Typologies - Campbell County Schools

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Photographic Typologies
An image study in:
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unity
variety
composition
repetition
ty·pol·o·gy (tīˈpäləjē) n. pl.
The study or systematic classification of
types that have characteristics or traits
in common
Bernd and Hilla Becher
German
1960s-2000s
documentary/conceptual
photography
Bernd and Hilla Becher
Water Towers
Bernd and Hilla Becher. Winding Towers, Belgium,
Germany. 1971–91. Gelatin silver prints
Bernd and Hilla Becher
Blast Furnaces
Bernd and Hilla Becher Gas Tanks, 1983-92
Sarcoptiform
Take Out Beverage Lids Collected in the 1990's. and early
00's
Student Examples
What not to do…
HOMEWORK:
• Shoot at least 2 typologies.
• Shoot at least 20 images for each.
• (that makes 40 pics total)
• Focus on unity in subject, background
and shooting.
• Use a stationary camera/tripod.
• CONSISTENCY
• Lighting
• Distance from camera
• Position in frame
• Low aperture/macro setting
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