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Alfred Horsley Hinton

Data di nascita: 1863
Data di morte: 25. Febbraio 1908

Alfred Horsley Hinton was an English landscape photographer, best known for his work in the pictorialist movement in the 1890s and early 1900s. As an original member of the Linked Ring and editor of The Amateur Photographer, he was one of the movement's staunchest advocates. Hinton wrote nearly a dozen books on photographic technique, and his photographs were exhibited at expositions throughout Europe and North America. Wikipedia

Frasi Alfred Horsley Hinton

„A good negative is one thing, but a negative that will enable us to get a good picture is another.“

—  Alfred Horsley Hinton

Origine: Practical Pictorial Photography, 1898, Development of negatives, p. 106

„Art seeks ever to conceal the means by which its effects are produced and the method in which the work is wrought.“

—  Alfred Horsley Hinton

Origine: Practical Pictorial Photography, 1898, Printing the picture and controlling its formation, p. 90

„Photography itself may err by inaccurately rendering the relative tones in Nature. Then we shall have to ask, What is " Tone "?…“

—  Alfred Horsley Hinton

Origine: Practical Pictorial Photography, 1898, How expression may be given to a picture, p. 34

„…but record and recognition are not pictorial qualities.“

—  Alfred Horsley Hinton

Origine: Part II : Practical Pictorial Photography, The consideration of some examples of sharp and suppressed definition, p. 44

„…skies and clouds were still regarded as something quite apart from the rest of the picture, and, indeed, are still so regarded by the less advanced.“

—  Alfred Horsley Hinton

Origine: Practical Pictorial Photography, 1898, Clouds. Their use, and practical instructions as to how to photography them, p. 92

„As a rule, in pictorial photography a long-focus lens will on the whole be most satisfactory.“

—  Alfred Horsley Hinton

Origine: Practical Pictorial Photography, 1898, The use of the lens in pictorial work, p. 58

„The desire to see for the sake of seeing is with most people the only desire to be gratified; hence the delight in detail.“

—  Alfred Horsley Hinton

Origine: Practical Pictorial Photography, 1898, Methods - The practical application of means to end, p. 27

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