Part 2, Project 2, Image and Text – Interpretation of a Poem

. Exercise Choose a poem that resonates with you and then interpret it through photographs. Don’t attempt to describe the poem but instead give a sense of the feeling of the poem and the essence it exudes. You may choose to develop this idea into creating a short series of images reflecting your personal response … More Part 2, Project 2, Image and Text – Interpretation of a Poem

Notes – Considerations and Ideas – Exercise, Poem – [Unitled] by Dan Annett

Preparatory notes – first responses to [Untitled] by Dan Annett Notes CN2CourseworkPoemP1 CN2CourseworkPoemP2 CN2CourseworkPoemP3 CN2CourseworkPoemP4 These notes demonstrate initial thought processes and what I feel in response to the poem.  The are however not a ‘finished’ set of notes and only provided a commenciery point. For me, though not all of my feelings may be in … More Notes – Considerations and Ideas – Exercise, Poem – [Unitled] by Dan Annett

Project 5, The Manipulated Image, exercise – The Real and the Digital – Liz Wells

Exercise The question as to what is ‘real’ has long been attached to photography. There have been assumptions attached to film photography by those who had no dark room experience that the photograph was a document. And even that photographers wouldn’t be so ‘manipulative’ as to selectively compose or crop in camera to put a … More Project 5, The Manipulated Image, exercise – The Real and the Digital – Liz Wells

Project 4, The Gallery Wall – documentary as art, exercise – Pickering Public Order

Exercise Sarah Pickering’s series Public Order isn’t what it might first appear to be. The images are a series of documentary photographs of police training grounds. Whilst they look quite realistic there is a sense of difference from ‘real’ life that is showing. It is this sense of difference that brings something to the series. … More Project 4, The Gallery Wall – documentary as art, exercise – Pickering Public Order

Project 3, Reportage – Exercise – Street Photography, Colour versus Monochrome

Exercise Surrey Street in Sheffield City Centre was chosen as the location.. The street has some intersections with other streets for added interest, some areas of partial pedestrianisation and the architecture of the Sheffield Winter Gardens. The exercise required 30 colour images and 30 monochrome images. Contemporary street photography had been researched. The colour images … More Project 3, Reportage – Exercise – Street Photography, Colour versus Monochrome