It is a genre of painting depicting scenes that happen in daily life such as cooking, having dinner, working, and so on. It can help people in a particular location comprehend their society, values, customs, and surroundings (“Painting in the Dutch,” n.d.). The painting always has a main character as human. The artists may depict their family, lover, friends, or even strangers. The characterisation can be authentic, visualisable, romanticised by the painters (“A room,” 2014).
A Photograph is one of the ways to preserve memories, event, and the moments. We take pictures for memorizing the moment or just want to see it later. Before camera that print out the photograph realistically, many cameras and print out methods developed for several decades. Camera Obscura, Daguerreotypes, calotypes, and Camera Lucida. Photographer used darkroom to print out a photograph.
Photography is an art form that can be used in many different ways. Some use photography in order to capture memorable moments, and others could use it to evoke inspiration and creativity in our peers. Many do not see the correlation between math and photography, but they are greatly related in things such as panoramas, conformal mapping, fractions, amount of light, hyperfocal distance, and other creativity based things. One way math is related to photography is panoramas. Panoramas are a series of photos from every direction from one point in a plane, so when it is all put together it creates one large photo from a single perspective.
How to See Yourself By: Nicholas Mirzoeff How you See Yourself is an essay written by Nicholas Mirzoeff. It is about how photographs and paintings are viewed by the observer and how the image is presented can leave the observer with multiple impressions. These impressions may leave the viewer with not only an impression of the individual portrayed in the painting or photograph, but also the society in which the image was produced. Mirzoeff touches upon how a self-portrait and a selfie are very similar. He uses the Webster dictionary definition of selfie and gives multiple examples of the context of the word.
Portraits of famous people also serve as means of inspiration for many. Those who are successful in certain fields provide an example for others to follow. 3. What change occurred in the 19th century in terms of the context of portraits? In the 19th century, portraits began to be created and collected in order to represent people that were important nationally, as opposed to those portraits for dynastic collections that were only important to certain families as signs of status.
In past, people mostly tried to bring out religious and mythological themes through their still life drawings or paintings. Since Church was the heart of everyday life, people drew the embedded system of the class hierarchy. However, by 16th century science overtook the religious world, so most of the artworks had something to do with science, and later on with the natural world. By the 19th century people were more interested and tried to display human nature, including their inner soul and psychological . Exposing still life artwork on canvas began in the 20th century when this type of art got involved with geometry.
1 “…photographs [are]…moments that [are] gone forever, impossible to reproduce” said Karl Lagerfeld. Photography is how moments are captured through observation of my surroundings, paying attention to types of photography, my philosophical view on photography, and the ups and downs of this passion of mine. Photography, the art of capturing moments, is more than a hobby, it is a passion through which I express my artistic skills and observation of my surroundings. 2 Photography is freezing a moment in the time continuum, and putting it into a frame, whether coloured or black and white. To start with, I was first photographed when I was born at Al-Hadi Hospital in Jabriya then when I first grew my first teeth that were another frame.
Photography has been around since the fifth century. Since then, this profession has advanced greatly throughout history. The word “photography” was created by a combination of Greek Root words, “photo”, meaning “light”, and “graphia”, meaning “writing” or “drawing”. We, as humans, have always been fascinated by the concept of being able to capture a moment within a picture and create a memory to keep and look back on. Photographs help us recall our past and can trigger different emotions from that memory.
The one which brings children’s literature authors and translators into a completely different perspective and it is called a picture book. A picture book is defined as a written narrative formed by words and pictures. Words and pictures, as Sipe (1998) said, work in a synergy. It means that the meaning of a picture book depends not only on the both words and pictures, but also on the interaction and transaction between them. Sipe’s synergy corresponds to term multimodality.
Why use picture books to learn English? There are picture books with short stories and books with longer texts, the variety of books seem endless and are for all ages. The traditional interpretation of picture books is that they are for younger people. This is in contrast to Birketveit & Williams (2013), who says several books also are for older pupils and adults. Indeed, they are authentic and an excellent way to use for grammar exercises and language learning.