GCSE Photography
Unit 1.4: Movement
1.Preparatory Tasks 2.Independant Tasks
Look through the movement PowerPoint
and creat...
3.C&C Tasks 4.Final Response
Visual Research:
Collect a minimum of 12 different
photographers that are relevant to the
the...
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Gcse photography movement

  1. 1. GCSE Photography Unit 1.4: Movement 1.Preparatory Tasks 2.Independant Tasks Look through the movement PowerPoint and create an extensive brainstorm based on words thoughts / ideas you have around the word movement. Make sure to create a brainstorm that demonstrates as many ideas and links as possible. Take an initial set of observations (50 shoots) that you think represent the theme of movement and can be used for brainstorming ideas. Upload all images to your weebly . a) Choose one photographer from your visual research in which to make a practical response. Take a set of observations (50 pictures) b) Make a selection of 10 of your favourite images c) Annotate/comment on your ideas and technical considerations. Finally end with a statement about how you are going to develop your ideas in the next set of observations. d) Take a further set of observations improving on your previous work and remembering to annotate your selections. e) Repeat this refining and development process a further two times and make sure to add new relevant photographer research at each stage of your development
  2. 2. 3.C&C Tasks 4.Final Response Visual Research: Collect a minimum of 12 different photographers that are relevant to the theme of “Movement” Label them with the name of the photographer, title of image and date taken. Add five keywords to each image. B)Artist Profiles: Choose three artists whose work fits in with your ideas and complete a „Form, Process and Content‟ analysis using the sheet provided. C) Brief: Type out a 150-word brief, explaining your ideas and which photographers you will be analysing and why? Produce a final response to the theme of Movement that brings together your research and recorded observations. Be creative with your presentation: You will produce 3 final outcomes that will be printed and exhibited around the school. Class tasks Success Criteria Photographers Marcus Lyon Francesca Woodman MichealBossanko The Pen Portrait Practical task Zoom Blur Long exposure Light Painting Stop start animation Ensure that your research is relevant to the theme of Movement experiment with a range of techniques and ideas rather than just focusing on one idea show a technical improvement between each set of observations

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