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  • 1. Show through photography a stage in someone life. religion twitter maps Self Photograph of someone's emotion at different stages in the day using reflection. journey Self journey movement reflection adventures emotions myanmar exploring channel discovery gold Landscapes abstract museums treasure money boundaries fossils history dinosaurs reflection Taking a photograph of something in a museum and in the reflection have a faint picture of its use before the museum.
  • 2. I think this photograph stands out from the rest because its about self discovery which everyone goes through, I also think it’s a powerful photograph because it shows that underneath emotions everyone is the same at that an emotion is just a mask to hide what is underneath. From looking at this photograph I realised I wanted to take some photographs like this so I have three different ideas to go from. With all of these ideas I would do the photography in black and white as this would show more detail and make the photograph have more feeling as the person would be discovering every emotion in idea 2 and not all emotions are happy so I think it would work best and get more feeling across if the photograph was black and white. 1. my first idea was to have my model looking in the mirror with an emotion on her face, for example she is looking happy, however in the reflection in the mirror it shows her emotion as sad. I think this photograph would be good as it would show that just by looking at a person you cant really tell what they are feeling as you may not see a persons emotion just by looking at them. 2. my second idea was to have a person looking straight into the camera with a no face, just like the photograph with a row of masks with different emotions hanging behind the person, this would show how people can just choose a emotion and the emotion is just a mask that’s hiding what is underneath, 3. my third idea is were the model has no face again ad is holding her face as a mask just below her face, then I would photograph the movement as the emotion change and the mask is moving across. This would show how the journey of emotions are changing
  • 3. Emotion mood board
  • 4. emotions Researchers were surprised to discover that unlike other emotions that can be pinpointed to specific parts of the body – such as feelings in the throat region for disgust –happiness was felt all over the body. Meanwhile, feelings of anger and fear brought strong emotions to the chest, sadness and depression showed dullness in the legs and feet. ‘When single emotions occur and there is no reason for them to be modified or concealed, expressions typically last between 0.5 to 4 seconds and involve the entire face’ colour can dramatically affect moods, feelings, and emotions. It is a powerful communication tool and can be used to signal action, influence mood, and cause physiological reactions. Certain colours have been associated with increased blood pressure, increased metabolism, and eyestrain.
  • 5. Colours on the blue side of the spectrum are known as cool colours and include blue, purple and green. These colours are often described as calm, but can also call to mind feelings of sadness or indifference.` Colours in the red area of the colour spectrum are known as warm colours and include red, orange and yellow. These warm colours evoke emotions ranging from feelings of warmth and comfort to feelings of anger and hostility. Chromotherapy is sometimes referred to as light therapy or colourology and is still used today as a holistic or alternative treatment. Red was used to stimulate the body and mind and to increase circulation Yellow was thought to stimulate the nerves and purify the body. Orange was used to heal the lungs and to increase energy levels Blue was believed to soothe illnesses and treat pain. Indigo shades were thought to alleviate skin problems.
  • 6. Human emotions The component that seems to be the core of common sense approaches to emotion is the feeling component, i.e., the passion or sensation of emotion. A less obvious component of emotion is the set of internal bodily changes caused by the smooth muscles and glands. Another obvious descriptive component of emotion is the set of behaviours that may be performed and observed in conjunction with an emotion. Another less observable component in emotion consists of the ideation, imagery, and thoughts that occur during emotion. fear and surprise shared the "signal" of wide open eyes, while anger and disgust shared a wrinkled nose. ‘The study has challenged a commonly-held belief that there are six basic emotions of happiness, sadness, fear, anger, surprise and disgust.’