibited in the US but never captured in a book for the general public.
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The Nature of Photographs
The Physical Level
The Depictive Level
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An-My Anne Turyn attention moves Bard College Burger King camera is transformed camera the lens changing focus construct a mental cropping that occurs Date unknown deep space definite vantage point depictive level depictive space draws the viewer's edges create emulsion exposure flat formal decisions Garry Winogrand Hale County illusion juxtapositions Larry Fink Lee Friedlander Maplewood Ave meaning mental focus mental image mental level mental model model adjusts monocular vision monocularly Move your attention Nature of Photographs P. H. Emerson Paul Caponigro perceptions photographer pays photographer's attention Photographer's Eye photographer's mental organization photographic framing photographic image photographic print picture plane pictures the frame piece of film plane of focus Reed Harvest relationships are created Robert Adams Robert Frank saying cheese Sikes Center Mall static piece Stephen Shore structure Texas State Fair Thomas Struth viewer visual grammar visual relationship Walker Evans William Eggleston Untitled world in front world is transformed