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by Bonnie Yochelson,Richard Koszarski,Barbara McCandless

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A thorough and beautifully illustrated book on the dual careers of photographer/cinematographer Karl Struss, an artist of many talents.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Karl Struss (1886-1981) was a master of both still and motion picture photography

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Karl Struss (1886-1981) was a master of both still and motion picture photography. A native of New York City. Nothing really impress me other than the 4 or 5 color photographs taken in the early 1900s.

The book was biographical of Karl Struss. I was not impressed at all about his photography portfolio.

Nothing really impress me other than the 4 or 5 color photographs taken in the early 1900s. The book was biographical of Karl Struss. But it's a book every Movie buff, photography and art historian should have on their shelf. I got interested in his work after watching a 1927 silent movie "Sunrise: song of two humans".

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McCandless, Barbara; Yochelson, Bonnie; Koszarski, Richard (1995). New York to Hollywood, The Photography of Karl Struss. a b c McCandless, Barbara (1999). Struss, Karl Fischer. A Commitment to Beauty". Fort Worth, TX: Amon Carter Museum. pp. 14, 17. ISBN 0-8263-1637-9. New York to Hollywood 1995, pp. 19, 92. ^ New York to Hollywood 1995, pp. 20-21. Cary, North Carolina: American National Biography. 24-25. New York to Hollywood 1995, p. 30. ^ New York to Hollywood 1995, p. 33.

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Struss (1886-1981) was that rara avis who mastered both still photography and cinematography. by Barbara McCandless, Richard Koszarski, Bonnie Yochelson. More by Bonnie Yochelson. Alfred Stieglitz: New York. Best known for his stunning camera work on . Rediscovering Jacob Riis: Exposure Journalism and Photography in Turn-of-the-Century New York. Daniel Czitrom, Bonnie Yochelson. Esther Bubley: On Assignment. Jacob A. Riis: Revealing New York's Other Half: A Complete Catalogue of His Photographs.

by Barbara McCandless. Struss (1886-1981) was that rara avis who mastered both still photography and cinematography

by Barbara McCandless. Publisher's Description. Karl Struss was a master of both still and motion picture photography. Struss (1886-1981) was that rara avis who mastered both still photography and cinematography. While Koszarski discusses Struss' contributions to the cinema, the focus of this retrospective is the artist's earlier New York pictorial work; the book is handsomely illustrated with black and white images from Struss' oeuvre, as well as his striking 1910-17 experiments in color.

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Essayist Bonnie Yochelson surveys his early work in New York, Richard Koszarski his career in cinematography, and Barbara McCandless examines how Struss' background and early work not only led him to Hollywood but greatly contributed to the artistry of the still-young film industry.

Essayist Bonnie Yochelson surveys his early work in New York, Richard Koszarski his career in cinematography, and Barbara McCandless examines how Struss' background and early work not only led him to Hollywood but greatly contributed to the artistry of the still-young film industry there. John and Susan Edwards Harvith, who rediscovered Struss' work in the 1970's and interviewed him at length in his later years, round out the portrait of both the man and the artist.

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ChallengeMine
If you were looking to find a great amount of beautiful photographs of beautiful actors/actresses, glamor shots, magnificent architecture, nature scenery, this book ain't it. This book has only a dozen or two of New York city landscape, here and there, in smaller size 3.5 x 5, some slightly larger ) Most of them are grainy due to the limitation of photography technology at the time. Nothing really impress me other than the 4 or 5 color photographs taken in the early 1900s. Those were fascinating... in color... My gosh, making people in the 1910 look real and alive. One woman with a pink umbrella, green hat, peachy sweater, and roses behind her, enabled her to escape her b&w world of photography and says to us, "hey, we were in color just like you, too" Although her clothing looked outdated, or like a costume, she could be as real as the picture could have taken yesterday. Another color photograph showed women in the park, with the sunshine, as if it were taken yesterday. The people at the beach. Kind of transport you in a time machine, back to the 1906 or so. As if you're there.
The book was biographical of Karl Struss. I was not impressed at all about his photography portfolio. But it's a book every Movie buff, photography and art historian should have on their shelf. I got interested in his work after watching a 1927 silent movie "Sunrise: song of two humans"
Agalas
Karl Struss shared the very first Oscar given for cinematography with Charles Rosher for their work on F.W. Murnau's SUNRISE: A SONG OF TWO HUMANS. The essay's and photographs in this work give one a better understanding of Struss' artistic abilities developing with his fascination of all types of still photography. Illustrated with many examples of his still efforts and in depth essays about his efforts helping develop an interest in still photograph as an art form this book traces his move from New York to Hollywood. Anyone interested in the art of still photography developing here in the United States and playing a major role in upgrading the work done in motion pictures should find this book to be an excellent read.