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Source: Kepes. Author s : Chaparro Cardozo, Sandra Yaneth. This is the reason of the classroom as the place where classes about the importance of rescuing a craft technique such as the "gum bichromate" in the digital and analog photography class with fifth semester students has been taking place.
Qualitative research is addressed using case studies with a 15 university students focus group. The purpose was to demonstrate the use of traditional techniques of photography as both artistic and visual records, in the study of image as well as the aesthetic and graphic scope.
In the analysis carried out, the importance of dynamics associated to traditional techniques of appropriation and the redefinition of the mid-ninetienth century photography in building knowledge and the plastic and visual language for professional design were evident. English Copyright of Kepes is the property of Universidad de Caldas and its content may not be copied or emailed to multiple sites or posted to a listserv without the copyright holder's express written permission. However, users may print, download, or email articles for individual use.
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Una mirada en blanco y negro: resignificación de la fotografía.
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Following the appearance of the earliest Daguerreotypes in the late s and above all after the subsequent discovery of photographic printing on paper, the relationship between photography and painting became an extremely close one. Impressionism used the medium not just as an iconographic source but was also inspired by it technically in its scientific observation of light, its representation of an asymmetrical, truncated pictorial space and its exploration of spontaneity and visual ambiguity. In addition, the new Impressionist type of brushstroke led some photographers to become interested in the materiality of their images and to look for ways of making their photographs less precise and more pictorial in effect. The key position that photography now occupies in the context of contemporary art has encouraged a renewed interest in art-historical studies with regard to the impact of its invention on the visual arts. The exhibition The Impressionists and Photography pursues this line of research.