1 Basic Principles 2 Working Environment, Equipment and Materials 3 Salted Papers 4 Albumen Paper 5 Alternative and Hybrid Papers 6 Sensitization 7 Tone Reproduction and Print Exposure 8 Toning 9 Fixation and Washing 10 Finishing, Mounting and Storage 11 The Question of Permanence Afterword: Author’s update to the 2nd Edition Appendix A: Further Reading Appendix B: Titration Method for Determining Strength of Silver Nitrate Solutions Appendix C: Some Guidelines for the Identification of Albumen and Salted Paper Prints References References for Illustrations Index
Inspired by a 1906 panoramic photo of Rochester, New York, Frank Cost captured numerous panoramas of modern-day Rochester over a ten-year period (2002–2011) using a variety of digital technologies. The images were all created by stitching multiple frames together to create the panorama. This oversized book contains over twenty of these stunning images.
As staff photographer and later White House news photographer, Bernie Boston chronicled the civil dissension and strife of the 1960s, prompted by the Civil Rights and anti-Vietnam war movements; the hermetic, inner sanctum of the White House and its Presidential residents; and history-making newsmakers, scandals, conflicts, and triumphs.
Through daily portraits, this five-year project charts the physical and emotional changes of two women at the opposite ends of the “young woman” spectrum. One was moving with excitement into adolescence; the other, with trepidation, into middle age. Each day, Elaine and Julia stopped their separate activities and met in their living room to pose for a portrait. They made 1,800 images—not truly comprehending the catalogue of energy and exhaustion, privacy and revelation, unexpected coincidences of mood and emotions that they created.
Publisher:RIT Cary Graphic Arts Press (August, 2009)
Table of contents
Acknowledgments Elaine O’Neil
Artists’ Statement Julia Hess
My Window Julia Hess
The Model Daughter With Mother Deborah Willis, Ph.D.
Mother Daughter: Posing As Ourselves September 5, 1993 to September 30, 1994 October 1, 1994 to September 30, 1995 October 1, 1995 to September 30, 1996 October 1, 1996 to September 30, 1997 October 1, 1997 to September 30, 1998
Elaine's Afterword Elaine O’Neil
Julia's Afterword Julia Hess
Mother and Daughter: A Conversation Perri Klass and Sheila Solomon Klass
“Who has not examined her own face in the mirror, searching for signs of aging? Who has not scrutinized her mother or her daughter, searching for bits of herself like a treasure hunt? Elaine O’Neil and Julia Hess’s fascinating project will connect with these impulses in every woman. Judging from reactions to my book You’re Wearing THAT? I have no doubt that women will leap at the chance to see themselves reflected in these startling and artful images.” —Deborah Tannen, University Professor and professor of linguistics at Georgetown University; author of You’re Wearing THAT?: Understanding Mothers and Daughters in Conversation
Foreword by Stuart Bolger, 9 Preface, 11 Acknowledgments, 12 Introduction, 15 On Architecture, by Frank Grosso, 17 Location Index, 18 GOD¹S COUNTRY: HISTORIC CHURCHES AND CHAPELS OF THE GENESEE VALLEY, 22 Bibliography, 236
Index of Churches by Town First Baptist Church, Albion First Free Methodist Church, Albion First Free Methodist Church, Albion Pullman Memorial Universalist Church, Albion First United Presbyterian Church, Attica First Presbyterian Church, Avon Zion Episcopal Church, Avon Bethany Center Baptist Church and Maple Lawn Cemetery First Congregational Church, Bloomfield St. Bridget’s Catholic Church, Bloomfield St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, Bloomfield United Methodist Church of Bloomfield St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Branchport First Presbyterian Church of Brockport Lakeview Cemetery Chapel, Brockport First Presbyterian Church of Caledonia United Presbyterian Stone Church, Caledonia First Congregational Church, Canandaigua First United Methodist Church, Canandaigua St. Brendan’s Christian Fellowship Chapel, Canandaigua St. John’s Episcopal Church, Canandaigua St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Canandaigua Christian Community Church, Charlotte The Cobblestone Church, Childs First Presbyterian Church of Chili Union Congregational United Church of Christ, Churchville Clarkson Community Church St. Felix Catholic Church, Clifton Springs St. John’s Episcopal Church, Clifton Springs St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Dansville First Baptist Church, Fairport First Congregational United Church of Christ, Fairport Raymond Memorial Baptist Church, Fairport Garland Methodist Church St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Geneseo St. Michael’s Episcopal Church, Geneseo Faith Community Church, Geneva First Baptist Church, Geneva The Presbyterian Church in Geneva St. John’s Chapel, Geneva St. Stephen’s Catholic Church, Geneva Trinity Church, Geneva St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Holley Hillside Cemetery Chapel, Holley-Byron Honeoye Congregational Church First Presbyterian Church, Honeoye Falls St. John’s Episcopal Church, Honeoye Falls St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, Leicester Union Presbyterian Church, Leicester St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, Leroy St. Peter’s Catholic Church, Leroy Lima Presbyterian Church First Presbyterian Church of Livonia Grace Episcopal Church, Lyons Mendon Presbyterian Church Middlesex United Methodist Church St. John’s Episcopal Church, Mount Morris St. Patrick’s Church, Mount Morris First United Presbyterian Church of Mumford Genesee Country Village and Museum, Brooks Grove Methodist Church, Mumford First Baptist Church of Naples Trinity Federated Church, Naples St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, Newark Ogden Baptist Church Ogden Presbyterian Church Ossian Presbyterian Church East Palmyra Presbyterian Church Western Presbyterian Church, Palmyra Zion Episcopal Church, Palmyra South Perinton United Methodist Church Brick Presbyterian Church, Perry Christ Church of Pittsford First Presbyterian Church. Pittsford Port Gibson United Methodist Church Potter Baptist Church First Congregational Church of Riga Roanoke Community Church Christ Church, Rochester First Universalist Church, Rochester Holy Sepulcher Cemetery, All Souls Chapel, Rochester Mount Hope Cemetery Chapels, Rochester Our Lady of Victory, Rochester St. Joseph’s Park, Rochester St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Rochester St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Rochester St. Michael’s Catholic Church, Rochester St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Rochester Third Presbyterian Church, Rochester Grace Episcopal Church, Scottsville St. Mary of the Assumption Church, Scottsville Union Presbyterian Church, Scottsville The Little Church, Seneca Trinity Episcopal Church, Seneca Falls United Methodist Church, Sodus Point First Congregational Church of Spencerport St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, Spencerport Evangelical Wesleyan Church, Stanley First Presbyterian Church, Victor Vine Valley Methodist Church Immanuel Lutheran Church, Webster Webster Baptist Church First Presbyterian Church of Middlebury, Wyoming Yatesville Methodist Church United Presbyterian Church, York York Baptist Church
"Phyllis Kitt’s God’s Country is a landscape of church halls, chapels, bell towers, and steeples. Her photographs and informed, stylish text enlighten and delight us as she guides us through her God’s world. No architectural detail escapes her notice. We in the twenty-first century are in debt to her, as we are to the devout congregations, ministers, building committees, and architects, whether known or unknown, who bequeathed us such a wide-ranging panoply of architectural treasures.” —Stuart Bolger, Director Emeritus Genesee Country Village and Museum
This book introduces photographers, print-makers, and other graphic artists to the creative possibilities of image editing and presentation. The focus is on how meaning can be created and shaped if the emphasis is placed on the totality of the visual experience rather than by looking at each single image in isolation.
Publisher:Clarellen and RIT Cary Graphic Arts Press
Illustrations:96 Full Color
Size:6 in. x 9 in.
Table of contents
Chapter 1: Basic Editing Strategies
The Initial Edit Method
Intention Versus Effect
The Third Effect
Systems of Internal Logic
Category or Genre
Similar Classes of Objects Use of Recurring Visual Motifs
The internationally recognized RIT School of Photographic Arts and Sciences presents the catalogue for Images from Science 2 — a 2008 show that features exciting contemporary photography from the fields of astronomy, physics, engineering, medicine, and microbiology. Photographers from around the world submitted 300 scientific images that were judged for exhibition inclusion by a panel of photographic experts from esteemed institutions such as Smithsonian, Fotomundo, Sky & Telescope, Adobe Systems, Inc., and the Karolinksa Institutet in Sweden.
Continuing the annual night-time "painting with light" photography project, Schoen Place, Pittsford New York was chosen to be RIT’s Big Shot No. 24. Schoen Place is located on the Erie Canal in Pittsford New York. Referred to by some as the Eighth Wonder of the World, the canal was completed in 1825 and links the waters of Lake Erie in the west to the Hudson River. When constructed it included 18 aqueducts to carry the canal over ravines and rivers, and 83 locks, with a rise of 568 feet from the Hudson River to Lake Erie.