Category Archives: Part 3

Assignment 3: The Decisive Moment – Exercise 3.2 (part 1)

Research Having done a fair amount of research into the “pioneers” of street photography for this assignment I wanted to get a feel for contemporary photographers and how they approached their craft.  I was blown away by the quality, style … Continue reading

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The Decisive Moment: My Thoughts (Research Point)

Before you go any further, give some careful thought to the ‘decisive moment’ debate and note down where you stand (at the moment, anyway) in your learning log. You’ll come back to this in Assignment Three.   I have struggled … Continue reading

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Exercise 3.3 (Project 3 – What Matters is to Look)

1.  What do the timeframes of the camera actually look like? If you have a manual film camera, open the camera back (make sure there’s no film in the camera first!) and look through the shutter as you press the … Continue reading

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Exercise 3.2 (Project 2 – A Durational Space)

………. using slow shutter speeds, the multiple exposure function, or another technique inspired by the examples above, try to record the trace of movement within the frame. You can be as experimental as you like. Add a selection of shots together … Continue reading

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Project 2: A durational space

In the first part of this project we are asked to think about the problem of capturing movement within a still image.  A number of photographers  attempt to resolve the problem by “leaving a trace of movement within the frame”  … Continue reading

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Exercise 3.1 (Project 1 – The Frozen Moment)

Exercise 3.1 Using fast shutter speeds, try to isolate a frozen moment of time in a moving subject. Depending on the available light you may have to select a high ISO to avoid visible blur in the photograph. Try to … Continue reading

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Project 3: Surface and depth

RESEARCH POINT – THOMAS RUFF:jpegs Read the reviews by Campany and Colberg and, if you haven’t already done so, use them to begin the contextual section of your learning log. Try to pick out the key points made by each … Continue reading

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