Photolanguage: How Photos Reveal the Fascinating Stories of Our Lives and Relationships

Photolanguage How Photos Reveal the Fascinating Stories of Our Lives and Relationships There is going on in most photographs than we usually see hidden desires and fears unspoken loves and hates people s valiant efforts to camouflage themselves in the public world and the inevitable

  • Title: Photolanguage: How Photos Reveal the Fascinating Stories of Our Lives and Relationships
  • Author: Robert U. Akeret
  • ISBN: 9780393049688
  • Page: 171
  • Format: Hardcover
  • There is going on in most photographs than we usually see hidden desires and fears, unspoken loves and hates, people s valiant efforts to camouflage themselves in the public world, and the inevitable leakage of their hopes and dreams and difficulties Most of us do not see these aspects because, as Robert Akeret says, we do not know the vocabulary of photolanguage.HerThere is going on in most photographs than we usually see hidden desires and fears, unspoken loves and hates, people s valiant efforts to camouflage themselves in the public world, and the inevitable leakage of their hopes and dreams and difficulties Most of us do not see these aspects because, as Robert Akeret says, we do not know the vocabulary of photolanguage.Here, using 150 photographs spanning 100 years, Akeret explores such themes as power, seduction, immortality, passion, and narcissism Readers will find Frank Sinatra uncharacteristically off balance, O J Simpson smirking his way to freedom, Jodie Foster adored by her mother, Bill Clinton unconvincingly wagging a finger, and Bill Gates as the Wizard of Oz The author shares his personal interpretations, teaching by example and inviting readers to join the fun 148 black and white photographs.

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    1. Robert U. Akeret

      Robert U Akeret received his doctorate in psychology from Columbia University and his certificate in psychoanalysis from the William Alanson White Institute where he trained with Rollo May and Erich Fromm He has worked in the counseling services at Columbia University, the City College of New York, and is a past President of the Association of Psychoanalytic Psychologists.

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    2. حذف تعداد قابل توجهی از عکس‌های این کتاب در چاپ فارسی، خوندنش رو به تجربه‌ای دردناک تبدیل کرده. صفحات زیادی از کتاب به نقد عکس‌هایی سیاه شده که نه اثری ازشون هست و نه ارجاعی به عنوان یا نام عکاسشون.


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    5. دوستان فراموش كردن متن مربوط به عكسهاي حذف يا سانسور شده رو حذف كنن. كتاب ناقص به نظر مياد كاملا


    6. رابرت اکرت روانپزشک در این کتاب به تحلیل عکس ها پرداخته است. او معتقد است که از طریق عکس ها می توان به آرزوها و ترس های پنهان، عشق و نفرت و در واقع احساسات افراد پی برد. البته برای تحلیل درست عکس ها معتقد است که باید به درستی بدانیم عکس در چه شرایطی گرفته شده است و از داستان عکس آگ [...]


    7. تنها بدی این کتاب حذف بعضی از عکسها بود.به جز این من ازخوندن هر صفحه اش لذت بردم



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