Basics Creative Photography, Volume 3: Behind the Image

Basics Creative Photography, Volume 3: Behind the Image

Anna Fox, Natasha Caruana

Language: English

Pages: 178

ISBN: 2:00287015

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Basics Creative Photography, Volume 3: Behind the Image

Anna Fox, Natasha Caruana

Language: English

Pages: 178

ISBN: 2:00287015

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Basics Creative Photography 03: Research Methods is a lively exploration of how to undertake research. It brings together a wide range of different approaches and invites learners to consider innovative approaches to the way they work.Through reflection and evaluation we look at how all aspects of research can contribute to the realization of a dynamic body of work that brings a whole new dimension to an image. Informed research lies at the heart of engaging photography. Without understanding how to do research and why it is valuable, a budding photographer is unlikely to grasp the full potential for the medium. This title presents students of photography with a range of tools and ideas to assist them in engaging with the research process and how to start to work as a reflective practitioner. At a time when the world is saturated with photographs, it is vital that an up-and-coming photographer understands what lies behind the surface of the making of a photographic project or body of work.

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Publisher’s note By incorporating a ‘working with ethics’ section and cover stamp on all our titles, AVA Publishing aims to help a new generation of students, educators and practitioners find a methodology for structuring their thoughts and reflections in this vital area. Featured contributors Andrew Bruce Anthony Luvera Barbara Kruger Clare Strand Dean Hollowood Derek Ridgers Grace Lau Harry Watts Hashem el Madani Helen Goodin Helen Sear Jeff Wall Jo Longhurst Joachim Schmid John Davies Joy

type of archive provides a mine of information about the past. Newspapers all over the world have their own archives and these are well worth exploring. Museums are committed to education and continuously run events, talks and conferences that are of great value to both the student and the professional researcher. You can often subscribe to regular email newsletters to keep you informed about particular museums. You will also find different types of experts in museums — from archivists to

on the Internet. The Internet has become a valuable and accessible way to connect researchers to archives around the globe, some well known and some only recently uncovered. Title: Painted Cow, World War II Source: Alpha Press Many museums have historical photographic collections specific to their subject of interest. This image shows a cow being painted to make it more visible to pedestrians and motorists during the blackouts of World War II. Δ The Internet | Archives | Other interactive forms

where shadows will fall, how the sky looks, what happens to the light in different seasons. For example, in the UK, distinctive golden morning light tends to appear during the winter only. 001-168 03267.indd 78 Job:03267 Title: Basics Creative Photography-Behind The Image (AVA) 11/2/11 Page:78 11:53:52 AM JJ J 79 LLLL JJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJ LLLL 3.12 3.12 Title: New Street Station, Birmingham, UK Photographer: John Davies Davies, a landscape photographer, is well known

the genre has expanded greatly. Documentary photography is now found in many different places including in photographers’ monographs, on gallery walls and in magazines. Today’s documentary photography can be complex and multi-layered and often demands time to digest its meanings. Reportage photography, or photojournalism, generally reports on significant, newsworthy events, people and places. Reportage stories are regularly found in magazines, newspapers, books, on the Web and sometimes on gallery

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