Category Archives: Visual Communication

Exhibition Critique: Ian Strange

The photography exhibition that I attended was held at the NGV on Flinders Lane Melbourne by an artist named Ian Strange. The shape of the gallery was a C shape with roughly 10 images printed to large format. Along with … Continue reading

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Interview Questions

List meaningful questions I can ask photographers about their work. What inspires you? What are your influences? What does photography mean to you? How do you connect with your subjects when doing a photo shoot? How and to what extent … Continue reading

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Social Media Experiment

Document the steps you take to share these images with the online community. Comment on the positive steps as well as the not so successful. Include your reflection of these images taken as well as your responses to those comments. … Continue reading

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Copyright

Reflect upon these 3 scenarios: 1. As a working professional photographer you have noticed that someone has used one of your images in their blog. They have not credited you for being the original photographer but they have not said … Continue reading

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Authenticity and Validity

In the past photography has been used as a source of truth, an actual representation of reality. Photography is used in courts and can sometimes be submitted as evidence. Nowadays we have access to photo manipulation programs available at our … Continue reading

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Terry Berrett – Criticizing Photography

In this exercise I was required to look at photography from an objective perspective and critically evaluating the image. There are six category which I had to analyze: descriptive, explanatory, interpretive, ethically evaluative, aesthetically evaluative and theoretical. DESCRIPTIVE: Descriptive photographs … Continue reading

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Memorable Images

When I think of the word artwork what comes to mind are the images I saw when I went to the biennial in Venice 2007. For me the images are tied to the experience. One house that came to mind … Continue reading

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