What impact did the invention of the camera influence the world of 2 dimensional art?
The beginning of modern photojournalism took place in 1925, in Germany. The event was the invention of the first 35 mm camera, the Leica. It was designed as a way to use surplus movie film, then shot in the 35 mm format. Before this, a photo of professional quality required bulky equipment; after this photographers could go just about anywhere and take photos unobtrusively, without bulky lights or tripods. The difference was dramatic, for primarily posed photos, with people award of the photographer's presence, to new, natural photos of people as they really lived. Added to this was another invention originally from Germany, the photojournalism magazine. From the mid-1920s, Germany, at first, experimented with the combination of two old ideas. Old was the direct publication of photos; that was available after about 1890, and by the early 20th century, some publications, newspaper-style and magazine, were devoted primarily to illustrations. But the difference of photo magazines beginning in the 1920s was the collaboration--instead of isolated photos, laid out like in your photo album, editors and photographers begin to work together to produce an actual story told by pictures and words, or cutlines. In this concept, photographers would shoot many more photos than they needed, and transfer them to editors. Editors would examine contact sheets, that is, sheets with all the photos on them in miniature form (now done using Photoshop software), and choose those he or she best believed told the story. As important in the new photojournalism style was the layout and writing. Cutlines, or captions, helped tell the story along with the photos, guiding the reader through the illustrations, and photos were no longer published like a family album, or individually, just to illustrate a story. The written story was kept to a minimum, and the one, dominant, theme-setting photo would be published larger, while others would help reinforce this theme. The combination of photography and journalism, or photojournalism--a term coined by Frank Luther Mott, historian and dean of the University of Missouri School of Journalism--really became familiar after World War II (1939-1945). Germany's photo magazines established the concept, but Hitler's rise to power in 1933 led to suppression and persecution of most of the editors, who generally fled the country. Many came to the United States.
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Answer . Germany was an occupied country, with half going to Russia and the other half to the West. Also put more momentum into forming the United Nations to keep a world war from happening again
From what I have learned it had a major impact on society of that time. If you had a photo taken of yourself, family, etc. it was a sign of wealth. This now enabled newspapers to use photography. An incredibly large impact was how photography was an entire new art form to emerge. the camera makes me… happy ( Full Answer )
It appears that nearly anywhere in the world...from the 50's & 60's onward, people of other nations (anywhere) connected Coca-Cola, Cigarettes (the Marlboro Man), A good beer, a car, Rock 'n Roll, and the almighty dollar...to the United States.
The impact ww2 had on the world were; - Created the United Nations NATO - The world was in debt - Stalin came into power
When WWII ended, the United Nations, North Atlantic Treaty Organization and the Warsaw Pact had been formed and communism had spread. Also, many places were in ruins.
Influential contributions to culture have a kind of immortality.The best place to observe this is in architecture. It is notuncommon for even starkly modern buildings to have stylised Romanarches and columns. Language, too, even while changing, keeps itslink with the past, so that the make up of a w…ord like"conspirators" (literally those who "breathe together") still hassome ring of its original sense. In literature, it is often saidthat we are always telling over and over the same stories and thisis because much of our literature can be traced back to prehistoricmyths. In other arts, such as music, there was a more or less completebreak with the past with the fall of the Roman Empire. Nonetheless,the survival of Roman sculpture and literature had a tremendousinfluence on the works of the Renaissance and the discovery of theburied cities of Pompei and Herculaneum brought about renewedinterest in classical styles in the period before the IndustrialRevolution. Also the Cubist painter Ferdnand Leger was strongly influenced byroman art as also the German Expressionist painter Max Beckmann.Roman art was an alternative for Classical or Greec art for manyartists who looked for their art roots, as the abstract sculptorWotruba and Henry Moore.| ( Full Answer )
It was the unfinished business of World War I, which had beenmistakenly called 'the war to end wars'. The influences were theusual suspects - those with self interest, self advancement andthose with supposed national interest at heart. The victims werethe hundreds of millions of soldiers and civilia…ns who responded toor were forced to participate and suffer the consequences. ( Full Answer )
WWII ended the USA's isolationism and caused us to be more involved in the rest of the world, doing our best to stop the spread of communism. WWII also aided the USA's and the world's advancement in weapons and general technology (Ex- the atomic bomb). African American soldiers that fought in the wa…r came home and expected America to give them a warm welcome, although some won awards, America remained heavily segregated, thus sparking the true beginning of the Civil Rights Movement. The war also aided the USA economically. ( Full Answer )
A variety of cameras wee used in the conflict! To the photographic battle shoots a good many specialized cameras wee adapted or evolv ed rather like the Jeep./ I can say faioly accuratley that the Speed Graphics(since l9l2) took the field, literally, and there wee various specialized spy and aerial …cameras. The Czarist uised a very advanced camera called the Ouioliamin designed by an Army engineer. The Oulilamin was a specialized roll-film job with a fully enclosed telephoto lens of l000MM, and had internal F-stops somethign rare in l909 when it was patented. this Russain camer ahad a neat built in leather case and among other advancements, two separate systems of sights, a separate horizon camera for aerial work, and get this a built in Altimeter which would record the altitude on the negatives! Had some civilian applicaitons of course and they certia,y were used by The Imperial Family-quite possibnly the youngerst Grand duchess(who was an avid shutterbug) may havbe had one! some day an Ouiliamin (wee-Lee a meen) in a purple leather case marked with a crowned AR migvbht well show up, That would be priceless. Ont he other sidce the Germans used all kinds of Zeiss cameras with stereoscopic rangefinders up on the forward-obsewrvaiton staitons of Battleships. well that"s for starrters on the War I front. M ( Full Answer )
Picasso was against the war so he drew pictures that used keep color and used symbolic subjetcs.. During World War I (1914-1918), Picasso went to Rome, working as a designer with Sergey Diaghilev and the Ballets Russes. He met and married the dancer Olga Koklova. In a realist style, Picasso made se…veral portraits of her around 1917, of their son, and of numerous friends. In the early 1920s he did tranquil, neoclassical pictures of heavy, sculpturesque figures, an example being Three Women at the Spring, and works inspired by mythology, such as The Pipes of Pan. At the same time, Picasso also created strange pictures of small-headed bathers and violent convulsive portraits of women which are often taken to indicate the tension he experienced in his marriage. Although he stated he was not a surrealist, many of his pictures have a surreal and disturbing quality, as in Sleeping Woman in Armchair and Seated Bather. ( Full Answer )
Quite a broad question... Art itself (representational art) often changes the way other areas of the art world (such as Film and photography) progress.. It gives the people of the world, or those who experience the piece, an idea of how the Artist views/hears the said subject. Artists becom…e popular because of artistic skill, or because of their asthetically pleasing theory/practice. Advertising and design are often influenced by the art of music, drawing or painting.. ( Full Answer )
There is much art and literature with Christ or Christian themes. Don't forget music!!! And Architecture!!
During the Dark Ages, life revolved around Christianity (in Europe). It would be a considered a sin to produce art such as the art Michelangelo and his peers produced. Michelangelo's sculptures in particular showed human perfection. In Medieval Ages, this would be like a comparing yourself to God. I…n the Renaissance, the idea of human perfection displayed in art was accepted, and marveled at. Romanesque. Artists (and architects) such as Michelangelo, were inspired of the Classical times of the ancient Greeks and Romans. Many artists incorporated mythological themes of this time into their artwork. Italian Renaissance artists perfected the Classical technique to produce a whole new, and truly amazing kind of art. ( Full Answer )
Pop art impacted the world heaps it made every thing better because it is really easy to draw advertisements but it also heaped a heap of artist become fames
There are many things in the art world that have had a greatimpact. These things include people and landscapes.
This is one persons opinion, an excerpt, and the site: One of the key "lessons" Hussey received from those artists concerned the value of geometric shapes that help in finding unexpected vantage points, leading viewers' attention into and around the pictorial space, and establishing links betwee…n areas of the picture. . http://www.myamericanartist.com/2007/12/peter-hussey-th.html ( Full Answer )
Artistic paintings were existing in the Philippines even in the 16th century for religious propaganda. Later water color paintings, landscapes, battle scenes, etc. were introduced. Bamboo poles and bamboo sticks were traditional dances practiced even today. Weaving on looms, weaving baskets, etc. we…re other traditional practices that influence the Philippines today. ( Full Answer )
Art has influenced the foundation of buildings, sculptures, paintings, architectual work. Leonardo Da Vinci, Michaelangelo, and Shakespeare were some of our most famous influences. It is a medium for people to express themselves and for people to make the world a more beautiful place to be in.
Yes, it certainly did. Some painters used a camera instead of sketching in front of a subject. Later on, around 1900, we find painters (and groups of painters) who held the view that painting should not try to achieve the same thing as photography, i.e. to copy reality. So there are all the -isms th…at are not realistic . ( Full Answer )
Two dimensional media is divided into two distinct categories. What is the different between the two?
it has a huge impact as literal images are usually forbidden and so words become the primary expression of art.
Art influences the world because it involves everything - painting,sculpture, performance arts, music, fashion design - every facet ofour lives is art. It is a means of communication that crosses allbarriers.
He influenced the art world by giving new perspectives on art. He also used his great knowledge of maths to paint.
Photography was the perfect solution to art in the time of the enlightenment; scientific, reasonablewithout unnecessary flourishes. However the invention of photography changed the value of art - it could no longer be stated that art made after the invention of photography was only valuable as a sna…pshot of that time period; for that was the job of the camera. In a sense art was given a higher value as it portrayed a personal perception connected with historical events and philosophy. ( Full Answer )
No, it would just be physically effected by the gravity and radiation from three suns instead of just one but it would still have the same physical dimensions.
He also became famous for making the math triangle or the Pascal's triangle named in his honor
the coca cola beverage, whose unit sales totaled a mere 3,200 servings in 1886 that is (9 drinks per day) today called the worlds most popular soft drink in the world--accounting for billions of servings at restuarants in 195 countries.
According to multiple theories, there are only two known things in this world that are two dimensional (and no, paper is not one of them). The two things are shadows and reflections.Think about it.In order for something to be 2-D, it cannot have any depth. Shadows and reflections have a length and a… width, but not a depth. Also, for those of you who are wondering why paper is not 2-D, here's the answer. Although paper is quite thin, it still has a depth. You can feel it.This is a theory to ponder. Scientists and mathematicians alike have recognized that the facts stated above are accurate. ( Full Answer )
He himself claimed his own contribution to art was: 'nothing, absolutely nothing' in a 1970's interview. He then said he was a bad painter and if he ever painted anything good, he would die the next week.
Thomas Edison invented the lightbulb. Without light, the actors/actresses cannot see where they were going. With the lightbulb, they can put on show in both the daytime and night.
The world was impacted with the deaths of 50-72 million people. It saw several countries change government. The United Nations was also created. Economics were changed because the war drug the entire world out of the Great Depression. The war also changed the high level of pacifism that was p…resent before it. If there is anything more specific, let me know. ( Full Answer )
How and why did the invention of the camera influence the popularity of impressionism and abstract art?
The invention of the camara influenced the popularity of impressionism and abstract art because when they invented the camera they did something very important by the trigger of that thing it did something else important.So the inventor of the camera became famouse.While his wife, Chelsea Angustina,… started to create more and more art that he could sell. ( Full Answer )
It really made us proud of our country and make us want to help the war effort.
The invention of the printing press impacted the world of artbecause it meant that images could be reproduced on a mass scale.This led to a significant increase in the amount of people who hadaccess to art.
WWII was unusual in that for the first time in modern history (perhaps 500 years?), civilians were killed in greater numbers than soldiers. This was despite WWII being the bloodiest 'soldiers' war in all history. It is estimated that about 30,000,000 soldiers died in the conflict from battle ( a f…ew million more from mistreatment at POWs, roughly half and half Allied and Axis). However, over 50,000,000 civilians died. Civilians were deliberately targeted by the bombing raids conducted by the British against German targets, this being British government policy during the conflict. American bombers tried to be more 'accurate' and only attack targets of some military value - industries, military targets - but still caused many civilian deaths. German retaliation again Britain was by necessity scattered, killing perhaps 1/10th the number killed by British air crews. Politically, World War 2 resulted in a weaker influence of Western Europe. Previously, Western Europe had shaped much of the way the world ran. After World War 2, though, when these nations were exhausted economically, militarily, etc. they began to BE shaped. The result was a bipolar equilibrium, that is, two superpowers: the United States and the Soviet Union. In Russia there were millions of civilians who died. Some were targets of Nazi racial policy (Jews) and political motivation (communist party members). German military actions also killed many civilians such as the 1942 air raid on Stalingrad that killed about 60,000. Many civilians died of starvation to a large extent due to the Russian government policy of destroying all food supplies they could during retreats. Otherwise, the Russian army used civilians of all ages as cannon fodder to rush German defensive positions (useful to identify gun emplacements or even to just force the Germans to use up ammunition). Russians forces continued their brutal ways as they entered Germany and Poland. Probably two million defenseless German civilians were murdered outright by their armies. Militarily, new technologies, from much improved tanks and airplanes to the deadly atomic bomb, had been developed to make wars faster and more brutal. Other developments that pertained to daily life were nylon, various other synthetics and other practical inventions. World War 2 brought about many changes. Women were finally granted the right to participate in voting in France and Italy. Women were also much more exposed to the work force as most of the men were off into the war. Here is more input: . The Allied forces won WWII, and it pulled America out of the Great Depression, along with Great Britain and France who were still trying to pay us back from WWI. You see, we gave money to Germany to help pull them out of a depression, and Germany gave that money to Great Britain and France for war debts. GB and France would then give the money back to us, completing the circle. When we went into the Great Depression this money stopped flowing. . That requires a LONG answer, but in general terms it could be said that: The world got to be divided in two (mainly). Bloc 1, led by the USA/UK and the other one by the USSR and later on, Communist China. Communism expanded over the world, colonialism started to disappear for good (in theory!), and later, in '48, the Republic of Israel was formed, among other countries, but due to its position in the map this one is very special, also let's not forget that the Jews were just surviving the Holocaust. There is a lot more in expansion of Commmunism and the cold war, and the foundation of U.N.O. but that is too long to be answered here. . During the last year of WWII in Europe, the USSR had liberated the Eastern half of Europe, and the Allies had liberated the Western Half. After the war ended the USSR refused to retreat back to its old borders. (They DID capture this land fairly, had suffered the most deaths in the war, and when that happens you sorta do get pissed off...) When WWII ended it left Europe divided in two: Communism and Democracy. Patton during WWII had predicted that after the Axis was defeated the next enemy would be Communism. How right he was.! . After WWII the US entered the longest "war" it had ever been in through its history. Aside from the Cold War, we do still suffer from effects of WWII. In the second Persian Gulf war its impossible for Germany or Japan to provide military support due to the fact that they can't build up any army larger than a defense force. . In 1949, 12 nation set up the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). Then in 1954, the South East Asia Treaty was created for defense of the Far East, created by Australia, Britain, France, New Zealand, Pakistan, the Philippines, Thailand, and the United States. . The good effects: More people had a job. Women had a chance to work. Independence for some nations. Hitler died. U.S.A had a end to their depression. The bad effects: Lots of people died. Bombs destroyed many buildings. Food shortage for nations. Children had their parents leave them to go to war. People lost family members. World was divided. Many countries became Communist. Countries were also short of food for a few years after the war. . The brutality did not end with the end of the war either. In particular the Soviets continued to brutalize the people of eastern Europe, especially the German civilians. Other nations such as the Chezchs, Poles, and French also killed many German civilians after the war. . The barriers of civilization that were broken down in WWI have never been repaired. WWII was merely the opening act to the modern warfare technique of deliberately killing civilians. Thus we see the wave of terrorist attacks against police, schools, and religious persons in Iraq and other nations right up to the the major world powers targeting each others populations centers with atomic weapons. . The end of the WW II led to imperialistic domination of USA, USSR in the world. AS the result, world witnessed strong opposing Superpowers trying to influence Third World countries, fighting wars on their soil and killing their weak economies. WW II was not fought for people, but greedy leaders... COLD WAR that's the main result of WW II, arms race, nuclear warheads built-up, your so-called 'democracy' vs. Communism - that's what was the result of horrible accident of people's stupidity. . Some of the effects of World War 2 were the destruction of cities and families and the unprecedentedly large number of deaths amongst civilians and soldiers. Those are the obvious answers. Another after effect of World War 2 was the Cold War. The world lived with the threat of nucleur warfare between the two most powerful nations, the United States and the Soviet Union. . Please have the hospitality of visiting a website: http://www.freewebs.com/dday060644 The site is a tribute to the men who fought in died in the Normandy landings on D-Day created by a 14 year old. (Something you should take the interest in learning about if you haven't already.) ( Full Answer )
Betsy Ross had an affect on the society because she created thesymbol ofo our country that showed our freedom from Great Britain.
the enimeys could take pisc and then send it to there people to learn your territory better
War leads to innovation, so the number of inventions that were made during World War 2 is extraordinary. Inventions from the Atomic Bomb to the Jet engine all originated from that time. Ill list a few from some of the major country's involved in WW2 USA: 1. The Atomic Bomb 2. Napalm 3. Ames Proc…ess Germany 1. The V-2 Rocket 2. The Panzer Tank 3. The Jet aircraft 4 The Z3 computer Britain 1. The Seafire (a plane) 2. The Sten submachine gun 3. The Cavity Magnetron USSR 1. The F1 hand grenade 2. The PPSh-41 submachine gun 3. The RPG-43 Anti-Tank Grenade Japan 1. Revolutionized Aircraft carrier warfare 2. The A6M also known as the Zero 3. The Kamikaze Aircraft such as the MXY-7 Ohka Inventions lined the war as each side looked for ways to one up the other. From advances in medicine to rocketry, the inventions during ww2 helped make the world what it is today. ( Full Answer )
Paper is made by cutting pieces of wood from trees and thinning it small and some other stuff done by machines to make it look more factory-made. well paper has quite a lot of uses so I'm sure it made a GREAT impact on the world. for instance: Japan could now create the essence of Origami. also the …more obvious and probably the first use of paper was to draw on. paper was a very great way to fill up the hole of boredom- and it still is! Paper is light and can be written on easily. If it wasn't for paper, then we'd probably still be carving on rocks and writing on bamboo and silk! But we also need to thank the pen, or else we'd have nothing to write with! . Paper was first invented in China and basically the same processed is still used today. First chop up the wood into coarse "sawdust". Second use a solvent (early pulp paper used acidic solvents which yellowed the paper over time, modern solvents are usually nonacidic) to dissolve the lignin to make a wood paste. Third spread the paste on a "web" and allow it to dry (solvent evaporate, the lignin resolidifies). Fourth remove the paper from the "web" and trim to desired size. One major impact was development of paper money, making economic growth rates independent of supplies of precious metals. ( Full Answer )
Two dimensional art is flat (paintings, drawings, etc), while three dimensional art is usually an object (sculpture, bas-relief carving, pottery, etc).
Mostly for religious purposes. Also, many portraits were commissioned for the wealthy. The camera completely changed the meaning of art and perhaps spread it a bit too thin (reproduction and the loss of aura (walter benjamin)).
It eliminated a large number of human computer jobs. . It created a large number of computer programmer and computer operator jobs.
One way is that he invented the light bulb, and without it, we would be left with small flames/candles to light our paths. Also, he invented the phonograph, which allowed us to record sounds for the first time. Without that, the telegraph would not exist and we wouldn't be able to listen to "non-liv…e" music for a long while. In addition to that, people would not be able to DJ with a turntable because it consists of the same basic structure. ( Full Answer )
it impacted the world cause without matches we wouldn't be able to have lighters to light stuff:)
The artists no longer had to paint precisely. They were able to paint freely and not record major events in their artwork.
We use telephones every day. My family has a lind line(for those who need to call our family) and a business line( for business). we also each have cell hones that help us with our day-to-day life. Without phones, comunication would be nearly impossible to contact far away relatives or friends and i…mpossible to those across the sea. ( Full Answer )
his invention impact the world because we need it to have computers and other things.
art majors are scared of technology but if it's made by apple suddenly it's awesome.
No. During the 1940s CCTV was not invented. Soldiers would carry cameras with them to capture footage which is how you get all the footage in the history programs you see.
The Greek Art had incorporated various fields of life into one medium. It formed the base for providing guidlines to modern world in fields like medicine, mechanics, architecture, and social lifestyle.