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Herbert Johnson (American, active 1930s - 1940s), Untitled (Aerial view of building rooftops), 1930-1932 (ca), Gelatin silver print, Philadelphia Museum of Art, 125th Anniversary Acquisition. The Lynne and Harold Honickman Gift of the Julien Levy Collection, 2001, Accession Number: 2001-62-1511, LL/71845
 
Using different viewpoints
Contents
Introduction
322.01   Introduction to viewpoints
Looking up
322.02   Looking up
Looking up - Photographers
322.03   Carleton E. Watkins: Looking up in Calaveras Grove
Looking down
322.04   Looking down
322.05   Street shadows
Looking down - Photographers
322.06   Laszlo Moholy-Nagy: Viewpoints
322.07   André Kertész: Viewpoints
322.08   Alexander Rodchenko: Using different viewpoints
322.09   Aneta Grzeszykowska and Jan Smaga
 
  
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