Unit Learning Evaluation

Unit Learning Evaluation   After enrolling this course and receiving the materials, almost immediately, Covid entered our lives. I had planned to speed the course and intensify the study. Motivated to go outside and photograph. How different the year went. The first lockdown prevented me from taking any images...

Submitted Images

January 29, 2021

  Submitted Images   The images selected for submission follow the assignments and the growing culmination and development during this unit. Each series is introduced by a written connection to the assignment and its underlying motivation and thought.   Narrative, the unseen Seeing the harsh life on the Valenciana...

Assignment Five: Making it Up

  New Year Suddenly she was living alone in isolation, left in a digital-only society. A precious year lost or at least utterly useless, a big gathering of uncertainties filled her existence. Climate, Brexit, Trump, China, Pandemic, a rapidly vaporising nature, her nature, her climate. If she opposed all...

REVISED Assignemnet Four: A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words – Essay

Coppens, Martien (c.1935-45) View of Bakelse Heikant: fields on the edge of pine forest, separated by winding road. Dutch province Brabant; Lieshout.   Land of Silence Martien Coppens View of Bakelse Heikant: fields on the edge of pine forest, separated by winding road is an overwhelming subdued, almost...

Project 1: Autobiographical self-portraiture

“It is difficult not to read Woodman’s many self-portraits – she produced over five hundred during her short lifetime – as alluding to a troubled state of mind. She committed suicide at the age of twenty-two.” (Bright) Look up the work of photographer Francesca Woodman online. What evidence can...

Assignment three: Self Portraiture Reflection

Brief: Drawing upon the examples in Part Three and your own research, you can approach your self-portraits however, you see fit. You may choose to explore your identity or masquerade as someone else or use empty locations or objects to speak of your experiences. However, you choose to approach...

Reflection: Using pictures to tell a story (Death of the Author)

Reflection or is this contemplating. A very clarifying thought and differentiation by Hurn, between Picture story and essay, where the latter is apparent a dissertation on a personal view, open to interpretation and control over the viewer’s interpreted narrative; where the story is a much more directive, a more...

Project 1: Telling a Story

How does a photograph that’s depicting history creates new history itself? A Spanish documentary El Americano (Trinidad, 2020) is about Eugene Smiths’s influence on some lives in the small village. In this documentary, Smith follows mainly two families, the Larra and the Curiel-Montero. The girl with the beautiful face...

Project 2: Photojournalism

Photojournalism is a particular form of journalism (the collecting, editing, and presenting of news material for publication or broadcast) that employs images in order to tell a news story.(Wikipedia Contributors, 2020) Photojournalism is a form of journalism in which written copy is subordinate to pictorial usually photographic presentation of...