Project 2, Photography as Information – Exercise 5.3

Exercise 5.3 Looking again at Henri Cartier Bresson’s photograph Behind the Gare Saint-Lazarre,  introduced earlier in the module (Part 3 Traces of Time, Project 3 – What Matters Is To Look) we are asked to say whether there is a ‘pivotal point’ to which the eye returns. The point, is surely, the place where the … More Project 2, Photography as Information – Exercise 5.3

Project 1, The Distance Between Us – Exercise 5.2, part B – Personal Archive

Following on from Exercise 5.2 which required an homage to a chosen photographer and image further homage is requested from my personal archive. Whilst I have rarely deliberately set out to celebrate known photographers I have emulated some of the subject choices of Bernd and Hilla Becher. Image 1 – Water tower near Ossett Whilst … More Project 1, The Distance Between Us – Exercise 5.2, part B – Personal Archive

Project 1 – The Distance Between Us – Exercise 5.2

Exercise 5.2 The exercise requires an homage to a photographer of my choosing. I am asked to select a particular photograph and respond to it in whatever form I might wish. The photographer chosen is Joseph Wright and the particular image is Image 4 from his series Edgelands – The Floods and is reproduced here for educational … More Project 1 – The Distance Between Us – Exercise 5.2

Part 5, Project 1 – The Distance Between Us – Exercise 5.1

Exercise 5.1 Exercise 5.1 requires that the camera is used as a measuring device. Not as has previously been demonstrated in terms of a meter of light as in Exercise 4.1, nor as a measure of distance by the scale of the focussing ring but in terms of whether a connection might be found between … More Part 5, Project 1 – The Distance Between Us – Exercise 5.1