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Definition funny of Photographers:
What just about every scene kid and hipster under the age of 25 calls themselves these days. Many own Canon Rebel xtis and rely heavily on cropping and Photoshop filters to give their otherwise mundane photos an "artsy" feel. It is also not uncommon to see them wielding Lomography cameras (usually a Holga, now that they're sold at Urban Outfitters) on any given day. Typically, these "photographers" cite Diane Arbus, Robert Mapplethorpe, or, in the case of those Vice Magazine devotees, Terry Richardson, Cobrasnake, or Richard Kern, as major influences, because they couldn't name any other photographers to save their lives. The typical subjects of their photographs include, but are not limited to: pidgeon-toed girls in Converse that have been drawn on with ballpoint pens and/or Sharpies, flowers/weeds growing out of cracks in sidewalks, juxtapositions of objects that typically don't go together (in one such case, a Queen of Hearts playing card on a cracked sidewalk), a girl who looks like something out of an American Apparel ad smoking a cigarette, decaying buildings, and just about anything that looks "vintage" (ie, yellowing washing machines in a laundromat).
16-year-old Dylan took to calling herself a photographer after receiving her Canon Rebel for Christmas, and snapping a few photos of sidewalks in Decatur. "These photos represent the irony of life," she said. "And you represent the bane of modern photography," David replied.
A photographer is a person who takes photographs using a camera. A professional photographer uses photography to make a living, while amateur photographers take photographs for pleasure and to record an event, place or person. Not all photographers are scene or emo kids and not all rely heavily on photoshop or any other photo editing software (such as GIMP, Lightroom, photobucket, etc) to make their photos look unique. Some photographers actually are photographers, not just "What just about every scene kid and hipster under the age of 25 calls themselves these days.". Some actually shoot photographs for a purpose rather than because it is the "cool" thing to do at the moment. Some great photographers are Ansel Adams, Diane Arbus, Les Forrester, Lara Jade, Andrew Gransden, Joe Rosenthal, Jill Greenberg, and Annie Leibovitz. A photographer may stick to one subject area, such as portraiture or nature strictly, but quite a few usually spread their subject areas among many different kinds of photography, such as nature, portraiture, still life, photojournalism, urban & rural, and architecture, just to name a few.
She became a photographer in hopes that she would one day become as great as Ansel Adams.
person who, despite their best efforts, can't help but to take: 1.) an enormous amount of photos 2.) a normal amount of photos that always turn out to be amazing aka: shutterbug
~CAUTION~ people might POSE as a photographer; in reality they are stalking you when they use that long lens to see inside your window
Term often misused to describe a "Camera Owner." Photographer should define to individuals using cameras who are dedicated, show some level of skill, talent, or expertise, and usually persist in taking pictures for extended periods of their life. Buy a piano you aren't automatically a pianist. Buy a plane and you aren't automatically a pilot. Buy a camera and you're a photographer.
Songs about Photographers:
Act II from the Photographer by Michael Riesman, cond. The Philip Glass Ensemble from the Album The Philip Glass Ensemble - A Retrospective
The Lost Angel (Photographer Remix) by Blue Tente from the Album The Lost Angel
Who's Afraid Of 138?! (Photographer Remix) by Armin van Buuren from the Album Who's Afraid Of 138?!
Rise (Photographer Remix) by Talla 2XLC feat. Skye from the Album Rise
The Photographer/"A Gentleman's Honor" (Instrumental) by Michael Riesman;Philip Glass Ensemble;Paul Zukofsky from the Album Glass: The Photographer
The Photographer/Act II by Michael Riesman;Philip Glass Ensemble;Paul Zukofsky from the Album Glass: The Photographer
The Photographer/"A Gentleman's Honor" (Vocal) by Michael Riesman;Philip Glass Ensemble;Paul Zukofsky from the Album Glass: The Photographer
Books about Photographers:
The Photographer by Ernest Cole (Nov 11, 2010)
The Photographer by M. P. Rey (Jan 16, 2014)
The Photographer's Eye: Composition and Design for Better Digital Photos by Michael Freeman (May 23, 2007)
The Photographer's Playbook: 307 Assignments and Ideas by Jason Fulford and Gregory Halpern (Jun 30, 2014)
Vivian Maier: A Photographer Found by John Maloof (Oct 28, 2014)
The Photographer's Wife by Nick Alexander (Oct 1, 2014)
Photographer's Guide to the Sony Dsc-Rx100 III by Alexander S. White (Aug 15, 2014)
Movies about Photographers:
Riviera Cocktail: Edward Quinn, Photographer, Nice 2008 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr 38 mins Directed by: Unavailable
The President's Photographer: Fifty Years Inside the Oval Office 2010 TV-PG CC -
Matlock: Season 1 2008 NR - Runtime: 19 hrs Starring: Andy Griffith
Mission: Impossible - The Second TV Season 1966 NR - Runtime: 20 hrs 54 mins Starring: Barbara Bain Directed by: Leslie H. Martinson, Leonard Horn, et al.
Alfred Eisenstadt: photographer 2012 NR - Runtime: 29 mins Directed by: CustomFlix
The Wind in the Willows - The Complete Second Series 2005 NR - Runtime: 4 hrs 20 mins Starring: Richard Pearson, Peter Sallis, et al. Directed by: Chris Taylor, Jackie Cockle and Mark Hall
National Geographic's The Photographers 1996 NR - Runtime: 56 mins Starring: Keith David
Wiki information Photographers:
Paparazzi, are photographers who take pictures of athletes, entertainers, politicians, and other celebrities, usually while they are going about normal life routines. Paparazzi tend to be independent contractors, unaffiliated with any mainstream...
The Photographers' Gallery was founded in London in 1971, and was the first independent gallery in Britain that was devoted entirely to photography. It also hosts a café and bookshop. Exhibitions in the gallery have included one-person exhibitions of...