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Unformatted text preview: Title Page: Art 1050 intro to Photography Reaction Paper of Important Photographer Chinese professional photographer Yimou Zhang Student: Bowen Deng 2/20/2011 This paper answers the following requirements 1. Study her/his work from a historical perspective:-How did style, technique, and content change over time? 2. Identify what it is about his/her style that sets them apart. 3. What do the works tell us about her/his values or feelings? 4. Does the work give us any insight into human nature or natural beauty? 5. Does the photographer manipulate our perception? If so, how? 6. Has this photographers work made any contribution to the advancement of photography? 7. What can be learned from his/her work? 8. Does anything in her/his work appear in yours? Bibliography : Zhang Yimou From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Zhang Yimou (born November 14, 1950 or 1951)   is a Chinese film director, producer, writer and actor, and former cinematographer.  He is counted amongst the Fifth Generation of Chinese filmmakers, having made his directorial debut in 1987 with Red Sorghum .  Zhang has won numerous awards and recognitions, with Best Foreign Film nominations for Ju Dou in 1990 and Raise the Red Lantern in 1991, Silver Lion and Golden Lion prizes at the Venice Film Festival , Grand Jury Prize at the Cannes Film Festival , and the Golden Bear at the Berlin International Film Festival .  One of Zhang's recurrent themes is the resilience of Chinese people in the face of hardship and adversity, a theme which has been explored in such films as, for example, To Live (1994) and Not One Less (1999). His films are particularly noted for their rich use of colour, as can be seen in some of his early films, like Raise the Red Lantern , and in his wuxia films like Hero and House of Flying Daggers . Pasted from < http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zhang_Yimou > h h h 4 h h h 4 2008 i 11 i 7 i & & & I 4 I 4 I 4 I i & i & & & 4 y 4 p 2009 i 5 i 17 I...
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