Category Archives: Part Five: Resolution

Assignment 5: Final Version

Note: This ‘final version’ of assignment four includes additional work and changes based on tutor feedback. 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 … Continue reading

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Assignment 5: Tutor Feedback and Response

Overall Comments A thoughtful submission that began with some useful research but hasn’t necessarily been followed up enough. This left you in familiar territory of being unhappy with results based solely on aesthetic appeal. Feedback on assignment Demonstration of technical … 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

Bins Bridge Undersides Bus Shelters

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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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