Monthly Archives: January 2017

Assignment 3: Tutor Feedback and Response

Overall Comments A submission that partially fulfilled your brief. Further research on contemporary practitioners and having a consistent line of enquiry would have benefited you greatly. Feedback on assignment Demonstration of technical and Visual Skills, Quality of Outcome, Demonstration of … Continue reading

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Ex. 4.1: Critical review proposal

I had to e-mail my tutor with my proposal for the fourth assignment- a critical review of a specific aspect of landscape photography. – Hey Les, It’s a bit wordy, but the title I’ve come up with is: “A debate … Continue reading

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Ex. 5.6: Context and meaning

I had to make a sketch of how I’d ideally like to see the photographs from my fifth assignment in a gallery space. For me, the ‘white cube’ has always been my ideal palette for art showings. This work would … Continue reading

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Ex. 5.7: Prepare your artist’s statement

I had to look at a number of photographers artist’s statements, and then write my own to be included in the fifth assignment. I noticed that the artists generally chose to either talk about themselves or the particular work they … Continue reading

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Ex. 5.5: Create a slideshow

I can’t express just how little slideshows do for me. Not a photograph and neither a film, slideshows feel cheap and empty to me. There’s no time to look in-depth at an image, there’s no control for the viewer, but … Continue reading

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