P.151 Darius Himes and Beatrice Debney

Task 4. Sequencing and Bookmaking Step 1. Synopsis 3 books, each different sizes that you like to hold, one should be your ideal photobook size #phonar2017 #photographersplaybook #DariusHimes — Beatrice Debney (@BeatriceDebney) April 26, 2017 Live with these books for a month, fiddling, editing, add new images, do something different #phonar2017 #photographersplaybook #DariusHimes https://t.co/YlN5j8V5z0 — Beatrice Debney (@BeatriceDebney) April 26, 2017 Identify the good & the bad, ask others for advice, be ready to practice and change your idea #phonar2017 #photographerplaybook #DariusHimes https://t.co/IUVF7pJjsa — Beatrice Debney (@BeatriceDebney) April 26, 2017 Step 2. Artist Portrait  For this portrait I decided to go with … Continue reading

P.247-248 Peggy Nolan and Beatrice Debney

Task 5. On John Szarkowski Step 1. The task is not a task, it is a poem….. #phonar2017 #photographersplaybook #peggynolan — Beatrice Debney (@BeatriceDebney) April 25, 2017 the poem is about a workshop Nolan had with photographer John Szarkowski #phonar2017 #photographersplaybook #peggynolan https://t.co/OHu5gtKgRR — Beatrice Debney (@BeatriceDebney) April 25, 2017 she learns her ideas are not unique but a select few of her images can be #phonar2017 #photographersplaybook #peggynolan https://t.co/cdJ0nevh1U — Beatrice Debney (@BeatriceDebney) April 25, 2017 there is no further instuction, just reflect on what this might mean for your practice #phonar2017 #photographersplaybook #peggynolan https://t.co/cdJ0nevh1U — Beatrice Debney (@BeatriceDebney) … Continue reading

P.364 Tim Walker and Beatrice Debney

Task 3. It’s All About Love Step 1. Synopsis of first task and result Only photograph what you love. Analyze why you love it. #phonar2017 #PhotographersPlaybook #TimWalker — #phonar2017 (@CU_phonar) March 24, 2017 Be playful, but don’t be blinded by content.  #phonar2017 #PhotographersPlaybook #TimWalker — #phonar2017 (@CU_phonar) March 24, 2017 Consider how viewpoint and light can change the feeling of an image.  #phonar2017 #PhotographersPlaybook #TimWalker — #phonar2017 (@CU_phonar) March 24, 2017 What I decided to photograph was sunlight because I love how it comes through my curtains on the windows on a sunny day. Step 2. Complete the task again, this time in a … Continue reading

P. 45 David Campany and Beatrice Debney

Task 2. What to Photograph? Step 1. Synopsis Gather friends. Think of something to photograph. Write it twice. Throw in a hat. Grab 2. #phonar2017 #DavidCampany #PhotographersPlaybook — #phonar2017 (@CU_phonar) March 17, 2017 Make sure no one has a repeat. You can only make ONE image of each instruction. #phonar2017 #DavidCampany #PhotographersPlaybook — #phonar2017 (@CU_phonar) March 17, 2017 Share your image and instruction. #phonar2017 #DavidCampany #PhotographersPlaybook — #phonar2017 (@CU_phonar) March 17, 2017 Step 2. Initial Response New life growing out of the old #phonar2017 #DavidCampany #photographersplaybook pic.twitter.com/lWZi2sT8G6 — Beatrice Debney (@BeatriceDebney) March 17, 2017 What a ceiling #DavidCampany #photographersplaybook #phonar2017 pic.twitter.com/sj6G4hKSu9 — … Continue reading

P.54 Melissa Catanese and Beatrice Debney

Task 1. The Arrangement Game Step 1. Synopsis find a large stack of photographs. separate them into visual groups. #MelissaCatanese #PhotographersPlaybook #phonar2017 — Beatrice Debney (@BeatriceDebney) March 30, 2017 move one image into a different group. see how this changes the meaning. #MelissaCatanese #PhotographersPlaybook #phonar2017 — Beatrice Debney (@BeatriceDebney) March 30, 2017 experiment, go against your instincts. don't just work in a line go triangular, square. #MelissaCatanese #PhotographersPlaybook #phonar2017 — Beatrice Debney (@BeatriceDebney) March 30, 2017 Step 2. Artists Portrait  Step 3. Photograph in the style of the artist Melissa Catanese uses snapshot images to create her bodies of work, they always appear in … Continue reading