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Landscape- Assignment 6- Transitions

For my representation of the idea of ‘transitions’ within the landscape, I chose to photograph “Maria’s tree” in Rugeley. This provided a very simple landscape which would allow me to easily take the images on separate intervals and be able … Continue reading

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Landscape- Assignment 5- Self Directed Project

It’s has taken awhile, but I have finally finished my 5th assignment. I have attached the files for the PDF test book and evaluation Exploring Stafford’s Edgelands Book 1 Exploring Stafford’s Edgelands Book 1.pdfdustjacketA ssignment 5- Evaluation

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Landscape- Exercise 3:4- A persuasive image

This exercise was split into 2 parts. In the first part we had to find 3 examples of landscape photographs that are used to “assert a particular ideological point of view”. Once we had chosen them we had to make … Continue reading

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Landscape- Exercise 3.3- ‘Late Photography’

For this exercise we were asked to read David Campany’s essay “Safety in Numbness: Some Remarks on the Problems of ‘Late Photography’” and summarise the key points. We also had to note our own observations of his points. For the second … Continue reading

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Landscape- Assignment 2- A Journey

The brief for this assignment asked us to either document a journey or explore the idea of journeys. I chose to do the former. I started this assignment by looking at what is meant by a journey. The Collins Dictionary … Continue reading

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Book review- Psychogeography

I have just finished reading Psychogeography by Merlin Coverley (ISBN 978-1-84243-347-8) as part of the suggested reading for my landscape module. I found the book to be thoroughly interesting, full of fascinating insights and quotes from various people associated with the psychogeographical movement. … Continue reading

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Landscape- Exercise 2:6- Edgelands

In this exercise, we were asked to read 2 chapters from M.S. Roberts and P Farley’s Edgelands- Journeys into England’s True Wilderness (“Wire” & “Power”) and note our responses to them. I thoroughly enjoyed reading both chapters, so much so that … Continue reading

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Landscape- Exercise 2:5- Text in Art

This section on landscapes as a journey, we had to look at land art and the use of text within landscape practise. The idea of this is to represent an artist’s experience of the landscape as they move through it. … Continue reading

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Landscape- Exercise 2.2- Explore a Road

For this exercise there were 2 parts. The first required us to explore a street that is well known to us, I chose the street I live on, and take a series of photographs of it, thinking of new ways, … Continue reading

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Landscape- Exercise 1:8- Zone system in practise

This exercise required us to take 3 photos in “relatively high dynamic range” making sure that the exposure choice shows as much detail as possible in the lightest and darkest areas of the photo. As this exercise is more for … Continue reading

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