The Genius of Photography IV
T1: Why did Garry Winogrand take photographs?
He took photographs to “see what the world looked like, photographed”
T2: Why did “citizens evolve from blurs to solid flesh”?
As technology evolved, short exposures became possible and people moving in the streets ceased to be simply blurred.
T3: What was/is the “much misunderstood theory”?
The decisive moment.
T4: Who was the godfather of street photography in the USA?
T5: Who was Paul Martin and what did he do?
Paul Martin was a 19th century photographer who took revealing pictures of the English seaside.
T6: Who said “When I was growing up photographers were either nerds or pornographers”?
Photographer Ed Ruscha.
T7: Why does William Eggleston photograph in colour?
William Eggleston photographed in colour for more realistic images.
T8: What is William Eggleston about?
William Eggleston is about “photographing life today”.