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A Study on Modern Chinese Black-and-White Documentary Photography -Focused on Photographs of Xie Hailong, Hou Denke, Xiao Quan
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A Study on Modern Chinese Black-and-White Documentary Photography -Focused on Photographs of Xie Hailong, Hou Denke, Xiao Quan
Tong, Shiyuan; Yang, Jong Hoon;
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 Abstract
In the history of photograph, after the development of color photographs, those with multiple colors and high definition has gradually become the mainstream works in the field of photography. In the modern society of China that has been through reform and opening up, people`s minds were increasingly liberated to widely accept color photos in terms of photography. Furthermore, the broad penetration of digital photography has brought together a new trend in the field of black-and-white photography. In line with this trend, more black-and-white photographs have appeared which are different from existing ones in the film-based period. In this recognition, the study seeks to compare the black-and-white documentary photograph works of Chinese photographers and analyze the modern Chinese black-and-white photographs.
 Keywords
Black and White Photography;Chinese Photographers;Works Analysis;Documentary Photography;
 Language
Korean
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