Part 3 Project 2 – The Durational Space – Wong Kar-Wai

Research In the film Chungking Express there is a scene where Cop 633 drinks coffee from a Styrofoam cup whilst Fay, leaning on the serving counter. watches him. The two main characters of the scene are in focus within the depth of field. Outside of the shop, nearer to the viewer, pedestrians move quickly by … More Part 3 Project 2 – The Durational Space – Wong Kar-Wai

Part 3 Project 3 What Matters Is To Look – Cartier Bresson “Just Plain Love”

Henri Cartier Bresson is the photographer famed for this black and white images depicting precise moments where movement and what he calls the “geometry” [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hyhMqDfmG9o], or structure of the architecture and architectural accessories such as railings, the subject/subjects, have come together to make a photograph that resonates with many who view it. The concept of … More Part 3 Project 3 What Matters Is To Look – Cartier Bresson “Just Plain Love”

Part 3 Traces of Time – Project 2: A Durational Space – Robert Capa

  Research and Reflection Movement can be captured within a frame by freezing the motion of the subject utilising high shutter speeds. The opposite approach is to choose not to freeze the motion of the subject, to leave traces of motion within the frame. There are many famous examples of motion within images. Robert Capa’s Normandy … More Part 3 Traces of Time – Project 2: A Durational Space – Robert Capa

Part 3 Project 2 – A Durational Space – Sugimoto

Research Hiroshi Sugimoto is a photographer who has explored the use of long timeframes, using the camera’s bulb mode, to record ‘films’ and the observance of films in New York’s film theatres. What results from his recordings, of a single image for anything up to 3 hours when developed is none of the film being available … More Part 3 Project 2 – A Durational Space – Sugimoto