Photography and Belief by David Lee Strauss

Photography and Belief (1991) by David Lee Strauss In David Levi Strauss’ essay, Photography and Belief, Strauss looks at how photography is facing new challenges as a result of new digital imaging technology and how this technology is throwing into question the future integrity of photography. Photography as mechanical reproduction almost immediately altered the auraContinue reading “Photography and Belief by David Lee Strauss”

Assignment 1 – Written Feedback

Above is attached a WordDoc for my Tutor’s written feedback for my first assignment. Overall Comments A successful piece of work based on good preparation that meets the brief. Feedback on assignment Demonstration of technical and Visual Skills, Quality of Outcome, Demonstration of Creativity Notes on, and in addition to, video tutorial [You need toContinue reading “Assignment 1 – Written Feedback”

Summary for Part 1, Looking at Them – The Representation of the Other.

I began this section with a preliminary exercise as a kind ice breaker in which I took photographs of people incognito and this really reaffirmed my discomfort of street photography which I think has become much harder to practise in our modern society that is now always under the gaze of CCTV and the worldContinue reading “Summary for Part 1, Looking at Them – The Representation of the Other.”

Human Rights Human Wrongs by Mark Sealy

Human Rights Human Wrongs The above link introduces Sealy photographic exhibition to quote: “Images can dehumanise us. They can make it easier to kill people,” says Mark Sealy, curator of Human Rights Human Wrongs, currently on exhibit at The Photographers’ Gallery “I grew up in Newcastle, sat on buses with characters calling me ‘Chalky’,” saysContinue reading “Human Rights Human Wrongs by Mark Sealy”

Larry Sultan

Larry Sultan, 1946 – 2009. An American photographer, he began as a conceptual photographer. In 1977 he and a photographer called Mike Mandel published a collection of photographs they found in government archives that they titled Evidence (1977). They then created large billboards to slow down traffic. Sultan later produced photographs of his parents andContinue reading “Larry Sultan”

Graham Smith

Graham Smith, born 1947, British photographer working in Middlesborough and the Northeast of England between the 1970s and 1980s, in the 1990’s Smith curtailed his photography and moved over to working with wood as a professional carpenter. His photography was in a documentary style specialising in the working-class people on Northern England. Who She WantedContinue reading “Graham Smith”

Martin Parr

Martin Parr, born 1952, British documentary photographer, photojournalist and collector of photo-books and boring postcards. The Last Resort 23, (1983-1986) by Martin Parr. On the beach in Nice in the south of France, (2015) by Martin Parr. Margate, Kent, (1986) by Martin Parr. Italy. Pisa. The Leaning Tower of Pisa, (from Small World) (1990) byContinue reading “Martin Parr”

Zed Nelson

Zed Nelson, born 1965, film director and photographer, famous for his celebrity portraits and his for the gallery projects. Zed Nelson David Tennant, b. 1971. Actor 2011 © Zed Nelson. Paul Weller, singer. Photographed at his recording studio in Kent. (date unknown) by Zed Nelson. “It’s my constitutional right to own a gun and protect my family.”Continue reading “Zed Nelson”

Susan Meiselas

Susan Meiselas, born 1948, American documentary photographer, best known for her photographs taken in war-torn Nicaragua and American carnival strippers. El Salvador (Soldiers search bus passengers along the Northern Highway, near Suchitoto, (1980) by Susan Meiselas Molotov Man, (1979) by Susan Meiselas. Untitled, (from Carnival Strippers) (1972-1975) bu Susan Meiselas. Untitled, (from Carnival Strippers) (1972-1975)Continue reading “Susan Meiselas”

Sally Mann

Sally Mann, born 1951, American photographer famous for her large-format black-and-white photographs. She fist photographed her young children then moved on to landscapes suggesting decay and death. Some of her photographs of her children would not be considered acceptable in today’s society due to their nudity and subject matter. Candy cigarette, (1986) by Sally Mann.Continue reading “Sally Mann”

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