Jesse James was a very horrible man that a lot of people looked up to for some reason. He was into a lot of criminal activity that got him into some trouble. Not with just the law but with other people as well, so he always had to keep a lookout for people that looked suspicious. But one day he didn't keep a good enough eye out and it got him in trouble. So here are the events that lead up to Jesse James criminal career and eventually his death.
Ansel Adams was an American photographer who was also an environmentalist. He was known for his black and white photographs of landscapes. He became a famous photographer because he helped found the photography department of the Museum of Modern Art in 1940. His motivation occurred after his family took a trip to the Yosemite National Park, which is where he took photographs for the first time. Ansel Adams made a huge impact on photography because of his technological advances like the Zone System, environmental work, and beautiful black and white photographs.
James McGill finished numerous things amid his lifetime. He cut another life for himself in the Canadian wild while scarcely out of his high schoolers. He thrived as a hide dealer, regardless of intense and perilous conditions. He was a spouse and stepfather with a solid commitment to open administration. In any case, of every one of his achievements, one Governor General Award-winning author Hugh MacLennan called "the most critical demonstration of his life": James McGill composed his will.
The picture of David Kirby laying in his deathbed is a very ironic photograph. David Kirby passed away in the early 1900 's due to AIDS ("David" 1). This picture that Therese Frare took was one of the most important photos of a individual with AIDS because it went public very fast (Cosgrove 1). The AIDS epidemic is looked at very different now than is was in the 1990 's. A lot of people were unaware of the damage aid can do on a human being.
In other words, McCloskey drew pictures of nature in such a way as to allow viewers see its beauty. For instance, the shadows created by the clouds seem so authentic that it allows the reader to appreciate them. This natural image is also viewed in McCloskey’s pictures
Ansel Adams stated, “A great photograph is a full expression of what one feels about what is being photographed in the deepest sense and is, thereby, a true expression of what one feels about life in its entirety.” Have you ever wonder where photography first started? Have you ever wondered who made photography what it is today? What type of impact particular photographers had on photography? Alfred Stieglitz was a man who had big aspirations in his lifetime but did it so easily in with coming from a wealthy family.
"The photographic image is the object itself, the object freed from the conditions of time and space that govern it. No matter how fuzzy, distorted, or discolored, no matter how lacking, in documentary value the image may be, it shares, by virtue of the very process of its be- coming, the being of the model of which it is the reproduction; it is the model." "Photography does not create eternity, as art does, it embalms time, rescuing it simply from its proper corruption. The aesthetic qualities of photography are to be sought in its power to lay bare the realities."
The unknown landscapes also allowed artists like Thomas Cole, John Vanderlyn and James McDonald to embellish or magnify the grandeur of the subject (NYS Conservationist 6,
Lester Iradell Horton was born in Indianapolis, India on January 23,1906. Not very much was known about his early life. Horton studied ballet for two years with a local teacher in Indianapolis. He was also taking classes at Herron Art Institute and worked with the Indianapolis Theater. Not very long after he began to work for sculptress Kathleen Stuberg. Producing wax figures and Horton painted faces on the window mannequins. In 1926, he became acquainted with Clara Bates. She was involved in producing and directing theater. Bates and Horton interest merged, when Bates developed a pageant based on Longfellow’s poem The Song of Hiawatha, performed in 1926 and 1927. Horton arranged the dances, did some of the staging, created costumes, and played
Nicknamed the “Buckeye Bullet,” Jesse Owens is notable the most famous athlete in track & field history and was a four-time Olympic gold medalist. Owens family moved up north from Alabama as part of the ‘Great Migration,’ and settled in Cleveland, Ohio. He is a graduate of East Tech High School & THE Ohio State University. The significance of Owen’s first Olympic experience is that it was in 1936 in Berlin, Germany during the Holocaust. Many speculated that Hitler was upset that Owens had won, but in fact it was President Roosevelt who never acknowledged Jesse’s accomplishments.
Billy Mills was in Haskell Institute and decided to run while he was there. Haskell Institute is located in Kansas, U.S. When he went there it was a boarding school. He is an Indian from the Oglala Lakota Sioux tribe. He was born on June 30, 1938. He use to be a boxer and a runner when he was a youth, he gave up boxing to focus on his running. He is married to Pat Mills. They have three kids Christy, Lisa, and Billie Jo Anne. He lives in Sacramento, California with his family.
These photographers and filmmakers are significant for the blending of science and art that criticized culture and ideology. As we shall see later in this book, photos (and media) with a purpose live on and documentarians continue to emulate many of these stylistic techniques practicing the science of ecology of the