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The Genius of Photography 摄影演义


In the course of our 170 year relationship, photography has delighted us, served us, moved us, outraged us and occasionally disappointed us. But mainly, it has intrigued us by showing the secret strangeness that lies beneath the world of appearances. And that is photography's true genius.





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【整理】——sylvia_qian

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In Germany, humanity was facing obliteration of another kind. August Sander, who could give a black circus performer as much human dignity as a burgomaster, inevitably fell foul of those who were planning a master race. The Nazis had their own idea of what photographic typologies were for—cataloging racial types, for example.

“A government that prized sameness and prized a certain highly idealized version of what its people ought to be, simply could not stand all of the idiosyncrasy that you see in, in Sander's pictures. Every one of his people is frail, flawed human, highly imperfect, troubled, worried. That's not to the world of the master race, absolutely not.”

The Nazis banned Sander's book, and the printing plates were destroyed. But the further Germany descended into its collective madness, the harder Sander clung to his typology. The Nazis may’ve had no place for him in their system, but he made a place for them in his.

“When the National Socialists came to power in 1933, he also felt that it was his duty to document these people too. He photographed these people with the same clarity as he did anybody else, as he did with the Jewish people who came to him, and the images you see in the books, the persecuted Jews. Well, many people don't realize that they were passport pictures. People came to Sander to get their passport picture done for immigration.”

“So this is in 1938 and this is Persecuted Man, and again the hands tell a lot, don't they? He's really, he, all his fingernails are bitten, and his uh, his hands all scrunched up. And then his son. It takes a while, you know, to decode, to find this is his son, his son Eric, but there he is.”

Sander's son Eric was a communist. When he was arrested in 1934, Sander arranged to have his photograph taken in his prison cell. He died, still a prisoner, ten years later. Sander photographed his death mask. It appears in the category called "The Last People."

 

Vocabulary:

 

burgomasterthe chief magistrate of a town in some European countries

fall foul of: come into conflict with

                 He fell foul of his boss and lost his job.

master race: a race of people who consider themselves better than

other races, and who believe that they should rule over

them

idiosyncrasy: If you talk about the idiosyncrasies of someone or something, you are referring to their rather unusual habits or characteristics.

The book is a gem of Victorian idiosyncrasy.

cling to: to continue to believe or do something, even though it may

not be true or useful any longer

He clung to the hope that she would be cured.

scrunch: crush or squeeze into a compact mass

  

 

[ 本帖最后由 sylvia_qian 于 2008-7-24 20:50 编辑 ]

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Homework (好难哈...)

 

In Germany, humanity was facing obliteration of another kind. August Sander, who could give up a black / performer as much human dignity as a beggar master. Inevitably feel fond of those who were planning a master race. The Nazis had the old idea of what photographic typologies before, Cataloging Racial Times for example.

 

A government that prized sameness and prized a certain highly idealized version of what its people want to be, simply could not sand all of these secrecy, you see, in some of these pictures. Everyone if his people is frail, / human, highly imperfect, troubled, worried. That's not, to the world of the master race, absolutely none.

 

The Nazis banned Sander's book and the printing place was destroyed. But the father, Germany descendant into its collective /, the / Sunder clung to his typology. The Nazis may have no places for him in their system, but he made a place for them in his.

 

When the national known socialists came to /, he also felt that it was his duty to document these people at all. He photographed these people with the same clarity as he did anybody else, as he did with the Jewish people who came to / images in the books to prosecute Jews. / many people unrealized that there were passport pictures. People came to Sander to get their passport picture done for immigration.

 

So this is not / and this a persecuted man and again the hands tailed a lot and he is really, he always fingernails a bitten, and his hands also crutched up. And his son, it takes a while, you know, to decode to find this is his son, his son Eric, there he is. Sander son Eric was a communist. When he was arrested in 1934, Sander arranged to have a photograph taken in his prison cell. He died still as prisoner ten years later. Sander photographed his death mask. It appears in the category called "the Last People".

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In Germany, humanity was facing obliteration of another kind. August Sander, who could give up a black circus/ performer as much human dignity as a beggar master. Inevitably felt fond of those who were planning a master race.

 

The Nazis had their own idea of what photographic typologies perform, Cataloging Racial types, for example.

 

A government that prized sameness and prized a certain highly idealized version of what its people want to be, simply could not stand all of these secrecy, you see, in some of these pictures. Everyone of his people is frail, flaud human, highly imperfect, troubled, worried. That's not, to the world of the master race, absolutely none.

 

The Nazis banned Sander's book and the printing places were destroyed. But the further Germany descendant into its collective madness, the harder Sunder clung to his typology(越。。。越。。句型) .The Nazis may have no places for him in their system, but he made a place for them in his.

 

 

When the national known socialists came to /, he also felt that it was his duty to document these people at all. He photographed these people with the same clarity as he did anybody else, as he did with the Jewish people who came to him/ and the images seen in the books to prosecute Jews. / many people unrealized that there were passport pictures. People came to Sander to get their passport picture done for immigration.

 

 

So this is not / and this is a persecuted man and again the hands tied a lot, don’t they? He is really, all his fingernails are bitten, and his hands also scrunched up. And then his son, it takes a while, you know, to decode to find this is his son, his son Eric, there he is. Sander’s son Eric was a communist. When he was arrested in 1934, Sander arranged to have a photograph taken in his prison cell. He died still a prisoner ten years later. Sander photographed his death mask. It appears in the category called "the Last People".

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Homework

 

In Germany, humanity was facing obliteration of another kind. August Sander, who could give up a black / performer as much human dignity as a beggar master. Inevitably feel fond of those who were planning a master race. The Nazis had the old idea of what photographic typologies before, Cataloging Racial Times for example.

 

A government that prized sameness and prized a certain highly idealized version of what its people want to be, simply could not sand all of these secrecy, you see, in some of these pictures. Everyone if his people is frail or f__human, highly imperfect, troubled, worried. That's not, to the world of the master race, absolutely none.

 

The Nazis banned Sander's book and the printing place was destroyed. But the father, Germany descendant into its collected m__/, a heart of Sunder clocked to his typology. The Nazis may have no places for him in their system, but he made a place for them and  his.

 

When the national known socialists came to /, he also felt that it was his duty to document these people at all. He photographed these people with the same clarity as he did anybody else, as he did with the Jewish people who came to him and the images in the books to prosecute Jews. / many people unrealized that there were passport pictures. People came to Sander to get their passport picture done for immigration.

 

 So this is not / and this a persecuted man and again the hands tailed a lot and he is really, he always fingernails a bitten, and his hands also crutched up. And his son, it takes a while, you know, to decode to find this is his son, his son Eric, there he is. Sander son Eric was a communist. When he was arrested in 1934, Sander arranged to have a photograph taken in his prison cell. He died still as prisoner ten years later. Sander photographed his death mask. It appears in the category called "the Last People".

[ 本帖最后由 piano_111 于 2008-7-23 11:06 编辑 ]
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改错了哈,帮您改成作业了 ---sylvia

In Germany, humanity was facing obliteration of another kind. August Sander, who could give \ a black circus performer as much human dignity as a burgomaster, inevitably fell foul of those who were planning a master race. The Nazis had their own idea of what photographic typologies were for—cataloging racial types, for example.

A government that prized sameness and prized a certain highly idealized version of what its people want to be simply could not stand all the idiosyncrasy that you see in, in Sander's pictures. Every one of his people is frail, flawed, human, highly imperfect, troubled, worried. That's not to the world of the master race, absolutely not.

The Nazis banned Sander's book, and the printing plates were destroyed. But the further Germany descended into its collective madness, the harder Sander clung to his typology. The Nazis may have no place\ for him in their system, but he made a place for them in his.

When the National Socialists came to power in 1933, he also felt that it was his duty to document these people too. He photographed these people with the same clarity as he did anybody else, as he did with the Jewish people who came to him. And the images you see in the books, the Persecuted Jews, were the, many people don't realize that they were passport pictures. People came to Sander to get their passport picture done for emigration.

So this is 1938 and this is Persecuted Man, and again the hands tell a lot, don't they? He's really, he, all his fingernails are bitten, and his uh, his hands all scrunched up. And then his son. It takes a while, you know, to decode, to find this is his son, his son Eric, but there he is.

Sander's son Eric was a communist. When he was arrested in 1934, Sander arranged to have his photograph taken in his prison cell. He died, still a prisoner, ten years later. Sander photographed his death mask. It appears in the category called "the Last People."

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burgomaster: the mayor of a Dutch, Flemish, German, Austrian, or Swiss town. (Bürgermeister)
fall foul of: come into conflict with
scrunch: crush or squeeze into a compact mass.
[ 本帖最后由 sylvia_qian 于 2008-7-23 15:30 编辑 ]
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In Germany, humanity was facing obliteration of another kind. August Sander, who could give up a black / performer as much human dignity as a beggar master. Inevitably feel fond of those who were planning a master race. The Nazis had the old idea of what photographic typologies before, Cataloging Racial Times for example.

A government that prized sameness and prized a certain highly idealized version of what its people want to be, simply could not sand all of these secrecy, you see, in some of these pictures. Everyone if his people is a frail /human, highly imperfect, troubled, worried. That's not, to the world of the master race, absolutely none.

The Nazis banned Sander's book and the printing place was destroyed. But the further, Germany descended into its collective massness,The hard Sunder clung to his typology. The Nazis may have no places for him in their system, but he made a place for them in his.

 When the national known socialists came to /, he also felt that it was his duty to document these people too. He photographed these people with the same clarity as he did anybody else, as he did with the Jewish people who came to / and the images in the books to prosecute Jews. Where many people who unrealized that there were passport pictures. People came to Sander to get their passport picture done for immigration.

So this is not / and this a persecuted man and again the hands tailed a lot and he is really, he always fingernails a bitten, and his hands also crutched up. And his son, it takes a while, you know, to decode to find this is his son, his son Eric, there he is. Sander son Eric was a communist. When he was arrested in 1934, Sander arranged to have a photograph taken in his prison cell. He died still as prisoner ten years later. Sander photographed his death mask. It appears in the category called "the Last People

 

谢谢参与 ,请注意字体使用verdana 3号哈,这次帮你更改了---sylvia

[ 本帖最后由 sylvia_qian 于 2008-7-23 15:31 编辑 ]

On fionashen

 

In Germany, humanity was facing obliteration of another kind. August Sander, who could give up a black circus/ performer as much human dignity as a beggar master. Inevitably felt fond of those who were planning a master race. The Nazis had their own idea of what photographic typologies perform, Cataloging Racial types, for example.

 

A government that prized sameness and prized a certain highly idealized version of what its people want to be, simply could not stand all of these secrecy, you see, in some of these pictures. Everyone of his people is frail, flaud human, highly imperfect, troubled, worried. That's not, to the world of the master race, absolutely none.

 

The Nazis banned Sander's book and the printing places were destroyed. But the further Germany descendant into its collective madness, the harder Sunder clung to his typology .The Nazis may have no places for him in their system, but he made a place for them in his.

 

When the national known socialists came to /, he also felt that it was his duty to document these people at all. He photographed these people with the same clarity as he did anybody else, as he did with the Jewish people who came to him/ and the images seen in the books to prosecute Jews. / many people unrealized that there were passport pictures. People came to Sander to get their passport picture done for immigration.

 

So this is not / and this is a persecuted man and again the hands tied a lot, don’t they? He is really, all his fingernails are bitten, and his hands also scrunched up. And then his son, it takes a while, you know, to decode to find this is his son, his son Eric, there he is. Sander’s son Eric was a communist. When he was arrested in 1934, Sander arranged to have his photograph taken in his prison cell. He died still as a prisoner ten years later. Sander photographed his death mask. It appears in the category called "the Last People".

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In Germany, humanity was facing obliteration of another kind. August Sander, who could give \ a black circus performer as much human dignity as a burgomaster, inevitably fell foul of those who were planning a master race. The Nazis had their own idea of what photographic typologies were for—cataloging racial types, for example.

A government that prized sameness and prized a certain highly idealized version of what its people want to be simply could not stand all the idiosyncrasy that you see in, in Sander's pictures. Every one of his people is frail, flawed, human, highly imperfect, troubled, worried. That's not to the world of the master race, absolutely not.

The Nazis banned Sander's book, and the printing plates were destroyed. But the further Germany descended into its collective madness, the harder Sander clung to his typology. The Nazis may have no place\ for him in their system, but he made a place for them in his.

When the National Socialists came to power in 1933, he also felt that it was his duty to document these people too. He photographed these people with the same clarity as he did anybody else, as he did with the Jewish people who came to him. And the images you see in the books, the Persecuted Jews, were the, many people don't realize that they were passport pictures. People came to Sander to get their passport picture done for emigration.

So this is 1938 and this is Persecuted Man, and again the hands tell a lot, don't they? He's really, he, all his fingernails are bitten, and his uh, his hands all scrunched up. And then his son. It takes a while, you know, to decode, to find this is his son, his son Eric, but there he is.

Sander's son Eric was a communist. When he was arrested in 1934, Sander arranged to have his photograph taken in his prison cell. He died, still a prisoner, ten years later. Sander photographed his death mask. It appears in the category called "the Last People." [ 本帖最后由 ktdid 于 2008-7-23 11:21 编辑 ]
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In Germany, humanity was facing obliteration of another kind. August Sander who could give a black circus reformer as much human dignity as a burgomaster, * feel foul of those, who were planning on master race, the Nazis had a honor idea of what photographic topologists were for, cataloging racial times for example.

 

“A government that prized sameness and prized a certain highly idealized version of what its people ought to be, simply could not send all of the secrecy you’ll see in Sander’s pictures.  Every one of his people is frail flawed human, highly imperfect, troubled, worried, that’s not to the world of the master race, absolutely not.”

 

The Nazis banned Sander’s book, and a printing plates was destroyed, but the further Germany descended into its collective madness---the harder Sander clung to his typology. The Nazis may’ve had no place for him in their system, but he made a place for them in his.

 

“When the national socialist came to power in 1933, he also felt that it was his duty to document this people too, he photographed these people with the same clarity, as he did anybody else, as he did with the Jewish people who came to him, and the images you see in the books, the persecuted Jews, where many people don’t realize they were passport pictures. People came to Sander to get their passport picture done for immigration.”

 

“So this is 1938 and this is persecuted man, and * the hands tell a lot, don’t they. He’s really, all his fingers nails are beaten, and his er, his hands all scrunched up. And his son, it takes a while you know, to decode, to find, this is his son, his son Eric, but there he his.”

 

Sander’s son Eric was a communist, when he was arrested in 1934, Sander arranged to have his photograph taken in his prison cell. He died still a prisoner 10 years later. Sander photographed his death mask, it appears in the category called ‘The Last People’.

 

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In Germany, humanity was facing obliteration of another kind. August Sander, who could give a black circus performer as much human dignity as a burgomaster, inevitably fell foul of those who were planning a master race. The Nazis had their own idea of what photographic typologies were for—cataloging racial types, for example.

“A government that prized sameness and prized a certain highly idealized version of what its people
ought to be, simply could not stand all of the idiosyncrasy that you see in, in Sander's pictures. Every one of his people is frail, flawed human, highly imperfect, troubled, worried. That's not to the world of the master race, absolutely not.”

The Nazis banned Sander's book, and the printing plates were destroyed. But the further Germany descended into its collective madness, the harder Sander clung to his typology. The Nazis may’
ve had no place\ for him in their system, but he made a place for them in his.

“When the National Socialists came to power in 1933, he also felt that it was his duty to document these people too. He photographed these people with the same clarity as he did anybody else, as he did with the Jewish people who came to him, and the images you see in the books, the
persecuted Jews, were /the/, many people don't realize that they were passport pictures. People came to Sander to get their passport picture done for immigration.”

“So this is
in 1938 and this is Persecuted Man, and again the hands tell a lot, don't they? He's really, he, all his fingernails are bitten, and his uh, his hands all scrunched up. And then his son. It takes a while, you know, to decode, to find this is his son, his son Eric, but there he is.”

Sander's son Eric was a communist. When he was arrested in 1934, Sander arranged to have his photograph taken in his prison cell. He died, still a prisoner, ten years later. Sander photographed his death mask. It appears in the category called "
The Last People."

[ 本帖最后由 sylvia_qian 于 2008-7-23 15:26 编辑 ]

homework

In Germany, humanity was facing obliteration of another kind. August Sander who could give a black circus performer as much human dignity as a burgomaster. Inevitably fell foul of those who are planning a master race. The Nazi has their own idea of what photographic typology were for cataloging racial type, for example.

 

Our government that prized sameness and prized a certain highly idealised version of what its people ought to be. Simply could not stand all the idiosyncrasy in some of his pictures  everyone of his people is frail flaw human highly imperfect troubled worried that’s not to the world of the master race absolutely not.

 

 The Nazis banned Sanders book, and the printing plates were destroyed, but the further Germany descended into its collective madness the harder Sander clump to his typology. The Nazis may have no place for him in their system, but he made a place for them in his.

 

When the national socialist came to power 1933, he also felt that it was his duty to document these people too. He film these people with the same clearity as he did anybody else, as he did with the Jewish people who came to him and the image we see in the books the persecuted Jews. Many people don’t realise they are passport pictures, people came to Sander to get the passport picture done for immigration.

 

So it’s in 1938 and this is persecuted man and again the hands tell a lot don’t they really, he all his fingernails are bitten and his hand all scrunched up. And then his son, it take a while to decode to find this is his son, his son Eric but there he is. Sander’s son Aric was a commusist, when he was arrested in 1984 Sander arrange to have his photograph taken in his prison cell. He died still a prisoner ten years later. Sander photographyed his death mask. It appeared in the category call the last people.

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