NOTES P2-E1 2021-02-08 17:04:04 – Photography: The Key Concepts

February 8, 2021

2021-02-08 17:04:04 – Photography: The Key Concepts 103 The French photographer Gaspard-Félix Tournachon Nadar, for example, took up the function of a traditional portrait artist: the need to satisfy a sitter with a society portrait that idealized the sitter for future generations, or, in the case of public society...

NOTES P1-E2 2021-02-08 17:04:04 – Mythologies

February 8, 2021

2021-02-08 17:04:04 – Mythologies 149 men exist only as “types.” In Spain, for instance, the Basque is an adventurous sailor, the Levantine a carefree gardener, the Catalan a cunning tradesman, and the Cantabrian a sentimental mountaineer 149 Here we recognize this disease of essence , which is the basis...

Part 1 – Exercise 2: Background as context

February 6, 2021

Exercise 2: Background as context   Brief: Study Sander’s portraits in very close detail, making notes as you go. Look at how his subjects are positioned in relation to each other or their environment. Are they facing the camera or looking away? What, if any, props does Sander use?...

Exercise 1: Historic portrait

February 4, 2021

Exercise 1: Historic portrait Do some research into historic photographic portraiture. Select one portrait to really study in depth. Write a maximum of 500 words about this portrait, but don’t merely ‘describe’ what you see. The idea behind this exercise is to encourage you to be more reflective in...

Research Task: Identity

February 2, 2021

Research Task: Identity    

Learning Outcomes and Assessment Criteria

February 2, 2021

PH4IAP – Photography 1: Identity and Place Learning Outcomes LO1 demonstrate an ability to make technically accomplished photographic work and apply technique purposefully and appropriately LO2 be able to translate ideas into visual outcomes with confidence and autonomy LO3 show a developed critical understanding of contemporary practice in relation...