Introduction, main body and conclusion on the topic described in the title. Please use the Harvard referencing system I have uploaded . You have to base your thinking on the works of artists and photographers pieces based on the “superstition” topic . I have added a wide list of names who’s work explores this area. As my discipline is photography definitely attach a few photos of your choice by these practitioners related to your introduction and conclusions but always using the Harvard referencing guide. Please feel free to contact me any time .
you will choose one of the photographers from the list below, pull up their work online and then write a short paper describing two of their photographs that demanded your attention.
You are to describe the pictures defining what they depict, how the various descriptive controls (including composition, vantage point, quality of light, tonal range/contrast, sharpness/depth of field, and texture/surface/sensuality) describe the way in which the viewer is being visually engaged and all of which heighten the way in which you are made to feel and awaken to content.
Photographers – Judith Joy Ross, Ansel Adams, Nicholas Nixon, Garry Winogrand, LaToya Ruby Frazier, Ray Metzker, Lewis Hine, Robert Adams, Lorna Simpson, Diane Arbus, Mary Ellen Mark, Julia Margaret Cameron, Bill Brandt, Blossfeldt, Dorothea Lange, Roy Decarava, Wright Morris, Lee Friedlander, Helen Levitt, Weegee, William Klein, Lewis Baltz, Clarence John Laughlin, Ernesto Bazan, Fredrick Sommer, Emmet Gowin, Gorden Parks, Eugene Atget, Tina Barney, Walker Evans, Vivian Maier, Robert Frank, William Eggleston, Richard Avedon, Sally Mann, Stephen Shore, Abe Morrell, Carrie Mae Weems, Bruce Davidson, Edward Muybridge, Fan Ho, Paul Outerbridge, Philip-Lorca DiCorcia, James Van Der Zee, August Sander, Jan Groover, Disfarmer, Edward Weston, Joel Sternfeld, Lucas Samaras, Bellocq, Ruth Orkin, Timothy O’sullivan, Eli Reed, Tina Modotti, Bernd & Hilla Becher