His trips to photograph the area’s spectacular mountain and ocean scenery led him to encounter small pockets of Native Americans who still maintained some of their traditional lifestyles. Curtis began exploring an interest that would ultimately result in the most comprehensive photo, the ethnographic record of the North American Indians ever created. By 1898 Curtis had begun receiving recognition from both the photographic community and the general public for his American Indian photographs. By the turn of the century, Curtis’s photographs of Indians were winning national awards and were being exhibited internationally, bringing him a new source of income and recognition. Curtis made tens of thousands of negatives throughout the western United States and Canada.
According to “ Into the Wild, Jon Krakauer bibliography” Jon Krakauer is an American writer and maintainer who likes nature. He was born on April 12, 1954, in Brookline and grew up in Oregon. At the age of 8, he began to mount- climbing. After he graduated from Hampshire college he began to work as a carpenter and started as a commercial fisherman. Because he like nature, Jon Krakauer would spend his free time climbing.
In the early beginning of building America mountain men discovered many different regions of the United States but one mountain man in particular made discoveries and saw the country in ways that no other mountain man had before. John Colter the mountain man contributed to building America by traveling across the United States with Lewis and Clark, learning the wilderness, and discover Yellowstone, Jackson Hole and leading the Missouri Fur Company to help develop the culture of America. In his earlier years of exploration, John Colter accompanied Lewis and Clark on two journeys across the continent (Wise, Legands of America). On his expeditions with Lewis and Clark, Colter gained very valuable knowledge of the land that he had covered, and
Roosevelt was the first president to create national bird reserves. He created 51 national bird reserves, 18 national monuments, and 150 national parks. For example, Roosevelt established the Grand Canyon in 1908 which is in Arizona. Also, some of the national parks that Roosevelt created are Carter Lake, Wind Cave, and Sully’s Hills. Roosevelt created the United States Forest Service because he wanted to protect lands and protect wildlife.
Milton Glaser is the personification of American graphic design of the 20th century. He has influenced many and impacted the profession internationally. Milton Glaser is exceedingly creative and effective in his work. Bob Dylan’s poster was created by Milton Glaser in 1967 for the artist’s greatest hits album.
In conclusion, Tim Burton proceeds taking advantage of the cinematic techniques; lighting, sound, and camera movements creating a certain mood/tone. He uses each technique to reel in his audience. Tim Burton’s style is based on differences between things or people. However, Burton uses many more techniques than just these three, he uses all kinds to appeal to his
According to biography.com, Goldberg received an engineering degree from the University of California then later got a job designing sewer pipelines. Shortly after he became a sportswriter and cartoonist for the San Francisco Chronicle and the San Francisco Bulletin. He is most famous for his editorial cartoon, “Peace Today” which was awarded the Pulitzer Prize. According to the website titled MouseTrapContraptions.com, it states that a selection of Goldberg’s cartoons were sketches of inventions and machines inspired by the “Machine Age” at the beginning of the 20th century. The cartoons of the machines were very complex and intricate.
During his lifetime he has travelled to places such as Sydney, Singapore, Australia, America, London and Paris honing his skill as a photographer. But it was in Paris he started his international career and created his photographic collections entitled White Women, Sleepless Nights and Big Nudes. His pieces had numerous components that created a new form of photography that contained elements of fashion, portraiture, erotica and documentary (Helmut Newton: A Controversial, n.d.), which was revolutionary. This artist has changed the face of photography by pushing the limits set by society and focused on his message and craft rather than the critics.
Ansel Adams was an American photographer well-known for his black and white landscape photography. His work was based around the American West and national parks as he was a keen environmentalist. Some of his most famous work was that of the photographs taken at Yosemite National Park. His work is based more towards the sublime due to the nature of the landscapes he photographs such as mountains, cliffs, raging rivers etc. In the introduction to Adams’ book: The Portfolios of Ansel Adams, John Szarkowski writes, “Adams’ pictures seem as dematerialized as the reflections on still water, or the shadows cast on morning mist.”
This shows that he spent time in Yosemite. The last and final example is in Source 2 when it says “When I first visited California, it was my good fortune to see the “big trees,” the Sequoias, and to travel down into the Yosemite, with John Muir.” Which also shows that he “visited” California. This all shows how President Roosevelt ’s and John Muir’s camping trip in Yosemite supported their goal to preserve nature. One of the reasons how they supported their goal to preserve nature are they admired nature.