p313 Christine Shank and Sean Moss

Step 1. 1 mystery object in 1 bag. 1 hour to make 1 photo. Some rules… #phonar2017 #ChristineShank #PhotographersPlaybook — #phonar2017 (@CU_phonar) March 10, 2017 Experiment! Have fun! Play! Tweet your result and critique others! #phonar2017 #ChristineShank #PhotographersPlaybook — #phonar2017 (@CU_phonar) March 10, 2017 Step 2. Task response: I found this very interesting and a challenging considering the limitations that came with it. I can easily expand on this by using different storage objects that relate to serial killers and movie props. The different storage device will also allow me to experiment with location. Step 3. Series of images: Step … Continue reading

P.313 Christine Shank and Anna Mooney

Task Two One-Hour Photo Project Step One, Original synopsis: 1 mystery object in 1 bag. 1 hour to make 1 photo. Some rules… #phonar2017 #ChristineShank #PhotographersPlaybook — #phonar2017 (@CU_phonar) March 10, 2017 Experiment! Have fun! Play! Tweet your result and critique others! #phonar2017 #ChristineShank #PhotographersPlaybook — #phonar2017 (@CU_phonar) March 10, 2017 Step Two, Original image: Step Three, Body of work: Step Four, Critical Rationale: To the original part of this task I had to respond to the use of bubbles. In terms of physics a bubble is described as a globule of one substance in another which is usually gas … Continue reading

p.313 Christine Shank and Tiffany Branscombe

TASK 2   –    ONE-HOUR PHOTO PROJECT   STEP 1 –   CHOSE AN ASSIGNMENT FROM THE FINDING WORKSHOP 1 mystery object in 1 bag. 1 hour to make 1 photo. Some rules… #phonar2017 #ChristineShank #PhotographersPlaybook — #phonar2017 (@CU_phonar) March 10, 2017 Experiment! Have fun! Play! Tweet your result and critique others! #phonar2017 #ChristineShank #PhotographersPlaybook — #phonar2017 (@CU_phonar) March 10, 2017 The object I received was a scourer, which I incorporated into this image. STEP 2   –    REFLECTION Here, I wanted to play on the texture of the scourer and how it resembles the centre of a … Continue reading

p.313 Christine Shank and Kacie Ball

Step one: Choose completed assignment 1 mystery object in 1 bag. 1 hour to make 1 photo. Some rules… #phonar2017 #ChristineShank #PhotographersPlaybook — #phonar2017 (@CU_phonar) March 10, 2017 Must be outside. Must avoid people. No collaboration. Object must appear in image #phonar2017 #ChristineShank #PhotographersPlaybook — #phonar2017 (@CU_phonar) March 10, 2017 Experiment! Have fun! Play! Tweet your result and critique others! #phonar2017 #ChristineShank #PhotographersPlaybook — #phonar2017 (@CU_phonar) March 10, 2017 Step 2: Reflect on how the image can be extended into a larger body of work Mystery Object: Party poppers. 1 hour task. My response:Parties end.#phonar2017 #ChristineShank #PhotographersPlaybook @CU_phonar pic.twitter.com/TtgUH66Mnz — … Continue reading

Pg 313 Christine Shank and Anna Tasker

Task 2 – One Hour Photo Project Synopsis of Assignment 1 mystery object in 1 bag. 1 hour to make 1 photo. Some rules… #phonar2017 #ChristineShank #PhotographersPlaybook — #phonar2017 (@CU_phonar) March 10, 2017 Experiment! Have fun! Play! Tweet your result and critique others! #phonar2017 #ChristineShank #PhotographersPlaybook — #phonar2017 (@CU_phonar) March 10, 2017 Original Image Expanded Body of Work  Critical Rationale After analyzing my work I decided to expand on the one-hour photo project assignment in which I captured my cat Piper with my mystery object (straws). I wanted to create from this a series which focused on animals around my home … Continue reading

P. 313 Christine Shank and Shannon Dillon

Task 2- One-Hour Photo Project Step 1: Choose one the assignments that we have completed in the Finding Workshop. Synopsis Process final images Step 2: Select one image you made in response to the assignment you have chosen, and analyse the components of the image that could lead to the development of a body of work.         Step 3: Develop it into a 5-8 image Body of Work. Step 4: Critical Rationale.  For the original task, I was given bubbles as my mystery object. I chose to create something physical with it and to document the process rather than … Continue reading

p313 Christine Shank and Szymon Bielikowski

1: Choose one of the assignments from Finding Workshop.   2: Reflect on the way in which the assignment could be used to build a more extensive body of work… The assignment asked to take one hour to create an image with a random item provided by the module leader. In my case it was yellow and green feathers. I had less than an hour to complete and thought of creating an organic metaphor, where the feathers would look like growing out of soil. For the above shot a phone camera was used for the convenience and a pre-set square … Continue reading

Pg. 313 Christine Shank and Adam Goss

Task 2. One-hour photo project Step 1: Choose an assignment from the making workshop. 1 mystery object in 1 bag. 1 hour to make 1 photo. Some rules… #phonar2017 #ChristineShank #PhotographersPlaybook — Adam (@Adam_Goss) May 11, 2017 Experiment! Have fun! Play! Tweet your result and critique others! #phonar2017 #ChristineShank #PhotographersPlaybook — Adam (@Adam_Goss) May 11, 2017 Step 2: Analyse what the image could be about and how it could be developed into a body of work. The mystery item I got in the bag was a couple of corrugated, metallic card, in a range of colours. I thought this could be … Continue reading

p.313 Christine Shank and Dan Richardson

Task 2: Step 1 – Choose one of the assignments we have completed in the Finding Workshops. I have chosen Christine Shanks assignment, here is the original image:                                             Step 2: Analyse what the image could be about and how it could be developed into a body of work The image is about how we are always being watched no matter where or how obvious it is.. Step 3: Create body of work containing 5-8 images, here are the images: … Continue reading

p. 313 Christine Shank and Emily Jones

Task 2  One Hour Photo Project Step 1: Choose an assignment from the making workshop. 1 mystery object in 1 bag. 1 hour to make 1 photo. Some rules… #phonar2017 #ChristineShank #PhotographersPlaybook — Emily Jones (@photoemilyjones) March 10, 2017 Must be outside. Must avoid people. No collaboration. Object must appear in image #phonar2017 #ChristineShank #PhotographersPlaybook — Emily Jones (@photoemilyjones) March 10, 2017 Experiment! Have fun! Play! Tweet your result and critique others! #phonar2017 #ChristineShank #PhotographersPlaybook — Emily Jones (@photoemilyjones) March 10, 2017 Step 2: Select one image and analyse the components (inc. form, content and concept) This series was based upon … Continue reading