A&F Short but Sweet: Episode 01 Anna Atkins
Arts and Facts is a volunteer, student run, art history podcast and blog through Utah Valley University, supported by UVU's Action Learning Community.
Dépôt légal du ministère de la Culture
Vous trouverez sur cette page l'ensemble des sites Internet du ministère de la Culture ayant fait l'objet d'un dépôt légal auprès de la Bibliothèque nationale de France. Ces sites ne sont plus consultables en ligne mais uniquement dans les salles de consultation de la BnF, sur le site de Tolbi
ROP Photography 1st Semester Final
Flickr: Yury Prokopenko This beautiful photograph was taken in Belmont Newcastle, Australia with a Canon EOS 5D. In my opinion, I think this photograph is absolutely magnificent! The photographer effectively uses the rule of thirds to highlight the beautiful and colorful clouds in the sky.He also incorporated HDR to make the image more vivid, colorful and detailed. I really like how the dock emerges from the bottom right corner and moves to the center of the photograph. I also admire how the…
John Adams Whipple | The Moon | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
In December 1849, John Whipple made his first photograph of the moon, a daguerreotype taken through the telescope at the Harvard College Observatory in Cambridge. Although he did not make the first lunar photograph in America, in terms of accuracy and aesthetics Whipple produced what were internationally recognized as the most sublime photographs of the moon
William Fox Talbot (1800-1877), La meule de foin (The Haystack) Avril 1844. Epreuve sur papier salé d’après un négatif papier. 16,2 x 21 cm. National Media Museum, Bradford, UK © The RPS Collection at...
The Crystal Palace at Hyde Park, London (Getty Museum)
The Crystal Palace at Hyde Park, London; John Jabez Edwin Mayall (English, 1813 - 1901); London, England; 1851; Daguerreotype; 30.5 × 24.6 cm (12 × 9 11/16 in.); 84.XT.955; The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles; Rights Statement: No Copyright - United States