pg351 Brian Ulrich + Hayley Chapman

Step 1 All decisions both conceptual or technical, need to be discussed between you and your shadow.#BrianUlrich #PhotographersPlaybook #phonar2018 — Hayley Chapman (@Chapphotography) May 2, 2018 Find yourself a partner. Shadow your partner on a body of work; in the field, in the studio, or on location.#BrianUlrich #PhotographersPlaybook #phonar2018 — Hayley Chapman (@Chapphotography) May 2, 2018 Step 2  American Photographer, known for us exploration of consumer culture in response to the US governments call to citizens to bolster the economy through shopping. Step 3 Influenced by Brian Ulrich, I focused on the consumerism of the market. Step 4 … Continue reading

p. 116 Allen Frame & Irini Georgiades & Denisa Dimitrova

Tweet a synopsis of the task your group has chosen. Divide into small groups of 2-7 and organise a party at someone’s home. Document it. Let the camera mingle with the guests. The purpose of this task is to promote social bonding! #AllenFrame #TierneyGearon #phonar2018 #photographersplaybook — Denisa (@Denisadimitrova) May 2, 2018 Write a brief introduction to the party. Friday the 13th, the day that both Denisa and Irini decided to have a party. The day was not planned to be the unlucky Friday the 13th but as the party occurred to be on that day we went along and … Continue reading

Pg. 339 Robyn Taylor & Kamile Essi

Step One. Tweet a synopsis This game is best played with fellow students, photographers or friends. Rent a copy of Michelangelo Antonioni's 1966 film 'Blow-up'. Drink every time David Hemmings or 'Thomas' takes a picture.#RobynTaylor #ThePhotographersPlaybook #Phonar2018 — Kamile Essi (@kamile_essi) May 2, 2018 Step Two. Investigate the author and make a portrait of them   Step Three. Create an image in their style Step Four. Complete the assignment Step Five. Critical Analysis When I first read the task I was really excited to take part in what is one of my favourite things – watching movies. Robyn Taylor asks … Continue reading

Pg. 169 Nadav Kander & Irini Georgiades

Step 1: Step 2: Critical Rationale 20 – 21 April 2018 is a body of work created in response to Nadav’s Kander assignment Making, Not Taking. This body of work can easily confuse the audience, giving them the choice to choose if the photos are travel snapshots or a landscape. 20 – 21 April 2018 both consists of landscapes and snapshots captured by me, documenting my friend’s trip to the UK. Snapshots and landscapes are all mixed up within the book allowing the audience’s mind to travel within the book. This assignment was both focused on playing with the lighting … Continue reading

Pg.120 Tierney Gearon, Georgia Bond & Sinthuja Yogachandrabose

Step One: Tweet a synopsis of the task your group has chosen. Forget that you're a photographer. Become the camera. Be like a fly on the wall. Wait patiently for the perfect photograph. Do not forget you need to be apart of the outcome. Good luck. #TierneyGearon #PhotographersPlaybook #phonar2018 — 😌 (@SjDrabose) April 26, 2018 Step Two: Write a brief introduction to the party. To celebrate the birth of Tia Bryant and Georgia Bond, a birthday party will be hosted whereby all are welcome to dance, get drunk and enjoy themselves. We plan to document the party like the year … Continue reading

Pg. 169 Nadav Kander & Kamile Essi

Step One. Follow the steps of the assignment, interpreting and adapting as needed, focusing on the elements of visual language Step Two. Critical Rationale Nadav Kander’s task emphasises on the process of making, not taking and the validity of a photograph. I chose to take on this assignment as I was interested to see the results that followed when capturing a subject matter that I do not usually photograph. When it came to conducting the photo-shoot I took the measures to make sure that I was fully immersed in the task, with no rush in getting the pictures completed. I wanted … Continue reading

P.120 Tierney Gearon & Amy Shaw + Olivia Harris

Task Four   Step One: Tweet a synopsis. Step Two: Follow the steps of the assignment. Step Three: Brief introduction to the party. Our video takes place in Digbeth, Birmingham. The video showcases an event by Kieran Shaw. Industrial Futurism shows work by second year Birmingham City University art students. The event also includes streetfood, cocktails & craft beer with and live DJs.

P.169 Nadav Kander & Olivia Harris

Task Three Step One: Complete the Assignment Step Two: Critical Rationale For task three I decided to use Nadav Kander’s assignment, Making, not Taking. For this assignment I immediately had an idea to mind, I felt that I had to include my background in art & design as I liked adding additional things to my photographs when I was in college, painting and sewing onto photographs. Tracing the image over the top gave me more visuals with the lines that were created by the buildings, with more detail in my images. This task made me think more about the difference between snapshots … Continue reading

P.300 Asha Schechter & Olivia Harris

Task Two: Personal Task from Photographers Playbook Step One: Tweet a summary of the task Step Two: Step Three: Take an image in the style of the author. For step three I chose to shoot my image in the minimalist style I found showed up quite a lot in Asha Schechter’s work. Shooting on a white background I chose an everyday object similar to the style of Asha. Step Four: Complete the assignment.                       Step Five: In my response to the task I was given I had to choose five to ten … Continue reading

Pg: 169: Nadav Kander & Kelly Bryan

Task three, option two: Nadav Kander ‘Making not taking’ Step One: Follow the steps of Kander’s assignment. Step Two: Critical Rationale. Nadav Kander implies that a landscape photograph must be made rather than taken for it to have validity. I considered this concept and captured a variety of photographs surrounding my residence. Photographic decorum played a large role during my interaction with my surroundings; a consideration of composition, viewpoint and subject matter, with key focus on natural lighting to encourage the sense of reality, took place throughout this photographic experience. However, these images appeared somewhat lifeless and did not encapsulate … Continue reading