"... collection of photographs assembled around a particular theme: in each image, the gaze of the subject is averted, the face obscured or the eyes firmly closed. The pictures present a catalog of anti-portraiture, characterized at first glance by what its subjects conceal, not by what the camera reveals. Amassed over the course of thirty years by New York collector W. M. Hunt, the collection includes works by masters such as Richard Avedon, Diane Arbus, Imogen Cunningham, William Klein, Robert Mapplethorpe, and Robert Frank as well as lesser-known artists and vernacular images." --book jacket.
Photographs from the Unconscious
Author: William M. Hunt
Aperture is a collection of poems drawn from life experiences and reflected through the emotional lens of love, joy, pain, disappointment, anguish, loneliness, and exhilaration. It is an opening by which the light of simple human experience is collimated or diffracted. Subjective, though it may, the poet sacrifices his mood, temperament, disposition, and personality at the altar of emotional expression. Aperture affirms that this emotion is the great leveler and that mankind- the embodiment of pure emotion- all drowns in the depths of its gentle wrath.
Author: Richard Valdez
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
Latin American Photography
Author: Charles L. Dodson
Welcome to Aperture, the revolutionary application for managing and editing digital photographs. Designed specifically for professional digital photographers, Aperture is an enormously powerful tool for handling some of the most time-consuming and tedious tasks of professional photography. This collection of Apple Pro Training tutorials will get you up and running in no time. You’ll learn how to sort, rank, and manage images with unparalleled efficiency; display onscreen proofs and contact sheets in compelling ways for clients; edit and retouch your selected images professionally; publish proofs, portfolios, and final images on the Web and in print; and archive images in a way that’s easy, secure, and intuitive. Available in 2005, these hands-on tutorials provide a great overview of an indispensable application for digital photographers.
Getting Started with Aperture
Author: Estelle McGechie
Publisher: Peachpit Press
Aperture 164 Summer 2001 A Heightened Perception: The Color of Wildness - Rebecca Solnit on Eliot Porter as pioneer in color photography and environmental propagandist Now Playing in Another World - Peter Moore's photographs and Barbara Moore's writing reveal the adventurous, often subversive spirit of the avant garde. Still Life - Miguel Rio Branco's provocative "Still Life," a visual poem "Such Damnable Ghastliness" - Danny Lyon's personal reflections on the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Deadly Traffic: Salvadoran Street Gangs - Donna DeCesare on the street gangs of El Salvador, L.A.'s export to Central America 2001: A Beach Odyssey - Visions of summer in poetry and images - Iranian filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami's views of the infinite in films and stills, by Minna Proctor Photographers: Domenica Bucalo, Robert Capa, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Bruce Davidson, Donna DeCesare, Elliott Erwitt, Barbara Ess, Zhuang Huang, Peter Moore, Mariko Mori, Eliot Porter, Matthieu Ricard, Miguel Rio Branco, Sandy Skoglund, Nick Waplington
Author: Aperture Foundation Inc. Staff
Author: Melissa Harris
50th anniversary, 1952-2002
Author: Aperture Foundation
On t.p.: The history and visions of the United Society of Believers in Christ's second appearing from 1774 to the present.
hands to work, hearts to God : the history and visions of the United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing from 1774 to the present
Author: Amy Stechler Burns,Ken Burns,Langdon Clay,Jerome Liebling
Two alternative methods of aperture antenna analysis are described in this book.
Author: Edward V. Jull
Category: Technology & Engineering
Aperture Exposed provides a comprehensive yet easy-to-read guide for taking advantage of the new power and abilities provided by Aperture. The book takes an unfamiliar interface and feature set and makes it logical and intuitive so that Aperture quickly feels like an old friend. Aperture Exposed is visual and easy to understand yet comprehensive; readers will immediately see that it was written by photographers for photographers, without all the entry-level clutter found in most books that try to please everyone. Itâ??s completely organized to follow a professional workflow. Ellen Anon is an Apple Certified Trainer in Aperture and a renowned photo workshop instructor; she teaches thousands of photographers every year how to shoot, organize, and edit their images in person and through her writing. Photographer Josh Anon applies his experience in Mac OS X photo software engineering to reveal Aperture's secrets, from time-saving tips to advanced workflow customization advice. Aperture Exposed is the best coverage available of what working pros need to know, including the 1.0.1 and 1.1 updates. And now, Ellen and Josh have made available a report on "What's New in Aperture 1.5", a companion to the book for users of the latest version; download the free booklet from www.sunbearphoto.com. With a foreword by master photographer Charles Glatzer, Aperture Exposed is the photographer's authority on Apple's workflow solution.
The MacÂ Photographer's Guide to Taming the Workflow
Author: Ellen Anon,Josh Anon
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Author: Apple Computer, Inc
Author: David Schloss
Publisher: Mac Create Incorporated
Depth recovery is important in machine vision applications when a 3-dimensional structure must be derived from 2-dimensional images. This is an active area of research with applications ranging from industrial robotics to military imaging. This book provides the comprehensive details of the methodology, along with the complete mathematics and algorithms involved. Many new models, both deterministic and statistical, are introduced.
Author: Subhasis Chaudhuri,A.N. Rajagopalan
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
on location : studio visits with Lynn Davis, Doug and Mike Starn, Raghu Rai, Mary Ellen Mark, Duane Michals, Richard Misrach
Author: Alfred Stieglitz,Dorothy Norman
Category: Artists' studios