Lesson 5

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No-Respite-America_web

The first lesson, Hello Photography, introduces students to Aperture On Sight and gets them started working with a camera through a simple photo scovenger hunt. Working in pairs or teams, students learn basic camera core and handing as well as how to pre-conceptualize a subject while remaining open to visual discoveries.

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Lesson 4

Sheila Pree Bright, #1960Now: Art + Intersection (video still), 2015
Video© the artist
Sheila Pree Bright, #1960Now: Art + Intersection (video still), 2015
Video© the artist

The first lesson, Hello Photography, introduces students to Aperture On Sight and gets them started working with a camera through a simple photo scovenger hunt. Working in pairs or teams, students learn basic camera core and handing as well as how to pre-conceptualize a subject while remaining open to visual discoveries.

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Lesson 3

ISIS distributes school supplies to girls in Mosul, Iraq, 2015. Video still
ISIS distributes school supplies to girls in Mosul, Iraq, 2015. Video still

The first lesson, Hello Photography, introduces students to Aperture On Sight and gets them started working with a camera through a simple photo scovenger hunt. Working in pairs or teams, students learn basic camera core and handing as well as how to pre-conceptualize a subject while remaining open to visual discoveries.

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Lesson 2

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9_Ponomarev_GRID_web-e1486067309824

The first lesson, Hello Photography, introduces students to Aperture On Sight and gets them started working with a camera through a simple photo scovenger hunt. Working in pairs or teams, students learn basic camera core and handing as well as how to pre-conceptualize a subject while remaining open to visual discoveries.

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Lesson 1

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1_Schragis_detail_medium_web

The first lesson, Hello Photography, introduces students to Aperture On Sight and gets them started working with a camera through a simple photo scovenger hunt. Working in pairs or teams, students learn basic camera core and handing as well as how to pre-conceptualize a subject while remaining open to visual discoveries.

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The Revolution Will Be Live-streamed

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9_Ponomarev_GRID_web-e1486067309824

Amid the overwhelming barrage of news and ideas online, can an image change anything?

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Beyond the Wall

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BC_0151

Is the U.S.-Mexico border a political calculation or a humanitarian crisis?

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The Ready-made Dream No One Believes In

Stéphane Duroy, spread from the book Unknown, 2015
Stéphane Duroy, spread from the book Unknown, 2015

In Europe and the United States, Stéphane Duroy charts the course of “big” history.

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Yann Gross on The Jungle Book

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Gross_Video_Featured

On September 20, 2016, Aperture Foundation, in collaboration with the Department of Photography at Parsons The New School for Design, presented an artist talk with Yann Gross. Featuring subjects that range from young skateboarders in Eastern Africa to an Americanized community living in the valleys of Switzerland, Gross’s photographs delve deep into the notion of escapism and identity while continuously questioning our own misconceptions of culture. Masterfully constructed and controlled, his images offer insight into the lives of under-recognized societies. In his publication, The Jungle Book: Contemporary Stories of the Amazon and Its Fringe (Aperture, 2016), Gross creates a visual…

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