P.124 Jim Goldberg and Elizabeth Smith

Task One. Step 1)  First Step was to tweet the following steps. https://twitter.com/Photo_E_S/status/859031309804503040 Step 2) Artist Portrait,  Jim Goldberg. Within Goldbergs work he explores different ways of reading an image. In the following photograph I chose to photograph a lady walking away. Where was she going? Was she going to see someone? This is what I took from taking the photograph. Step 3. Photograph in the style of the artist. Jim Goldberg, Many of Goldberg’s work he explores text with a range of the photographs he took. This is where I took the inspiration when creating this work.  Step 4. Within the following task … Continue reading

P.327 Will Steacy and Elizabeth Smith

Task 5 Step 1) Tweet steps!! https://twitter.com/Photo_E_S/status/859362616828993536 Step 2) Artist Portrait, Will Steacy focuses on landmarks, this including environmental pollution. So when exploring areas around Coventry I wanted to capture this. Step 3) Photograph in the style of the artist, Steacy focuses on the identity of the places of which he photographs. This including names of buildings. This is what I wanted to focus on when capturing identity of Coventry.  Step 4) Within the task it wanted me to explore photographing something which may not be perfect. However something that is in the moment. I wanted focus on what is important to Britain, keeping … Continue reading

P.236 Bruno Munari and Elizabeth Smith

Task 4! Step 1) Tweet Steps to follow! https://twitter.com/Photo_E_S/status/859349279822970881 Step 2) Artist Portrait, Bruno Munari, As a photographer he explores the human body along side experimenting with the idea of adding something man made next’s to it. For example by adding a hand he then added a a light bulb. This may suggest a number of things to the reader. For example, the human hand is there to guide you through different path ways, additionally to this the light bulb may suggest being able to see where the path ways are taking you. For the artist portrait I decided to focus on … Continue reading

P.364 Tim Walker and Elizabeth Smith

Step 1) https://twitter.com/CU_phonar/status/845301277835845632 Step 2) Original Image Step 3) Complete assignment again using a different medium.   Critical Rationale For this task having to create a body of work using a different medium became an interesting element for me, as I mainly focus on creating still imagery rather than creating a moving image. However as I started to capture Blossom moving it became more enjoyable for me as not just a photographer however the viewer. I wanted to capture Blossom being excited in her new jumper. From capturing her movement it became more apparent that she was enjoying her new jumper, … Continue reading

P.283 Shawn Records and Elizabeth Smith

Task 2- Out of your head Part 1- Original Tweet. https://twitter.com/CU_phonar/status/842699541249953792 Part 2- Original Image. Part 3- Development into a body of work.     Part 4- Critical Rationale Following from the original photograph I chose to create a body of work which explores different areas around Coventry and focus many on street identity, this including the pave ways to important landmarks through out the areas around Coventry city center. I chosen to focus on the range of textures throughout the images, as I wanted the photographs to be more in depth and detailed. Also I chose to keep the images … Continue reading

P.124 Jim Goldberg and Elizabeth Smith

Task One. Step 1)  First Step was to tweet the following steps. https://twitter.com/Photo_E_S/status/859031309804503040 Step 2) Artist Portrait,  Jim Goldberg. Within Goldbergs work he explores different ways of reading an image. In the following photograph I chose to photograph a lady walking away. Where was she going? Was she going to see someone? This is what I took from taking the photograph. Step 3. Photograph in the style of the artist. Jim Goldberg, Many of Goldberg’s work he explores text with a range of the photographs he took. This is where I took the inspiration when creating this work.  Step 4. Within the following task … Continue reading