Lucas Foglia and Niall O’Connor

Step 1: Consider how light (quantity/ratio, direction, quality & colour) changes emotion of image #phonar2017 #PhotographersPlaybook #LucasFoglia pic.twitter.com/wL23CIPZOW — #phonar2017 (@CU_phonar) March 24, 2017   Step 2: Step 3:   Step 4: Using an image that I had already made within class, I needed to follow the steps of Eva Suttons’ Synesthesia. This has the aim to make me think about other ways I can translate the photograph I have already taken into a new medium, or even a new concept. The photo I chose to expand upon was a photo that had something I love very much, and that’s … 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

Pg.113 Lucas Foglia and Adam Goss

Step 1: Consider how light (quantity/ratio, direction, quality & colour) changes emotion of image #phonar2017 #PhotographersPlaybook #LucasFoglia pic.twitter.com/wL23CIPZOW — #phonar2017 (@CU_phonar) March 24, 2017 Step 2: Original image  Something happy appear sad. Phone box once used to connect people now neglected.  Something that is meant to be sad make beautiful. Once destroyed in the war the remaining architectural beauty of the remains.  Something that is normal appear shocking. A normal looking portrait but when viewed close up is made up of lots of little pieces.  Something that you want the world to know to seem urgent. Vans are the most … Continue reading

p.113 Lucas Foglia and Georgia Hutchins

Task 3 Lucas Foglia: Make it seem… Step 1: Synopsis Step 2: Assignment: Make it seem… Step 3: Critical Rational I have collaborated with my sister to create a happy song seem sad, played to a timelaspe of a flower dying to represent something sad made beautiful. The flower coming back to life portraying the the normal made shocking with the overall underlying message of time heals as something I want people to know about. I wanted to combine all the steps to this task as I felt some of the stages can overlap to create multiple meanings. My sister … Continue reading

p.113 Lucas Folgia

Make It Seem Consider how light (quantity/ratio, direction, quality & colour) changes emotion of image #phonar2016 #PhotographersPlaybook #LucasFoglia — #phonar2016 (@CU_phonar) May 12, 2016 Use light to transform subject & don't forget viewpoint directs gaze #phonar2016 #PhotographersPlaybook #LucasFoglia pic.twitter.com/3810UQIKGW — #phonar2016 (@CU_phonar) May 12, 2016