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The Liquid Photograph: Examining the Impact and Potential of Digital Images in the Social Era

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The Liquid Photograph: Examining the Impact and Potential of Digital Images in the Social Era

  1. 1. THE LIQUID PHOTOGRAPH http://tiny.cc/liquidphoto-nmc Photo by Uwe Potthoff CC-BY examining the impact & potential of images in the social era #LiquidPhotograph
  2. 2. TEACHING & LEARNING INNOVATION SPECIALIST & LECTURER CSU CHANNEL ISLANDS MICHELLE PACANSKY-BROCK @brocansky TeachingWithoutWalls.com #LiquidPhotograph
  3. 3. photos uploaded/ shared each day 1,800,000,000 #LiquidPhotograph
  4. 4. 1,800,000,000 by Rebecca Tolley-Stokes CC-BY-ND #LiquidPhotograph
  5. 5. Individually (2 minutes): • Analyze the photographs stored on your phone. • Make note of any themes you find among your photos. Activity #LiquidPhotograph
  6. 6. Activity Individually (2 minutes): • Analyze the photographs stored on your phone. • Make note of any themes you find among your photos. In a group of 3-4 (3 minutes): • Each person, share the themes you identified. • As a group, make note of themes that occur more than once. One person from each group: • Enter at least 2 reoccurring themes in the form on our site. tiny.cc/liquidphoto-nmc #LiquidPhotograph
  7. 7. Photo by Marinak15 CC-BY #LiquidPhotograph
  8. 8. Photo by Marinak15 CC-BY “Before …digital technologies, several people at once often participated in the act of viewing family photo albums. … [But] a computer is geared toward an individual user, not a group of family members.” Michelle Pacansky-Brock (Master’s Thesis, 1999) #LiquidPhotograph
  9. 9. “…the visual equivalent of cell phone chatter”? Michael Kimmelman NY Times, Art Critic #LiquidPhotograph
  10. 10. 2What opportunities are embedded in this moment?1 In what ways is this moment similar to and unique from the past? #LiquidPhotograph
  11. 11. I have done this. I know what this person is doing, but have not done it. What the hell is that person doing? by Monika Clarke CC-BY #LiquidPhotograph
  12. 12. area of interest 1839 2015 #LiquidPhotograph
  13. 13. Daguerreotype 1840-50s PD Public Domain one-of-a-kind expensive fragile #LiquidPhotograph
  14. 14. Daguerreotype, 1850. No known copyright restrictions.#LiquidPhotograph
  15. 15. Tin-Type 1850s- one-of-a-kind cheap, durable PD Public Domain Wet-Plate Process #LiquidPhotograph
  16. 16. Wet-Plate Process Glass Negative 1850s - PD Public Domain multiples, clear image difficult process#LiquidPhotograph
  17. 17. All Rights Reserved. Getty Museum. Education Collection. Wet-Plate Process using a glass negative 1851- #LiquidPhotograph
  18. 18. The “Mobile” Darkroom, 1873 Assistant to William Henry Jackson BYU Harold B. Lee Library Digital Collections #LiquidPhotograph
  19. 19. PD Public Domain Carte de Visite wet plate process glass negative 1850s- multiples difficult process #LiquidPhotograph
  20. 20. PD Public Domain Postcards 1860s- image+text = quick, simple messages #LiquidPhotograph
  21. 21. #LiquidPhotograph
  22. 22. PD Public Domain The “Mobile” Camera 1890s #LiquidPhotograph
  23. 23. by Coleccionando Camaras CC-BY-NC-ND 1900 #LiquidPhotograph
  24. 24. “makes pictures” “Operated by any School Boy or Girl.” PD Public Domain #LiquidPhotograph
  25. 25. Company - Kodak #K0082 John W. Hartman Center for Sales, Advertising & Marketing History David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University http://library.duke.edu/digitalcollections/eaa/ 1909 “There’s no dark- room…Every step has been so simplified that the merest beginner can now make good pictures from the start.” #LiquidPhotograph
  26. 26. PD Public Domain #LiquidPhotograph
  27. 27. PD Public Domain #LiquidPhotograph
  28. 28. PD Public Domain #LiquidPhotograph
  29. 29. PD Public Domain 1898 1914 1900 undated #VintageSelfies #LiquidPhotograph
  30. 30. KODAK DEMOCRATIZED PHOTOGRAPHY. #LiquidPhotograph
  31. 31. HMMM. #LiquidPhotograph
  32. 32. The best camera is the one you have with you. -unknown #LiquidPhotograph
  33. 33. The best camera is the one you have with you. -unknown #LiquidPhotograph
  34. 34. by Seth Sawyer CC-BY Opportunity. #LiquidPhotograph
  35. 35. “that has-been” -Roland Barthes “what’s happening” a “signaletic transformation of photography”? -Mette Sandbye #LiquidPhotograph
  36. 36. Photo by Uwe Potthoff CC-BY “The camera is an instrument that teaches people to see without a camera.” -Dorothea Lange #LiquidPhotograph
  37. 37. The best camera is the one you have with you. -unknown #LiquidPhotograph
  38. 38. The best camera is the one you have with you. -unknown
  39. 39. Few-to-Many #LiquidPhotograph
  40. 40. Few-to-Many Many-to-Few #LiquidPhotograph
  41. 41. HUMANIZED LEARNING • relevant •“people-focused” (Ducharme-Hansen & Dupin-Bryant, 2005) • engages cognitive & affective domains • promotes deep learning Ducharme-Hansen, B. A. & Dupin-Bryant, P. A. (2005). Course planning for online adult learners. TechTrends, 49(2), 31-39. doi: 10.1007/BF02773969 #LiquidPhotograph
  42. 42. THE LIQUID PHOTOGRAPH in education #LiquidPhotograph
  43. 43. -created with Haiku Deck -each student receives 5 Spanish vocab words -students creates/selects a photo to illustrate each word -“Decks” are shared in Facebook group Visual Vocabulary “Flash Cards” Araceli Trujillo, Spanish #LiquidPhotograph
  44. 44. • Created with Haiku Deck • Each student receives 5 Spanish vocab words • Students create/select a photo to illustrate each word • “Decks” are shared in Facebook group Written Spanish Practice Araceli Trujillo, Spanish, CSU Channel Islands #LiquidPhotograph
  45. 45. Written Spanish Practice Araceli Trujillo, Spanish, CSU Channel Islands #LiquidPhotograph
  46. 46. Written Spanish Practice Araceli Trujillo, Spanish, CSU Channel Islands #LiquidPhotograph
  47. 47. • Students take a picture & share in class Facebook group. • Students discuss photos’ significance in Spanish. Written Spanish Practice Araceli Trujillo, Spanish, CSU Channel Islands #LiquidPhotograph
  48. 48. • Students take a picture & share in class Facebook group. • Students discuss photos’ significance in Spanish. Written Spanish Practice Araceli Trujillo, Spanish, CSU Channel Islands #LiquidPhotograph
  49. 49. • Students take a picture & share in class Facebook group. • Students discuss photos’ significance in Spanish. Written Spanish Practice Araceli Trujillo, Spanish, CSU Channel Islands #LiquidPhotograph
  50. 50. Body Painting Practical Jamie Chapman, Human Biology, University of Tasmania, Australia #LiquidPhotograph 1. Insert a photograph of the musculature side of your anatomical model. Identify and label the correct anatomical name of two of the muscles present on your painted model, specifically identifying them as either an agonist (prime mover) or an antagonist. What type of muscle are they (e.g. parallel, convergent, pennate or sphincter)?
  51. 51. -documents visit -illustrates the paper topic selection -serves as a personal momento Selfies with Art Lori Rusch, Art History #LiquidPhotograph
  52. 52. Selfies with Art Lori Rusch, Art History #LiquidPhotograph
  53. 53. Photo Quests Michelle Pacansky-Brock, History of Photography • Students select a “quest” topic • Topics use photographs as inquiry • Created in Tackk.com #LiquidPhotograph
  54. 54. Photo Quests • Take a photo that reflects the style of a photographer of your choice #LiquidPhotograph
  55. 55. Photo Quests • Locate a photo from your past that you know nothing about. • Have conversations with others and share what the photograph revealed about your past.#LiquidPhotograph
  56. 56. Compare with a photo of your choice • In VoiceThread, discuss image on left. • Select a theme that emerged in the discussion. • Select a second image that conveys a similar theme. • In an essay, explain which image they would use to convey the theme to a contemporary audience. Essay Analysis Martha Schwer, English, Madison Area Technical College #LiquidPhotograph
  57. 57. Ruth Fremson, New York Times. All Rights Reserved. Dorothea Lange. 1936. Public Domain. Essay Analysis Martha Schwer, English, Madison Area Technical College #LiquidPhotograph
  58. 58. Stefano Bertolotti CC-BY-NC-SA brocansky@gmail.com @brocansky #LiquidPhotograph

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