Photographs  Rachel Guyer SBU Clare 209 Sum 1

Photographs of different types are displayed in this gallery. They are composed of people, events and lights. Some are photographs from centuries ago and some are modern photographs that were planned and then executed. They each are shot with a different point of view and capture something different about life in each shot.

This photograph was taken by Jin, Siyon in 2011 in Korea. It now sits in the Korean Art Museum Association. The subject matter is the lights and how they hit the senses. This photograph represents how time has become ambiguous and distinction between day and night is blurred. This piece caught my attention because of the different colors and pattern of light
This photography was taken in Paris by an unknown artist to capture a Men's Diving event in the 1900 Summer Olympics. The subject matter is the diver aiming toward the water. I chose this photograph because the Olympics interests me and so do old photographs. I also love the detail of the small diver diving into the open water
This photograph was created by Maria Veronica Leon Veintemilla in 2015. She took the photograph in Dubai, U.A.E. The subject matter is the set of golden hands that symbolize working hands. I chose this piece because of the golden hands and beauty of the piece
Oh, Hein-Kuhn took this photograph of Hye-ri Jang in 2003 in Korea. This photograph was inspired by a series of photographs of people from all spectrums of life in Germany by Augustus Sander. The subject matter of this photograph is this 18 year old girl from Korea. I chose this picture because of the city in the background and the innocent look on the girl's face
The Brown Sisters was photographed by Nicholas Nixon in 2011. It was taken in America. The subject matter is the four sisters. I chose this photograph because of the facial expressions on the women. They are looking past the camera and they all have the same expression.
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