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    Photography as coursework Photography as coursework Presentation Transcript

    • AS Photography Coursework/Mock
    • Themes – choose one • • • • • • Face Home Past and future Feet Culture Identity
    • Personal exploration • This work is the major part of your coursework • It has to be your own personal journey • It will take place in class time AND 5 hours homework (or more) a week until the deadline • Sketchbook and preparation need to be ready for producing your final pieces in the exam on 12 December (a whole day exam – warn your other teachers!)
    • Aim for • At least two detailed double page spreads a week (iefour pages) • A range of research – with images and annotations • A range of Historical references • A range of Cultural references • A range of Experiments
    • Final outcome • Your sketchbook (the same one as you are using at present!) • Final pieces – these could be: mounted/framed photos; a photographic story; a magazine spread, photographic advertising campaign etc
    • Example - Feet
    • First Mind Map • Think about all the places your chosen theme might be seen (fine art; adverts; campaigns; clothing; digipaks/cd covers; clothing; logos; signs etc) • What associations/meanings the word/theme has – different meanings for different viewers/countries/cultures • What techniques you might like to try – Adam will also do at least one experimental technique a week which you will apply to your theme
    • Research – first two spreads Start with researching some Art examples such as: • Painting • Sculpture • Stained glass • Ceramics • Tapestry/textiles
    • Explore artists through time • http://www.fotopedia.com/report er/stories/9Q8PWwTNats • Beware of April Fools!
    • Explore different cultures or religions
    • Photographers working on your theme
    • Explore wider connections or connotations
    • Explore uses of subject/theme in advertising, information contexts or design etc