p.45 David Campany and Laura West

Task 2: What to Photograph Step 1: Choose an assignment from the Finding Workshop 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 Having been given the task to ‘Photograph Art’, I focused on shapes and patterns which has turned a collection of art into a new piece of art. Analysing this image I decided that symmetry within a photograph can be art in itself. To develop this I will explore the expectations of the human form as art and reality of symmetry and … Continue reading

p.45 David Campany and Emily Lynch

Task 2: David Campany For the second task I was required to pick a piece of paper with an instruction on at random and produce images based on what was on the paper. My task was “photograph something pink.” I wanted to think out of the norm for the shots and not take the expected. My favorite image is the shot of the fallen flowers. There was a bush above the flowers on the ground, which I was going to originally photograph, but saw the fallen flowers slightly more obscure and interesting to photograph. David Campany assigned the task in … Continue reading

P.45 David Campany and Megan Bradley

Step One,  Tweet 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 Share your image and instruction. #phonar2017 #DavidCampany #PhotographersPlaybook — #phonar2017 (@CU_phonar) March 17, 2017 Step Two, In Class Response Step Three, Expand Into A Body Of Work Step Four, Critical Analysis I chose to extend my response to David Campany’s What To Photograph task as it gave me the opportunity to seek out a specific visual feature in the world around me. In my original in class response to the task I put a … Continue reading

p.45 David Campany and Christine Vidot

Task 2 Step 1) I decided to redo David Company’s task for the shared task 2 assignment; I felt that this was a lot more enjoyable for me to do and be creative with. 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 Share your image and instruction. #phonar2017 #DavidCampany #PhotographersPlaybook — #phonar2017 (@CU_phonar) March 17, 2017 Step 2) Abandonment – Reflection: This assignment can provide a foundation on which a body of work can be created and developed through a number of different … 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