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In this program a master photographic artist, Ernst Haas, describes his personal approach to seeing photographically. He defines and compares "seeing" versus "orienting," and then explores the idea that each photographer sees images in a personal "color key" and "composition key." He shows specific examples and describes how he utilizes these and other elements of composition in his pictures.
Haas develops and then explores these themes: The Movement and the Moment, Liberty and Discipline, Abstraction. He analyzes four "levels" of photography: confrontation, realization, transformation, and liberation using earth, fire, nature, water and atmosphere as subjects.
The program becomes a personal dialogue on the thoughts, philosophy, techniques and eye of one of the great artists of our time. Few photographers have thought about the process as deeply or expressed themselves as effectively as Ernst Haas.
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