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Galería: Paul Strand | Oscar en Fotos

Paul Strand was an American photographer and filmmaker who, along with fellow modernist photographers like Alfred Stieglitz and Edward Weston, helped establish photography as an art form in the century.

Paul Strand - drawn by Jenny Scobel

Perfect Portraits #1 – Paul Strand

Rebecca Strand, by Paul Strand. Not only was Strand a photographic pioneer he also saw the connection between the still and moving image over his long career.

This picture uses the rule of thirds to emphasize the main subject (the eyes). The subjects are in the brighter lighting to be emphasized while the rest is darker.

Georgia O'Keeffe, Texas,” circa 1917    http://antiquesandthearts.com/Antiques/TradeTalk/2010-12-07__12-51-50.html

“To create one’s own world takes courage.” –Georgia O'Keeffe This is the LAST WEEKEND to experience Georgia’s world during her visits to Lake George. Paul Strand, Georgia O’Keeffe, Photograph,.

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Paul Strand was an influential photographer and early icon of the "straight photography" school. A modernist, Strand was influenced by Stieglitz and Sheeler

Paul Strand | The Art of Photography

onlyoldphotography: “ Paul Strand: Blind, 1916 “ In Strand made a series of candid street portraits with a hand-held camera fitted with a special prismatic lens, which allowed him to point the camera in one direction while taking the photograph.

Paul Strand

Paul Strand, Orgeval, France, Photograph by Walter Rosenblum

How Paul Strand Paved the Way For Photographic Modernism

How Paul Strand Paved the Way For Photographic Modernism

Posts about Paul Strand: Master of Modern Photography on Art Blart

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Viewfinder: 'Katie Morag Morrison, South Uist, 1954' by Paul Strand

[Rebecca]; Paul Strand (American, 1890 - 1976); 1930; Platinum print; 24.8 x 19.5 cm (9 3/4 x 7 11/16 in.); 86.XM.683.6; Copyright: © Aperture Foundation

[Rebecca]; Paul Strand (American, 1890 - 1976); 1930; Platinum print; 24.8 x 19.5 cm (9 3/4 x 7 11/16 in.); 86.XM.683.6; Copyright: © Aperture Foundation

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