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Bridging the Gap: Classical Art Designed for Photographers | Adam Marelli

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Published on Dec 24, 2012

Bridging the gap of classical art and street photography, Henri Cartier-Bresson combined the two practices and set the world of photography on a new course. We look at how he and his followers at Magnum, converted the lessons from classical artists into the photojournalism, street photography, and portraiture. We will introduce the visual language, examining its basic grammar and the ways in which photographers can build up each element in their own work. They will be given specific examples from master painters who were proto-street photographers.

Viewers will walk away with a completely new way of viewing the design accomplishments of classical art. Museums and galleries will breathe with new life as the geometry of art and design is decoded specifically for photographers. You will be given a list of "common compositional mistakes" that many photographers make because the they are only taught to artists. We will also reveal where the "Rule of Thirds" comes from and look at additional techniques to use with a 35mm format.

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