Assignment three: A narrative photograph

Photography is often used as a tool to document the specificity of visual appearances. We’re all familiar with this use in passport photography, anthropological photography and crime photography. There’s no pretence at aesthetic quality: the photographer points the camera at the subject and tries to take a neutral ‘visual document’ which stands as visual evidence…Read more »

Reflections and thoughts on Assignment two: Painting with Light

Starting with Part III today, the first question that is posed to us is: Can you identify both the apparent subject and any other connotations from your photos from Assignment Two, for example? Having finished the second assignment successfully, I was given a constructive feedback that raised a lot of questions – like what would…Read more »