pg.268 Andrew Phelps and Jack Matts

Task 2 Step 1 : Tweet a Synopsis of the assignment. Step 2 : Research the author and make a portrait of them. Step 3 : Critically analyse the work of the photographer and make an image in their style. Step 4 : Complete the assignment. Step 5 : Critical Analysis Andrew Phelps assignment in the photographs playbook began with the handing out of an image from time within the last century. Due to the ambiguity, I was only given the name of the photographer. I received a black and white landscape photograph by Ansel Adams. My response to the photo I received was to implement this classic … Continue reading

Pg.33 Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chagrin & Jack Matts

Task 1 Building Narratives from the Finding Workshop. Step 1 : Further analyse the text you have received about your fictional photographer. Step 2 : Artist Biography. Adriana Westley is a photographer that was born in 69bc ancient Egypt. Westley is tall and beautiful, with fiery ginger hair that flows in the Egyptian breeze. Her interests lie in abstract fashion portraiture where she channels her inner outgoing nature. She works with props and Egyptian land to create abstract stylized imagery. She works in hot and dry terrain, telling stories of her home town in throughout her images. Westley loves using textures and … Continue reading

Pg.33 Adam Broomberg, Oliver Chanarin and Tony Ellinas

Task 1 Step 1 – Text received Step 2 – Artist Bio Peter Jameson was born in England in August 1932 and emigrated to Scotland in 1950. After a series of odd jobs, he became a freelance photographer. During 1960’s exploring the wild landscapes in mainly Scotland and the lake district. What he really likes about lake district is the reflection of images on water. He was born into a rural lifestyle inspired by the local community it’s values and traditions especially within the farming community. He worked with medium format creating atmosphere shots through the use of changeable English … Continue reading

pg169 NadavKander + HayleyChapman

Step 1 Step 2 This series of images respond to Kander’s task set, questioning what makes a landscape and what makes a travel snapshot? Traveling to Canada I explored this through taking my time to compose each individual image, featuring different elements within the set of photographs. Key elements are used such as focus points to draw viewers into the frames, grabbing their attention; these consisting of a whale’s tail, a boat and the sun rise. Features are emphasised in all frames using the rule of thirds, whether this be basing the main focus point or even the horizon on … Continue reading

Pg.242 Judy Natal & Millie McLaughlan

Task 2.  Step 1: Tweet a synopsis. Select/ take images to be reviewed. Present the images to selected participants. Get the participants to write a page of questions about the images. No answers allowed! Expand your thought process. #phonar2018 #PhotographersPlaybook #JudyNatal #NoAnswersAllowed — Millie Mclaughlan (@MillieMclPhoto) April 27, 2018 Step 2: Artist Portrait. View this post on Instagram Judy Natal is a Chicago based artist / photographer that has explored visual narratives, landscapes and alterations to landscapes since 1997. In 2006 the focus of her images shifted to interpreting landscapes that have been altered by engineers, utopians, designers and scientists. … Continue reading

p.33 Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin and Johann Koop

TASK 1 STEP 1 STEP 2 – Biography of the artist Felipé Gucci was one of the true unrecognised founders of photography as part of the late 11th century image-making movement. A legacy which was ordered to be destroyed by the authorities. Many were assassinated, Gucci among them and the equipment was destroyed to be forgotten by future generations. Gucci’s fascinating portraiture work is the only remaining element of the 11th century image-making technology. He was a young passionate artist working with a self-made film camera. It is assumed that he was using emulsions made his father Fabiano Gucci, who … Continue reading

P.325 Jem Southam & Aitanna Gomes

Task Two Step One: Think about physical and human geographies, weather patterns and experiential modes of gathering information. Explore the site! Photograph the process. #JemSoutham #PhotographersPlaybook #phonar2018 — Aitanna Gomes (@Aitanna_G) April 28, 2018   Step Two: Artist Portrait                     Step Three: Image in their style                       Step Four: Complete the assignment     ‘Here’ and ‘Now’ from Aitanna Gomes on Vimeo.     Step Five: Critical Rationale Approaching this task enticed me to think about ways in which landscape images … 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. 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

p. 169 Nadav Kander and Anja Paixão

Task 3.2 This interaction can be through composition, intervention in the scene in front of you, post-editing etc. Only your fantasy is your limit. — Anja Paixão (@AnjaPaixao) 2 May 2018   Step 1: Complete the assignment Step 2: Critical rationale Nadav Kander’s assignment focuses on the difference between a landscape image and a travel snapshot. Kander originally directed this assignment towards photography and asked us to create a series of images. Instead, I adapted the assignment and made a video with still images. When I photographed my images and recorded my video, it was not planned, nor an idea … Continue reading