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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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The Genius of Photography 2

Photography, they say, was invented in 1839s.

That was the year that a Frenchman Louis Daguerre and an Englishman Henry Fox Talbot announced rival processes that would, in the popular phrase of the day, fix the shadows.

But the idea of photography has been arrived for much longer than that, as Abe Morell and his family and friends Aubert to demonstrate.

'It looks like the light is getting better in the afternoon.

It's getting actually more from the front, which is, it's a good side.

Light is my, ah, my wisdom and my enemies, it's really a kind of amazingness.

The photography is so perverse you know, you need darkness to see light.

The pictures are negative, ah, things are upside-down, when you see through a camera.

It's a kind of a weird nit you know inversion in photography.

That's a, I think it's part of the ah...a charm of it,like magic or something. Almost ready?'

'Oh, my God! Oh, that's wonderful! That's wonderful!'

'That's wonderful.'

The camera obscura is an optical phenomenon that's simple to create and hard to believe, a blacked-out room and a small hole that allows a tight beam of light to enter.

And with it, the outside world comes pouring in, upside-down and twice as natural.

'I've been teaching photography for, you know, 20 years now. And one of the nicest way of introducing the classroom's through the other camera was actually put them in one, put them inside one.

So I would turn the classrooms into a camera obscura.

And it's guaranteed every time, very savvy, hip, visual. People are exalted, they're dumbfounded.

And it just, it proves to me that there are something very deep and primitive about it.

It's not something that one has invented, it's not like SONY has developed its new chip to make this happen. You know, this is totally natural.'
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Photography they say was invented in 1839s. That was the year that a Frenchman Louis Daguerre and an Englishman Henry Fox Talbot announced rival processes that would in the popular phrase of the day fix the shadows. But the idea photography has been run much longer than that. As Abe Morell and his film friends Albert to demonstrate.

“It looks like the light is getting better in the afternoon. It’s getting actually more from the front, which is, it’s a good sign. Light is my, ah, my wisdoms and my enemies, really kind of amazing is the photography super horal you know, you need darkness as see light. The pictures are negative, ah, things are upside-down, when you see through a camera. It’s a kind of weird you know like version in photography. That’s a, I think it’s part of the tronovit like black magic or something. Almost ready.”

“Oh, my God! Oh, it’s wonderful! It’s wonderful!”

“That’s wonderful.”

The camera obscure is an optical phenomenon that simple to create and hard to believe, a black tight room and a small hole that allows a tight beam of light to enter. And with it, the outside world comes pouring in, upside-down on twice is natural.

“I’ve…photography you know for 20 years now. And one of the nicest where introduce in the classroom through the any other camera was actually put them in one, put them inside one. So I would turn the classroom into a camera obscure. And it’s guarantee every time, very savvy hip visual before exacted their down founded. And it just, it proofs me that there are something very deep and primitive about it. It’s not something that one has invented, it’s like SONY has developed this new chip to make this happen. You know, this is totally natural.”
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Photography, they say, was invented in 1839. That was the year that a Frenchman Louis Daguerre and an Englishman Henry Fox Talbot announced rival processes that would, in the popular phrase of the day, fix the shadows. But the idea photography has been run for much longer than that, as Abe Morell and his family and friends Aubert to demonstrate.

"It looks like the light is getting better in the afternoon. It's getting actually more from the front, which is, it's a good sign. Light is my, ah, my wisdom and my enemies, it's really kind of amazing. The photography is a sort of worlds you know, you need darkness to see light. The pictures are negative, ah, things are upside-down, when you see through a camera. It's a kind of weird nit you know like version in photography. That's a, I think it's part of the tronovit, black magic or something. Almost ready."

"Oh, my God! Oh, it's wonderful! It's wonderful!"

"That's wonderful."

The camera obscura is an optical phenomenon that's simple to create and hard to believe, a blacked-out room and a small hole that allows a tight beam of light to enter. And with it, the outside world comes pouring in, upside-down and twice as natural.

"I've been digging photographic world, you know, for 20 years now. And one of the nicest we're introducing the classroom scene through the other camera was actually put them in one, put them inside one. So I would turn the classroom scene to a camera obscura. And it's guaranteed every time, very savvy, hip, visual. People are exacted, they're dumbfounded. And that's it, it proves me that there are something very deep and primitive about it. It's not something that one has invented, it's not like SONY has developed its new chip to make this happen. You know, this is totally natural."
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But the idea photography has been around much longer than that. As Abe Morell and his film friends are about to demonstrate.

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Photography, they say, was invented in 1839s. That was the year that a Frenchman Louis Daguerre and an Englishman Henry Fox Talbot announced rival processes that would, in the popular phrase of the day, fix the shadows. But the idea photography has been run for much longer than that, as Abe Morell and his family friends Aubert to demonstrate.

"It looks like the light is getting better in the afternoon. It's getting actually more from the front, which is, it's a good sign. Light is my, ah, my wisdom and my enemies, it's really kind of amazing. The photography is so perverse you know, you need darkness to see light. The pictures are negative, ah, things are upside-down, when you see through a camera. It's a kind of weird nit you know like version in photography. That's a, I think it's part of the atronovit, black magic or something. Almost ready."

"Oh, my God! Oh, it's wonderful! It's wonderful!"

"That's wonderful."

The camera obscura is an optical phenomenon that's simple to create and hard to believe, a blacked-out room and a small hole that allows a tight beam of light to enter. And with it, the outside world comes pouring in, upside-down and twice as natural.

"I've been teaching photography for, you know, 20 years now. And one of the nicest we're introducing the classroom scene through the other camera was actually put them in one, put them inside one. So I would turn the classroom scene through a camera obscura. And it's guaranteed every time, very savvy, hip, visual. People are exacted, they're dumbfounded. And that's it, it proves me that there are something very deep and primitive about it. It's not something that one has invented, it's not like SONY has developed its new chip to make this happen. You know, this is totally natural."
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Photography, they say, was invented in 1839s. That was the year that a Frenchman Louis Daguerre and an Englishman Henry Fox Talbot announced rival processes that would, in the popular phrase of the day, fix the shadows. But the idea photography has been run for much longer than that, as Abe Morell and his family and friends Aubert to demonstrate.

"It looks like the light is getting better in the afternoon. It's getting actually more from the front, which is, it's a good sign. Light is my, ah, my wisdom and my enemies, it's really kind of amazing. The photography is so perverse you know, you need darkness to see light. The pictures are negative, ah, things are upside-down, when you see through a camera. It's a kind of a weird nit you know inversion in photography. That's a, I think it's part of the ah...a trauma but, like black magic or something. Almost ready."

"Oh, my God! Oh, it's wonderful! It's wonderful!"

"That's wonderful."

The camera obscura is an optical phenomenon that's simple to create and hard to believe, a blacked-out room and a small hole that allows a tight beam of light to enter. And with it, the outside world comes pouring in, upside-down and twice as natural.

"I've been teaching photography for, you know, 20 years now. And one of the nicest way of introducing the classroom's through the other camera was actually put them in one, put them inside one. So I would turn the classrooms into a camera obscura. And it's guaranteed every time, very savvy, hip, visual. People are exarded, they're dumbfounded. And it just, it proves to me that there are something very deep and primitive about it. It's not something that one has invented, it's not like SONY has developed its new chip to make this happen. You know, this is totally natural."
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Photography, they say, was invented in 1839s. That was the year that a Frenchman Louis Daguerre and an Englishman Henry Fox Talbot announced rival processes that would, in the popular phrase of the day, fix the shadows. But the idea photography has been run for much longer than that, as Abe Morell and his family and friends Aubert to demonstrate.

"It looks like the light is getting better in the afternoon. It's getting actually more from the front, which is, it's a good side. Light is my, ah, my wisdom and my enemies, it's really a kind of amazingness. The photography is so perverse you know, you need darkness to see light. The pictures are negative, ah, things are upside-down, when you see through a camera. It's a kind of a weird nit you know inversion in photography. That's a, I think it's part of the ah...a trauma of it, like magic or something. Almost ready?"

"Oh, my God! Oh, it's wonderful! It's wonderful!"

"That's wonderful."

The camera obscura is an optical phenomenon that's simple to create and hard to believe, a blacked-out room and a small hole that allows a tight beam of light to enter. And with it, the outside world comes pouring in, upside-down and twice as natural.

"I've been teaching photography for, you know, 20 years now. And one of the nicest way of introducing the classroom's through the other camera was actually put them in one, put them inside one. So I would turn the classrooms into a camera obscura. And it's guaranteed every time, very savvy, hip, visual. People are exarded, they're dumbfounded. And it just, it proves to me that there are something very deep and primitive about it. It's not something that one has invented, it's not like SONY has developed its new chip to make this happen. You know, this is totally natural."
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Photography, they say, was invented in 1839s. That was the year that a Frenchman Louis Daguerre and an Englishman Henry Fox Talbot announced rival processes that would, in the popular phrase of the day, fix the shadows. But the idea photography has been run for much longer than that, as Abe Morell and his family and friends Aubert to demonstrate.

"It looks like the light is getting better in the afternoon. It's getting actually more from the front, which is, it's a good sign. Light is my, ah, my wisdom and my enemies, it's really kind of amazing. The photography is so perverse you know, you need darkness to see light. The pictures are negative, ah, things are upside-down, when you see through a camera. It's a kind of a weird nit you know inversion in photography. That's a, I think it's part of the ah...a trauma but, like black magic or something. Almost ready."

"Oh, my God! Oh, it's wonderful! It's wonderful!"

"That's wonderful."

The camera obscura is an optical phenomenon that's simple to create and hard to believe, a blacked-out room and a small hole that allows a tight beam of light to enter. And with it, the outside world comes pouring in, upside-down and twice as natural.

"I've been teaching photography for, you know, 20 years now. And one of the nicest way of introducing the classroom's through the other camera was actually put them in one, put them inside one. So I would turn the classrooms into a camera obscura. And it's guaranteed every time, very savvy, hip, visual. People are exarded, they're dumbfounded. And it just, it proves to me that there are something very deep and primitive about it. It's not something that one has invented, it's not like SONY has developed its new chip to make this happen. You know, this is totally natural."
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Photography, as say, was invented in 1839s. That was the year that a Frenchman Louis Daguerre and an Englishman Henry Fox Talbot announced rival processes that would, in the popular phrase of the day, fix the shadows. But the idea of photography has been run for much longer than that, as Abe Morell and his family and friends Aubert to demonstrate.

"It looks like the light is getting better in the afternoon. It's getting actually more from the front, which is, it's a good sign. Light is my, ah, my wisdom and my enemies, it's really kind of amazing. The photography is so perverse you know, you need darkness to see light. The pictures are negative, ah, things are upside-down, when you see through a camera. It's a kind of a weird nit you know inversion in photography. That's a, I think it's part of the ah...a trauma but, like black magic or something. Almost ready."

"Oh, my God! Oh, it's wonderful! It's wonderful!"

"That's wonderful."

The camera obscura is an optical phenomenon that's simple to create and hard to believe, a blacked-out room and a small hole that allows a tight beam of light to enter. And with it, the outside world comes pouring in, upside-down and twice as natural.

"I've been teaching photography for, you know, 20 years now. And one of the nicest way of introducing the classroom's through the other camera was actually put them in one, put them inside one. So I would turn the classrooms into a camera obscura. And it's guaranteed every time, very savvy, hip, visual. People are exarded, they're dumbfounded. And it just, it proves to me that there are something very deep and primitive about it. It's not something that one has invented, it's not like SONY has developed its new chip to make this happen. You know, this is totally natural."
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Photography, they say, was invented in 1839s. That was the year that a Frenchman Louis Daguerre and an Englishman Henry Fox Talbot announced rival processes that would, in the popular phrase of the day, fix the shadows. But the idea of photography has been arrived for much longer than that, as Abe Morell and his family and friends Aubert to demonstrate.

"It looks like the light is getting better in the afternoon. It's getting actually more from the front, which is, it's a good side. Light is my, ah, my wisdom and my enemies, it's really a kind of amazingness. The photography is so perverse you know, you need darkness to see light. The pictures are negative, ah, things are upside-down, when you see through a camera. It's a kind of a weird nit you know inversion in photography. That's a, I think it's part of the ah...a charm of it,like magic or something. Almost ready?"

"Oh, my God! Oh, that's wonderful! That's wonderful!"

"That's wonderful."

The camera obscura is an optical phenomenon that's simple to create and hard to believe, a blacked-out room and a small hole that allows a tight beam of light to enter. And with it, the outside world comes pouring in, upside-down and twice as natural.

"I've been teaching photography for, you know, 20 years now. And one of the nicest way of introducing the classroom's through the other camera was actually put them in one, put them inside one. So I would turn the classrooms into a camera obscura. And it's guaranteed every time, very savvy, hip, visual. People are exalted, they're dumbfounded. And it just, it proves to me that there are something very deep and primitive about it. It's not something that one has invented, it's not like SONY has developed its new chip to make this happen. You know, this is totally natural."
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