4HP06C19

History of Photography – Post Modern Era: Hemant Jariwala

"From the start of WW2 to the end of the 20th Century, there was an explosion in the practice of photography and the availability of diverse equipment and processes (e.g. black and white, colour, infrared). The making of images also evolved beyond just an ‘aesthetic art form’, for example: documentary; war reportage; urban/street photography; sports and photojournalism. In this part, we shall explore this dynamic period of photographic history through the influence of different genres and a number of post-war photographers that have become household names: Henri Cartier-Bresson; Don McCullin; Steve McCurry; Vivian Maier and many others."

Tutor: Hemant Jariwala

"Hemant Jariwala is an award-winning photographer who specialises in botanical, garden and landscape photography. Hemant’s images are regularly published in popular photography & garden life-style magazines, greeting cards, calendars and books, around the world. In 1993, he won the prestigious UK Practical Photography magazine – ‘Photographer of the Year’."