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100 ideas que cambiaron la fotografía
100 ideas que cambiaron la fotografía

100 ideas que cambiaron la fotografía

100 ideas

PHOTOGRAPHY

216 Pages, 8.25 x 10.5

Formats: Trade Paper

Trade Paper, $9.95 (US $9.95) (CA $38.95)

Publication Date: January 2014

ISBN 9788498016253

Rights: US & CA

Blume (Jan 2014)

Price: $9.95
 
 

Overview

Chronicling the most influential ideas that have shaped photography—from the invention of the daguerreotype in the early 19th century to the digital revolution and beyond—this compelling book both entertains and educates readers seeking a wider knowledge of the subject. Arranged in a chronological order to show the development of this art form, the ideas that comprise the book include cultural movements, innovative concepts, new technologies, and social incidents. Through lively text and arresting visuals, every entry explores when each individual idea first evolved and its subsequent impact on photography. Describiendo las ideas más influyentes que han moldeado a la fotografía—desde la invención del daguerrotipo a comienzos del siglo XIX hasta la revolución digital y lo que le sigue—este atractivo libro entretiene y educa al lector que busca adquirir un conocimiento más amplio del tema. Organizadas de manera cronológica para mostrar el desarrollo de este medio artístico, las ideas que componen el libro incluyen movimientos culturales, conceptos innovadores, nuevas tecnologías y sucesos sociales. Mediante un texto animado e imágenes llamativas, todas las entradas exploran cuándo cada idea individual se desarrolló y cuál ha sido su impacto subsiguiente sobre la fotografía.

Author Biography

Mary Warner Marien is an art historian, an author, and a photography professor in the department of fine arts at Syracuse University. She is the author of Photography: A Cultural History and Photography and Its Critics. She lives in Syracuse, New York.