p.52 Elinor Carucci and Laura Dakin

Task One A Thousand Pictures Step One: Synopsis Use one roll of film every day for three and a half weeks. #phonar2017 #PhotographersPlaybook #ElinorCarucci — Laura Dakin (@LauraDakinPhoto) April 8, 2017 Remember to interpret and adapt & as difficult as it seems, let go. Experiment. Have fun. #phonar2017 #PhotographersPlaybook #ElinorCarucci — Laura Dakin (@LauraDakinPhoto) April 8, 2017   Step Two: Artist Portrait   Step Three: Photograph in the style of the artist   Step Four: Complete the task Find the rest of the work at: http://www.lauradakinphotography.co.uk/phonar2017/   Step Five: Critical Analysis Completing this assignment was quite difficult for me as I came to find … Continue reading

pg.148 Leslie Hewitt and Laura Dakin

Task 4 Image Construction Step One: Synopsis This is no longer a time where you're going to think about the image being taken. #phonar2017 #PhotographersPlaybook #LeslieHewitt — Laura Dakin (@LauraDakinPhoto) May 12, 2017 Create a series of lists. #phonar2017 #PhotographersPlaybook #LeslieHewitt — Laura Dakin (@LauraDakinPhoto) May 12, 2017   Step Two: Artist Portrait Step Three: Photograph in the style of the artist Step Four: Complete the task Step Five: Critical Analysis For this task Leslie Hewitt has asked for us to create two lists about our desires and discomforts as an image constructor. The task is designed for us to think … Continue reading

p.181-2 Alex Klein and Laura Dakin

Task 5 What is a Photograph? Step One: Synopsis Create a body of work that is photographic and discuss its “photographic-ness”. #phonar2017 #PhotographersPlaybook #AlexKlein — Laura Dakin (@LauraDakinPhoto) May 12, 2017   Step Two: Visual Portrait   Step Three: Photograph in the Style of   Step 4: Do the Assignment   Step 5: Critical Rationale Alex Klein’s assignment encourages us to explore how the word “photographic” is defined. Klein also discusses how photography isn’t simply just photographs, that the field itself comes in many forms and how this can impact on someone’s work. Upon reading the assignment, by initial thoughts … Continue reading

p.364 Tim Walker and Laura Dakin

Step One: Choose an already completed assignment Tim Walker: It’s All About Love Original Response Only photograph what you love. Analyze why you love it. #phonar2017 #PhotographersPlaybook #TimWalker pic.twitter.com/LWNd5S40k0 — Laura Dakin (@LauraDakinPhoto) March 24, 2017 Step Two: Complete the assignment again, but using video or audio Step Three: Critical Rationale For the original task I took a photograph of my best friend, Katie, using light to emphasise an intimate atmosphere, while also introducing Katie’s life. I ended up experimenting with audio for this task, as I never have before, and instantly thought about recording our conversations. My friendship with her is … Continue reading

p.283 Shawn Records and Laura Dakin

Step One: Choose an already completed assignment: Shawn Records: Out of Your Head Step Two: Choose an image: Step Three: Take your chosen photograph and expand it into a 5-8 photographic body of work (or equivalent) Step Four: Critical Rationale For the original task I came together with an assortment of images, there was no running theme. As the task determined where I took the photographs through the chance of a dice, I was very limited on what was available in respect of a theme. With this task I also chose to not move out of the step I ended up, limiting … Continue reading