Brief: Everything changes, weathers, grows or otherwise shows signs of transformation. Changes in the weather can create a drastic change in the appearance of a place. Cooking something changes it. People tend to look sprightly in the morning and worn out at night. Make a sequence of photographs that shows the same subject, but in different states i.e. changing. You can choose any subject you like, but clearly identify it and note down the conditions of change you want to show. Produce at least three images in the sequence – that shows the different states of the subject and communicates the change you’ve identified.
My thoughts: I have tried to document one foggy morning out of my 19th-floor window, at an interval of half an hour each, to document the intensity of the fog and how it clears eventually over a period of several hours. I have shown five images in my sequence.
Learning from coursework:
This is a spot where I have made images earlier as well, right at the beginning of the coursework. At that time, I was a novice but this time around I had a few tools o that I experimented with. Initially, I tried to document this change at night using long exposures but because of the darkness and intense fog, the results were not satisfactory for me. I am nevertheless attaching the contact sheets for those images, that can be viewed here – Documenting Change
I then documented this change starting early morning once the visibility was enough to focus and have taken images at an interval of half an hour each. Before 7:30 AM it was not possible to focus even as one could not see anything beyond the railing of the balcony.