Monthly Archives: February 2017

Assignment 6: Transitions

I worked on this assignment over the course of around five months, from conception to completion. I was tasked with showing how photographs of a landscape at certain intervals would show a transition. Location I decided upon Mill Hill in … Continue reading

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Assignment 5: Self-directed Project

Initial project proposal I sent the following project brief to my tutor before starting the project: I’d like to use this assignment as an exploration of unnoticed, un-photographed but essential elements of our man-altered landscape. I’d like to try and … Continue reading

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Assignment 5: Singular Shots

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Assignment 4: Tutor Feedback and Response

Overall Comments A well written submission. You have engaged with a discussion and shown some arguments. Occasionally well referenced, further development needed in using only academically suitable research, expanding on some points and using examples of contemporary practitioners to show … Continue reading

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