March 22, 2019

In the webinar this week you will be considering the intent and authorship of your own practice and how you construct your work for a presumed audience and context in preparation for your Week 10 Peer Review Video Presentation and your Critical Review of Practice....

March 22, 2019

"Nonstop imagery (television, streaming video, movies) is our surround, but when it comes to remembering, the still photograph has the deeper bite. Memory freeze-frames; its basic unit is the single image. In an era of information overload, the photograph provides a qu...

March 17, 2019

I think to start with I must say I am not deluded or led a sheltered life but on the other hand, refuse to have constant distressing images thrown at me on a daily basis especially when there is not a thing I can do about it. This last presentation should have come wit...

March 17, 2019

I for one have grown up with Nat Geo on the table, it was I guess pretty instrumental in my interest in all things flora and fauna as well as my interest in other cultures. Without the internet as we have to today, there weren’t many forms of alternating opinions to go...

March 14, 2019

A really diverse subject but to skim the surface.

Looking at the ways that we disseminate photographs today is a bit of minefield. I feel after looking at various practices that it all comes down to the individual preferences, styles and desires. Often with restrictions...

March 8, 2019

I started the day with a nervous excitement and a little heavy head, Malbec induced from the social last night. I have never so much as touched a 5 x 4 camera never mind used one, fears of dropping it where pretty high. As Jesse and Gary gave a very detailed explanatio...

March 6, 2019

Nothing like a guilt trip to get a gaze out of you.

This advertisement was one of many created for Amnesty to highlight some of the most troubling issues the current times at that time, Child Poverty. The image forces a gaze, not through appeal, but through pity, it is...

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