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  • SUMMER TASKS
  • Story telling “I love to tell stories, in my photography I want to create a fantasy, in documentary you are reporting on the truth but in my work I want to create an unreality that inspires the viewer” -Tim Walker Create a body of work that tells a story. The work should show clear reference to the Photography of Tim Walker and Miles Aldridge. Below are the lyrics to a song that you could use as a starting point for the work. The final product can take the form of stills or video but must tell a created story. Make sure to pay attention to all the different parts of your shoot and like Aldrige create a series of storey boards before you start remember the word pre visualisation
  • A Journey To me, photography is an art of observation. Its about finding something interesting in an ordinary place…I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.” Elliot Erwitt The summer is made up of movement and transition, as photographers you are in a position to see the world around you and capture reality as it unfolds. In this task you are to document a journey that you will make over the summer this could range from an overseas holiday a trip to a festival or a simple foray around the capital. Use your camera as a window to the world and capture the journey as it unfolds before you. View slide
  • Exhibition Leaflet Task During the Summer holiday you are required to create a hypothetical exhibition. Imagine you have access to any work, space and money is no object. Practical Tasks You are a curator of a modern forward thinking photography gallery based in central London. Your task is to put together a virtual exhibition. You can either choose to look at one specific photographers work or take a theme or title and put together an exhibition based around it. 1) Start the project with a brainstorm based around photographers, titles, and themes. Once you have done this you will them start to narrow down the work which will be exhibited in the exhibition. Each picture that you choose must have full analyses of the image. Also every photographer that you look at must be written about in your own words. View slide
  • Exhibition Leaflet Task • Step 1: Brainstorm all of your photographers to determine future practical and research developments. • Step 2: Define a theme for the exhibition- use your brainstorm and the photographers in your photographic hero presentations to help. • Step 3: Select Photographers linked to your theme. Choose more than you will probably need so that you can select the most appropriate later. Present these on your weebly- give your reasons behind all of your choices. • Step 4: Select several works for each photographer. Include titles, dates and our reasons once again. • Step 5: Choose at least three separate venues- known galleries, non-gallery spaces, exterior spaces etc. • Step 6: Whilst visiting exhibitions collect leaflets. Discuss these on your weebly paying particular attention to content, layout and general information. Create a list of negative and positive points. • Step 7: Write a proposal that outlines the content of your exhibition. Try to phrase it in a professional way as if you are pitching it to a potential investor. • Step 8: You need to ensure that your leaflet clearly reflects your research. Don't scrimp on text. make sure that all of your research is in your on your weebly • Step 9: Create mock-ups of the exhibition leaflet. At least three different versions. • Step 10: Complete final leaflet- it must be word processed.
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