Eugene and Berenice: Pioneers of Urban Photography
Often called the father of modern photography, Frenchman Eugène Atget embraced a heartfelt realism that influenced generations of younger photographers—including an American, Berenice Abbott, who championed him in his later career and carried on his legacy.
Frame By Frame
Directed by Alexandria Bombach and Mo Scarpelli
Language of Photography, The
The Series Includes : Introduction to Photography and Visual Literacy | Photography and the Brain | Decoding Photographic Images | Photographic Storytelling | Portraits and Snapshots | Photography: Making Art and Recording Life | Persuasion, Propaganda, and Photography | Truth or Fiction? Photography and Ethics