Photography pushes painting aside. 3. The photographers’ motto was: precision, speed, cheapness. Many of them were also put on display in early 1950 in a show at New York’s Museum of Modern Art. Also make sure your flashlight beam is focused to a small area – that’s why I like the Maglites, they focus down to a small spot. What are the challenges of photographing at night? Timing – pick the right time of the day to do your waterfall photography and you can definitely give yourself more options to use longer shutter speeds. Also overcast days are better than bright ones. William Delafield Cook’s excitement is palpable at the recollection above, of his visit to the site of the waterfall painted by Eugene von Guérard (Waterfall, Strath Creek 1862, in the Gallery's collection) more than a century earlier. 2. For a broader more even light keep the flashlight beam wide and stand back from the subject a bit (4-8 feet) and light it from the side to create a nice cross light … F orget the morning glories and orificial irises, with their attendant readings of flamboyant female sexuality. In Paris during the Occupation, she made still lifes with sombre colour palettes. By 1939 Maar had withdrawn from photography to concentrate on painting. He greatly admired the 19th century artist’s painting for its topographical accuracy and evocation of a metaphysical dimension. In the south of France, her landscapes became more abstract. Filters – using a filter that cuts down the amount of light entering your camera can help also. This series of photographs, known ever since as Picasso’s “light drawings,” were made with a small electric light in a darkened room; in effect, the images vanished as soon as they were created and yet they still live, six decades later, in Mili’s playful, hypnotic images. Why do the photographers use a polarizing filter when photographing the waterfall? Why does Gardner suggest trying a horizontal photograph for a waterfall? 5. Bob Ross is most known for his paintings of mountain landscapes, happy trees, and waterfalls, but he also paints one hell of a campfire. Maar returned to the darkroom in her seventies, experimenting with hundreds of photograms (camera-less photographs). Painting resists and is determined not to capitulate. This is how the battle must be interpreted which started a hundred years ago when the camera was invented and which will only end when photography has finally pushed painting out of the place it held in daily life. These often reflect her environment. How did the photographers adjust to photographing at night? Why did the photographer “paint” the waterfall with the flashlight? I was still using the same flashlight with a DIY snoot, but for the background light in the final photo I got a blue plastic and placed it in front of my flashlight. In Episode 10 of Season 3 of The Joy of Painting, Bob Ross begins with a canvas covered in one of his signature colors, Alizarin Crimson. Around sunrise and sunset are obvious times as light is less bright. 4.