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  • 1. TITLE: DATE: PHOTOGRAPHER: ‘Lonely Metropolitan’ 1932 Herbert Bayer Content What do you think are the intentions of the photographer? What kind of mood is created? What wider issues do you think the photographer is exploring? Consider the title and time in which the photo was taken. (Look at the sentence starters for more help) Keywords Write 5-10 keywords in response to this photo: Mise en Scene (Setting in Scene” Look carefully at the picture. Explain what is going on in the scene from an objective/impartial viewpoint. Process What techniques /processes has the photographer used?
  • 2. Content What are the photographer’s intentions? There may be more than one. ‘PEC’ each intention. P The photographer intended to… E He did this by… (describe something in the image) C He wanted us to think / react … What wider social, political or cultural issues was the photographer addressing? P ______ is considering ______ in this piece of work. E This is shown by _____ C The photographer wanted to explore _____ How do the materials and techniques used by the photographer contribute to the work and the their intentions? P The photographer has used ______ in creating this work. E This creates a ______ effect. C This helps to support the photographer’s point about _____

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