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Title
Hong Kong Photography of the 1950s
 
一九五○年代的香港攝影
Speaker(s)
Ms. WONG Wo-bik, Photographer
Ms. Sylvia NG, Curator
Organiser(s)
The Centre for Humanities Research
Library
Date/Time
19 March 2013
2:30 p.m.
-
19 March 2013
4:00 p.m.
Venue
2/F, Mini Theatre
Medium
Cantonese
Target Audience
Staff
Postgraduates
Undergraduates

3月19日,人文學科研究中心邀請了著名攝影師王禾璧女士以及策展人伍小儀女士在大學圖書館二樓開講,講題為「一九五○年代的香港攝影」。此次講座是人文學科研究中心組織的「一九五○年代的香港文學與文化講座系列」的第16場。伍小儀女士為大家介紹了四○年代到六○年代香港的攝影團體、攝影活動和攝影雜誌。同時,她也向我們展示五○年代攝影師的作品,並細心解釋作品裏面的細節。當時的攝影師竟然可以在菲林上進行修整,甚至可以達到今天Photoshop的程度,讓觀眾驚歎。王禾璧女士則向大家介紹備受尊重的香港攝影師邱良(1941-1997)。邱良拍下了許多香港街頭的風光,在九○年代也贏得了國際聲譽。

On March 19, the Centre for Humanities Research (CHR) invited well-acclaimed photographer Ms. Wong Wo-bik and curator Ms. Sylvia Ng to speak on the Photography of the 1950s. This is the 16th seminar of the Hong Kong Literature and Culture of the 1950s Seminar Series held by CHR.Ms. Sylvia Ng has introduced to us the organizations, activities and magazines of photography from the 1940s to 1960s. She has also explained to the audience the details in the works of the photographers of the 1950s. What amazed the audience was that those photographers were able to edit the film to some extent similar to Photoshop. Ms. Wong Wo-bik spoke on a well-respected photographer Yau Leung (1941-1997), who photographed the details of Hong Kong streetscapes and earned international reputation in the 1990s.