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AS Photography
Coursework/Mock
Themes – choose one
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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 t...
Aim for
• At least two detailed double page spreads a
week (iefour pages)
• A range of research – with images and
annotati...
Final outcome
• Your sketchbook (the same one as you are
using at present!)
• Final pieces – these could be:
mounted/frame...
Example - Feet
First Mind Map
• Think about all the places your chosen theme
might be seen (fine art; adverts; campaigns;
clothing; digip...
Research – first two spreads
Start with researching some Art examples such
as:
• Painting
• Sculpture
• Stained glass
• Ce...
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
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Photography as coursework

  1. 1. AS Photography Coursework/Mock
  2. 2. Themes – choose one • • • • • • Face Home Past and future Feet Culture Identity
  3. 3. 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!)
  4. 4. 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two detailed double page spreads a week (iefour pages) • A range of research – with images and annotations • A range of Historical references • A range of Cultural references • A range of Experiments
  5. 5. 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
  6. 6. Example - Feet
  7. 7. 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
  8. 8. Research – first two spreads Start with researching some Art examples such as: • Painting • Sculpture • Stained glass • Ceramics • Tapestry/textiles
  9. 9. Explore artists through time • http://www.fotopedia.com/report er/stories/9Q8PWwTNats • Beware of April Fools!
  10. 10. Explore different cultures or religions
  11. 11. Photographers working on your theme
  12. 12. Explore wider connections or connotations
  13. 13. Explore uses of subject/theme in advertising, information contexts or design etc

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