Master Research Sources Summary in order of the coursework

Assignment One: One Square Mile Keith Arnatt Fig 1 Arnatt, K. Tate (1969) Keith Arnatt 1930–2008 | Tate [Photograph] At: https://www.tate.org.uk/art/artists/keith-arnatt-666 (Accessed 12/4/2020). Arnatt, K. (2015) Arnatt, Keith – Liverpool Beach Burial 1968 – With Reference To Death. At: http://withreferencetodeath.philippocock.net/blog/arnatt-keith-liverpool-beach-burial-1968/ (Accessed 14/4/2020). Tate (2020) Keith Arnatt 1930–2008 | Tate. At: https://www.tate.org.uk/art/artists/keith-arnatt-666 (Accessed 14/4/2020). Gawain Barnard Fig 1 Barnard, G. (2020) Gawain Barnard: Boredom To Burn. [Photograph] At: https://www.gawainbarnard.com/ (AccessedContinue reading Master Research Sources Summary in order of the coursework

COVID-19 Resources for Photographers- BY LENSCULTURE & NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

The times are tough for everyone at the moment and each one of us is struggling with either common or specific and unique issues. With different lockdown restrictions across the world, it is quite normal to feel suffocated and stressed about limitations and ideas to work with and still being able to produce a strong … Continue reading COVID-19 Resources for Photographers- BY LENSCULTURE & NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

Exercise 1.4 Frame

Brief The final exercise of this project makes use of the viewfinder grid display of a digital camera. This function projects a grid onto the viewfinder screen to help align vertical and horizontal lines, such as the horizon or the edge of a building, with the edge of the frame. Please check your camera manual … Continue reading Exercise 1.4 Frame

Research point: Book review of Thomas Ruff’s “JPEGS” by David Campany and Joerg Colberg

David Campany Campany opines that Ruff’s art offers specific kinds of pleasures to the viewer, both on a creative and the cognitive front. He describes Ruff’s work as being impassive, unemotional, deliberate, curious, and unorthodox, yet surprisingly beautiful at times. His images are intimate and alien at the same time to our collective understanding of … Continue reading Research point: Book review of Thomas Ruff’s “JPEGS” by David Campany and Joerg Colberg

Research & Reflections: Eugène Atget | László Moholy-Nagy

The 1880’s marked significant developments in the field of photography, witnessing a remarkable growth for both amateur and commercial photography, with the invention of dry-plate photography that made it easier to make images and the fact that the process of mechanical reproduction of photographs became easier allowing a widespread distribution of images. This post will … Continue reading Research & Reflections: Eugène Atget | László Moholy-Nagy

Exercise 1.3: Line

BRIEF – PART 1 Take a number of shots using lines to create a sense of depth. Shooting with a wide- angle lens (zooming out) strengthens a diagonal line by giving it more length within the frame. The effect is dramatically accentuated if you choose a viewpoint close to the line. EXECUTION The following images … Continue reading Exercise 1.3: Line

Exercise 1.2: Point

Introduction A point is the smallest graphical element, if you join many points together you make a line. In mathematics, a point doesn’t have any weight at all, it indicates a place. So compositionally, a point has to be small within the frame and its position is generally more important than its form. Brief Take … Continue reading Exercise 1.2: Point