Photography has the ability to capture the sensation of life in a way that words cannot express. In addition, it has the possibility of reaching a far vaster audience than most writers could ever imagine. More important, those that we study have a better opportunity to judge our representation of them than if we write a book about them in another language. Photography has always had a place within anthropological research but is becoming even more important because it has the ability to capture cultural reality and “life as lived” in a more enhanced way.
PHOTOGRAPHY AND ANTHROPOLOGY
SERGE RAMELLI-French Photographer – Photography Fundamentals
How to set up a Camera for HDR
Learn the Basics of Photography
Starting in Photography: Tips for What Camera Gear to Buy
What Photography Gear Should You Use?
Understanding Photography with Simple Words
Full Workflow from Shoot To Retouch
BOOKS AND REFERENCES:
Complete Digital Photography – Ben Long
Langford’s Basic Photography: The guide for serious photographers – Michael Langford
Guide to Digital Photography – Joe McNally
Camera: A history of photography from Daguerreotype to Digital – Todd Gustavson
The Photographer’s Eye – Michael Freeman
Examples: The making of 40 Photographs – Ansel Adams