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Descriptive Photography.

A descriptive image, that tells a story and evokes emotion.  A Descriptive photograph is only used to describe something and provides no other use.Image

 

David Campbell – The Starving child as a Symbolic Marker 

http://www.david-campbell.org/2011/05/16/thinking-images-v-17-starving-child-as-symbolic-marker/

 

Explanatory Photography. 

Are images that help to understand something that is hard to see without using a camera. This image helps the veiwer in learning that 4 horses hooves left the ground at the same time. This was realised through the capturing of the image, 

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 Eadweard Muybridge’s ‘ Galloping Horse 1878′

Interpretive Photography.

Images that are not scientifically accurate but tend to be more subjective in their delivery. The image shows the scene but focuses mainly on viewer interpretation.

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Roman Sakovich – How Drug Abuse Affects The Body 

 

Ethically Evaluative Photography.

This is an image that makes an ethical judgment. The image can either have a positive or negative view on a particular aspect in society.

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Kevin Carter – THE VULTURE AND THE STARVING CHILD

 

 

Aesthetically Evaluative Photography.

Is a beautiful subject captured in a beautiful way. landscapes and still life images are aesthetically evaluative images, their main focus is on the beauty of the subject. 

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Simon Beedle – landscape 

 http://simonbeedle.com/

 

Theoretical Photography.

Images that observe art or the creating. of art

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Taylor Wood – http://averymccarthy.blogspot.com.au/2009/08/photography-by-sam-taylor-wood.html

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Makeup artist, Photographer.

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