Photography techniques task 1

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Media photography unit- task 1

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  • 1. Unit 9:PhotographyTechniques

2. LandscapeTask:1Landscape photography can be a way to see the world in all its glory andshow art through life. But finding that perfect frame isn't restricted to the likesof professional photographers such as Ansel Adams. 3. WildlifeTask:1Wildlife photography is a type of photography that focuses on takingphotographs of wildlife, or non-domesticated animals. This type ofphotography is important not only for its artistic value, but also for its scientificvalue as well. 4. Task:1AerialAerial photography is a photograph taken from anaircraft or satellite in flight showing an image fromabove. 5. SportsSports photography refers to the genre of photography that covers alltypes of sports. In the majority of cases, professional sportsphotography is a branch of photojournalism, while amateur sportsphotography, such as photos of children playing association football,is a branch of vernacular photography. 6. PortraitPortrait photography or portraiture is photography of a person or groupof people that displays the expression, personality, and mood of thesubject. Like other types of portraiture, the focus of the photograph isusually the person's face, although the entire body and the backgroundor context may be included. 7. ArchitecturalArchitectural photography is the photographing of buildings andsimilar structures that are both aesthetically pleasing and accuraterepresentations of their subjects. Architectural photographers, areusually skilled in the use of specialized techniques and equipment. 8. FashionTask:1Fashion photography is a genre of photography devoted todisplaying clothing and other fashion items. Fashionphotography is most often conducted for advertisements orfashion magazines such as Vogue, Vanity Fair, or Elle.RICHARD AVEDON 9. MacroTask:1Photography producing photographs of small itemslarger than life size. 10. AbstractTask:1Like abstract art, Abstract photography concentrates onshape, form, colour, pattern and texture. The viewer isoften unable to see the whole object. The focus is oftenonly a small part of it. 11. PhotojournalismTask:1The practice of communicating news by photographs,especially in magazines.