p. 147 Corin Hewitt, Mariana Galvao, Abigail McLean, and Emily Jones

Task 4 The Replica and It’s Mutation Step 1: Tweet a synposis of your assignment Get into a group of 3. Number yourselves 1-3. #phonar2017 #PhotographersPlaybook #CorinHewitt — Abby Mclean (@AbbyMcLean_) May 12, 2017 Number 1 use an image to inspire you to create another one. Send the image you create to 2. #phonar2017 #PhotographersPlaybook #CorinHewitt — Abby Mclean (@AbbyMcLean_) May 12, 2017 Number 2 make an image inspired by this image. Repeat until all members have 2 images. #phonar2017 #PhotographersPlaybook #CorinHewitt — Abby Mclean (@AbbyMcLean_) May 12, 2017 Don’t show eachother until all completed. Collect, share and create your … Continue reading

p. 70 Yolanda Cuomo and Emily Jones

Task 1 Sister Corita’s Rules Step 1: Tweet a synopsis of your task If you overthink, you struggle to create. Don’t be afraid to make mistakes. #phonar2017 #YolandaCuomo #PhotographersPlaybook — Emily Jones (@photoemilyjones) May 3, 2017 Follow the rules. Create. #phonar2017 #YolandaCuomo #PhotographersPlaybook pic.twitter.com/xIuoTYT8zU — Emily Jones (@photoemilyjones) May 3, 2017 Hint: Save everything and take inspiration from everywhere. #phonar2017 #YolandaCuomo #PhotographersPlaybook — Emily Jones (@photoemilyjones) May 3, 2017 Step 2: Research the artist and make a visual portrait Yolanda Cuomo is an American artist, educator, art director and designer. She was born in New Jersey in 1957 and is well-known for her … Continue reading

p.113 Lucas Foglia and Emily Jones

Task 3 Make it seem… Step 1: Choose an assignment completed as part of the Making Workshop For this step, I chose to focus on Lucas Foglia’s task Make it seem… project. Here is my original response: 1. Make something sad seem beautiful: 2. Make something happy seem sad: 3. Make something normal seem shocking: 4. Make something you want to tell the world seem urgent:   Step 2: Complete the assignment again, using a different medium 1. Make something sad seem beautiful: 2. Make something happy seem sad: 3. Make something normal seem shocking:   Step 3: Critical Rationale The purpose … Continue reading

p. 147 Corin Hewitt, Mariana Galvao, Abigail McLean, and Emily Jones

Task 4 The Replica and It’s Mutation Step 1: Tweet a synposis of your assignment Get into a group of 3. Number yourselves 1-3 #phonar2017 #PhotographersPlaybook #CorinHewitt — Emily Jones (@photoemilyjones) May 10, 2017 Number 1 use an image to inspire you to create another one. Send the image you create to 2 #phonar2017 #PhotographersPlaybook #CorinHewitt — Emily Jones (@photoemilyjones) May 10, 2017 Number 2 make an image inspired by this image. Repeat until all members have 2 images. #phonar2017 #PhotographersPlaybook #CorinHewitt — Emily Jones (@photoemilyjones) May 10, 2017 Don’t show eachother until all completed. Collect, share and create your … Continue reading

p.306 Michael Schmelling and Emily Jones

Task 5 Preconceived Notions Step 1: Tweet a synopsis of your assignments Avoid the obvious and easy. Take a photograph of anything. Don't make assumptions. #phonar2017 #PhotographersPlaybook #MichaelSchmelling — Emily Jones (@photoemilyjones) May 4, 2017 Step 2: Research Artist and Visual Portrait Schmelling is an author and collaborator. He has produced five photobooks: Shut Up Truth, The Week of No Computer, Land Line, Plan and Atlanta: Hip Hop and The South. In producing the publication for the project Atlanta, Schmelling also published a mixtape and website to accompany it. The website contains photographic outtakes from the book, a downloadable link to … 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