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Documentary final outomes 2013


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Documentary final outomes 2013

  1. 1. Documentary Project Final Outcomes
  2. 2. Your final outcomes need to be based around one of the following stimuli: - strangers - ‘my tribe’ - faith - health - transport - role models - urbanisation • Mind map of your ideas for your final concept. Need to include an explanation of what you are doing and why. • Contact sheets annotated of each shoot. • Print best 4 images from each shoot A5 in your book and reflect on your areas of development and your aims for the next shoot. FINAL DEADLINE: During One to One tutorials from 6th January Mock week.
  3. 3. In your sketchbook Planning • Mind map of your ideas for your final concept. Need to include an explanation of what you are doing and why. • Contact sheets annotated of each shoot. • Print best 4 images from each shoot A5 in your book and reflect on your areas of development and your aims for the next shoot. Artist Research • 800 words minimum • Analyse 4 images (use help sheet on moodle/blog) including concept behind the body of work, technical, lighting and compositional analysis.
  4. 4. Strangers
  5. 5. Henri Cartier Bresson
  6. 6. Richard Avedon – In the American West
  7. 7. Nick Turpin
  8. 8. Nick Turpin
  9. 9. Jaskirt Dhaliwal - Everyday Olympian
  10. 10. Katy Grannan
  11. 11. Beat Strueli - Bangkok 02
  12. 12. Jonathan Bielaski
  13. 13. ‘my tribe’ • • • • Family friends Personal possessions home
  14. 14. Sophie Call The Hotel series – go to
  15. 15. Jeff Harris • - takes a portrait of himself every day.
  16. 16. Alec Soth - Niagara
  17. 17. Richard Billingham • Series of work: Rays a laugh
  18. 18. Nan Goldin Photographs her friends and family. A lot of her work is about gender politics.
  19. 19. Taryn Simon - 'A Living Man Declared Dead and Other Chapters'. She has been photographing the descendents of 18 different bloodlines, each based around a particular situation, exploring predetermination and notions of perpetual return. There are many blank photographs for those who couldn’t be photographed.
  20. 20. Health • • • • • • Food Mental health Physical health Sport Exercise Medication
  21. 21. Finlay Mckay
  22. 22. Timothy Archibald – sometimes I wonder • photography was a way of connecting with his autistic son, Eli. Archibald says, “People jump to all sorts of desperate measures to feel like they’re doing something— a diet, a new medication, a special doctor…and this helped me feel like I was doing something.…We got to work as equals on something.”
  23. 23.  Evi Numan  My work consists of portraits of people with medical disorders that are invisible to the casual observer. I try to photograph the intangible beauty that comes from the mental and physical suffering that often plagues the human condition, but is rarely explored in an honest manner. I’m interested in the painful and exhilarating experiences that colour their lives of those suffering from mental and neurological illness and I attempt to reveal them on the faces of my subjects. Using the face as a map of psychological experience, I try to unveil the telltale subtleties apparent in each individual’s physiognomy. 
  24. 24. David Stewart – Teenage Preoccupation (2012)
  25. 25. Grandmothers best cooking by Gabriele Galimberti
  26. 26. Transport
  27. 27. A41 project by Colin McPherson The project's images have been created by photographer and visual artist Colin McPherson with contributions from equality groups in the West Midlands, Merseyside, London and Milton Keynes. Colin explained: “Working on this project in tandem with The Equality Trust has allowed me to explore through my photography one of the most important social and political phenomenons of today. The images I have created are 'social landscapes,' photographs which simultaneously try to show the effects of our actions while asking questions about why inequality exists." Further exhibitions are planned in Milton Keynes, Birkenhead and London.
  28. 28. John Clang, Time
  29. 29. Nancy Honey
  30. 30. Lee Friedlander
  31. 31. Tom Wood
  32. 32. Henri Cartier Bresson
  33. 33. Faith
  34. 34. Religion and Belief  Andres Serrano From series ‘The Church’ From series ‘Nomads’
  35. 35. Liz Hingley – Under Gods (book in the library) Photographer Liz Hingley’s first image in her series ‘Under Gods: Stories from Soho Road’ depicts an unremarkable dual carriageway running north from Birmingham’s city centre. Under Gods, Soho Road, Liz Hingley, Birmingham But for Hingley, who grew up there, this threemile stretch of road is one of the most varied and fascinating corners of the country. It is a junction of diverse faith, where Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist and Jain, Christian and Sikh meet. “Faith is exhibited in all the shops, shown off as symbols on hats and t-shirts, branded in tattoos,” says Hingley. “It is religion rather than race that now defines the local communities.”
  36. 36. role models
  37. 37. Annie Leibovitz - Pilgrimage •
  38. 38. Cindy Sherman
  39. 39. Eva Stenram
  40. 40. Bettina von Zwehl
  41. 41. Urbanisation
  42. 42. Edward Burtynsky - Oil
  43. 43. Zed Nelson - Hackney
  44. 44. Richard Billingham - Zoo
  45. 45. John Davies Series of work: metropoli project 2000 – 2003. Includes images on Birmingham and other major UK cities.
  46. 46. Bill Brandt • A Night in London encompassed social events and strata, with staged scenes where necessary.
  47. 47. Charles Johnstone • Thirty-four Basketball Courts.
  48. 48. Dan Dubowitz - Wastelands Dan Dubowitz loves to travel the world in search of abandoned, decaying buildings
  49. 49. Stephen Shore – uncommon places