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Level Five

27 February 2011

Web Site.

Almost there just needs tweaking. Let me know where!

http://jonhancockphotography.com/

Posted by JONATHAN HANCOCK at 10:27

26 February 2011

Bethan Huws

Seeing her work at the White Chapel gallery i decided to look her up on the net. Found this... Will it justify my empty sketch book ?



Seeing her work at the White Chapel gallery i decided to look her up on the net. Found this... Will it justify my empty sketch book ?

Posted by JONATHAN HANCOCK at 21:48

25 February 2011

Image and Text - Website now live

I've finally made my website live and would really like some feedback on it...

For now, the home page image has been kept the same as it is the one I am currently most happy with.

www.alice-jones.com

Thanks.

Posted by ALICE JONES at 16:32

23 February 2011

Interrogating Identity


I wanted to use myself within the images so that I could see a side that nobody ever sees. I am an active sleeper. Alongside this I have been writing down dreams and feelings felt on the nights of recording to add another dimension/meaning to the images. The images are all taken on medium format black and white film.




I wanted to use myself within the images so that I could see a side that nobody ever sees. I am an active sleeper. Alongside this I have been writing down dreams and feelings felt on the nights of recording to add another dimension/meaning to the images. The images are all taken on medium format black and white film.

Posted by KATY SMITH at 13:57

Image & text

This is the link to my website for image & text

www.rebeccadobson.co.uk

Feedback would be appreciated

Posted by REBECCA DOBSON at 13:23

22 February 2011

Freedom and Control

These are three examples of my defaced negatives which are part of my project on Phototherapy. I shot my imagery on medium format - as I was unable to delete and view what I recorded at the time. This was quite a liberating process.

When the film came back however, there were some images I liked of myself more than others. These are photographs I have physically damaged to prevent them being seen or printed as they were intended.

By doing this, my negatives are in a way more important than a photographic print. They have become the artwork.

I would like to hear what people think of this approach and whether or not it is effective in conveying issues around my appearance and therapeutic approach to photography?



These are three examples of my defaced negatives which are part of my project on Phototherapy. I shot my imagery on medium format - as I was unable to delete and view what I recorded at the time. This was quite a liberating process. 

When the film came back however, there were some images I liked of myself more than others. These are photographs I have physically damaged to prevent them being seen or printed as they were intended. 

By doing this, my negatives are in a way more important than a photographic print. They have become the artwork.

I would like to hear what people think of this approach and whether or not it is effective in conveying issues around my appearance and therapeutic approach to photography?

Posted by ALICE JONES at 16:57

21 February 2011

Image and Text - Website in progress

I've been working on my own website for a while now, and have found myself struggling to decide on a piece of work to feature on my home page. Not sure if others have felt pressured to have a key piece showing first?

I'd like some feedback on my home page if possible, any thoughts on my presentation and image selection would be greatly appreciated!

The text I have added under the image is likely to change as I'm not 100% happy with it, but have included it for now to show the layout I am working with...



I've been working on my own website for a while now, and have found myself struggling to decide on a piece of work to feature on my home page. Not sure if others have felt pressured to have a key piece showing first?

I'd like some feedback on my home page if possible, any thoughts on my presentation and image selection would be greatly appreciated!

The text I have added under the image is likely to change as I'm not 100% happy with it, but have included it for now to show the layout I am working with...

Posted by ALICE JONES at 15:08

image and text take two

do i need the image? do the words say it all?



do i need the image? do the words say it all?

Posted by JONATHAN HANCOCK at 15:07

image and text.

A digital montage of the chants and banners at the Tory conference demo in Birmingham. This piece aims to provide an overall impression of the event, focusing on the passion and feelings of the demonstrators.



A digital montage of the chants and banners at the Tory conference demo in Birmingham. This piece aims to provide an overall impression of the event, focusing on the passion and feelings of the demonstrators.

Posted by JONATHAN HANCOCK at 08:38

19 February 2011

Creative Review

Following in the footsteps of Alice, I have submitted and have successfully had some work published on the Creative Review website. I chose to showcase my studio project from the first semester.

http://www.creativereview.co.uk/feed/february-2011/18/momento-mori

Posted by GLENN ROSSINGTON at 00:32

18 February 2011

Discount!

For anyone who has used Groupon to get discounted vouchers for stuff, this is a heads up to let you know that a dedicated Photographers version is coming out next month! Sign up now and get alot of discounts…

http://www.groupographer.com/



Teaser

Posted by GLENN ROSSINGTON at 16:29

Re worked Flyer

Comments please



Comments please

Posted by JONATHAN HANCOCK at 12:16

17 February 2011

Image and Text. Draft Postcard to Advertise My Show in March

Comments needed before I send them to print. It is a two sided A6 Postcard. Poster to follow.



Comments needed before I send them to print. It is a two sided A6 Postcard. Poster to follow.

Posted by JONATHAN HANCOCK at 19:47

16 February 2011

Image & Text - Website

Playing with a redevelopment of my personal website. I have taken 4 screen grabs of the layout showing a mix of digital images and film based images brought into the digital age. There is also a selection of text that explains about the various pieces from a button on each page.

Hopefully the website will be finished within the next week or so and I can upload officially to my domain and i'll have a live site.



Screen grabs of work in progress

Posted by GLENN ROSSINGTON at 20:27

Interrogating Identity - Edited pieces

After Mondays feedback, I went away and played around with my images, looking for new ways of conveying my idea. I've re-worked my imagery to test an idea out which I'm hoping to receive some feedback on.

It's a development on my idea that clothing is a type of second skin. I've cropped my photographs even closer to show approximately half flesh and half fabric. This represents how closely the two are, both physically and how together they start to become one.

Because these are re-worked they aren't great quality, so I am just presenting an idea for feedback...



After Mondays feedback, I went away and played around with my images, looking for new ways of conveying my idea. I've re-worked my imagery to test an idea out which I'm hoping to receive some feedback on. 

It's a development on my idea that clothing is a type of second skin. I've cropped my photographs even closer to show approximately half flesh and half fabric. This represents how closely the two are, both physically and how together they start to become one.

Because these are re-worked they aren't great quality, so I am just presenting an idea for feedback...

Posted by ALICE JONES at 17:13

15 February 2011

image an text contact sheet 3

selected pics for book thing



selected pics for book thing

Posted by NIGAL GOODSHIP at 08:08

14 February 2011

Influence

These are some of the images for my 'Freedom and Control' project, these are from Birmingham. I used reusable disposable 35mm cameras and smeared the lens with lip balm and stuck things on. I am going to further experiment with a 35mm slr that I have managed to obtain for destruction purposes.



These are some of the images for my 'Freedom and Control' project, these are from Birmingham. I used reusable disposable 35mm cameras and smeared the lens with lip balm and stuck things on. I am going to further experiment with a 35mm slr that I have managed to obtain for destruction purposes.

Posted by KATY SMITH at 17:41

5FP005 - Interrogating Identity

This is my work in progress for Interrogating Identity. Looking at the notion of feelings and emotions that run through the subconscious alter-ego in certain situations.

This first image is based on myself and am located in a classroom situation. Feelings of frustration, abandonment, coldness and annoyance are just some of the feelings I have chosen to depict in the situation.



shoot2_final_image

Posted by GLENN ROSSINGTON at 17:39

Saatchi Showdown

I've entered a piece of work into the Saatchi Showdown and would really appreciate any votes people feel like giving!

Link below:

http://www.saatchionline.com/showdown/match/showdown/4/artist/162988/art/1204067

Posted by ALICE JONES at 17:06

13 February 2011

Interrogating Identity - First Medium Format Shoot

I have chosen to focus in on one specific part of identity, clothing. The way we choose to present ourselves and what that says about us. I'm interested in the way our clothing becomes part of who we are. Is it a kind of second skin...

For my first shoot, I photographed a range of people infront of a brick wall, representing an outdoor environment. This demonstrates how my subjects are presenting themselves to the public. I deliberately cropped the head out of the image as I didn't want to pull attention away from the clothing.

When the images are viewed, I am expecting people to make judgements on the type of people who wear these pieces, this is to demonstrate the extent to which clothing shapes and constructs both how we are viewed socially, and how we want to be presented.



I have chosen to focus in on one specific part of identity, clothing. The way we choose to present ourselves and what that says about us. I'm interested in the way our clothing becomes part of who we are. Is it a kind of second skin...

For my first shoot, I photographed a range of people infront of a brick wall (this was simply to avoid distraction). I deliberately cropped the head out of the image as I didn't want to pull attention away from the clothing.

When the images are viewed, I am expecting people to make judgements on the type of people who wear these pieces, this is to demonstrate the extent to which clothing shapes and constructs both how we are viewed socially, and how we want to be presented.

Posted by ALICE JONES at 21:15

image an text....

She is all states,and all princes,i nothing else is.
Princes doe but play us, compar'd to this,
all honor's mimique, all wealth alchime..



........?

Posted by NIGAL GOODSHIP at 16:41

iterogate cont...

That from the world common having never used, least thy love and hate others too.... and get the coffie in, an a bag of cheese and onion as your offering,



examining a person, from afar.....with a very big lens.....

Posted by NIGAL GOODSHIP at 16:38

11 February 2011

interagatin identity. a start.on digital.

domestic violence.



domestic violence.

Posted by NIGAL GOODSHIP at 22:06

Collektive-Exposure

Now linked on the fotofilia blog courtesy of David Rann!

http://fotofiliablog.com/2011/02/11/collektive-exposure-at-fotofilia/

Posted by ALICE JONES at 20:08

Deface the Face

I decided to add one my photographs onto the front of a well known photographic magazine. This is to demonstrate where I would ultimately like to see my work appearing. I changed the name of the magazine, and the majority of the text as I wasn't sure about the copyright conditions...



I decided to add one my photographs onto the front of a well known photographic magazine. This is to demonstrate where I would ultimately like to see my work appearing. I changed the name of the magazine, and the majority of the text as I wasn't sure about the copyright conditions...

Posted by ALICE JONES at 10:37

09 February 2011

Deface The Face

i chose to do quite a subtle approach when i changed this cover, and just changed the fonts to see how different texts work with particular images. obviously on the original cover, it has pixelated text to go with the tv theme, but i changed it to fonts that didn't relate to show how certain texts work better than others...



i chose to do quite a subtle approach when i changed this cover, and just changed the fonts to see how different texts work with particular images. obviously on the original cover, it has pixelated text to go with the tv theme, but i changed it to fonts that didn't relate to show how certain texts work better than others...

Posted by LAURA WELLINGS at 22:14

Deface The Face

Using my own work I have literally defaced this face.



Using my own work I have literally defaced this face.

Posted by KATHERINE BELL at 21:09

08 February 2011

Image and Text: Deface the Face

For this particular task I have chosen to use two different Face magazines and rework them by taking it apart and rebuilding into another magazine type medium. I felt the Face was the relevant choice; because I have literally Defaced the Face.



For this particular task I have chosen to use two different Face magazines and rework them by taking it apart and rebuilding into another magazine type medium. I felt the Face was the relevant choice; because I have literally Defaced the Face.

Posted by SIMON SMITH at 14:00

07 February 2011

Image & Text - DEface The Face

Brought bang up to date using a contemporary cover 'iconic image' and text. I have decided to create a new branding as opposed to cutting up and re-sticking.

I will be doing that when I can get into the library.

For the moment though…



2011 Rebrand of The Face Magazine

Posted by GLENN ROSSINGTON at 14:57

John Stezager

Can everyone reference this exhibition as a part of the cut and paste project. Just seen this major retrospective on Stezagers work which is serendipitous.

www.whitechapelgallery.org/exhibitions/john-stezaker

Peter

Posted by Peter Day at 14:23

06 February 2011

Image and Text

I used a magazine cover to change the stories completly.



I used two magazine covers to change the stories completly.

Posted by JESSICA PARKES at 16:54

04 February 2011

image an txt ..

couldnt figure out how to work this tecnology millarkie (or spell it!!)so...



Posted by NIGAL GOODSHIP at 19:00

Image and Text - Cover

I decided to make my own cover for my pdf sketchbook.Inspired by Dazed and confused.



I decided to make my own cover for my pdf sketchbook.Inspired by Dazed and confused.

Posted by JONATHAN HANCOCK at 17:22

03 February 2011

Interrogate your Identity - I will post comment

Just fulfilling my promise to be available for feedback on any images posted to the blog for Interrogating Identity. Please post initial shoots, ideas and will comment. reference the following:



FOR NEXT SESSIONin Three Weeks 14 Feb 2011:
OPENING IDEAS AND THEMES
DETAILED RESEARCH ON TOPIC
EVALUATION OF RESEARCH
Practical Project Work
FIVE MINUTE PRESENTATION

Posted by Peter Day at 10:25

02 February 2011

Freedom and Control Reworked 4

And finally



And finally

Posted by NICOLA TODD at 20:56

Freedom and Control Reworked 2

Again here is another image for Freedom and Control



Again here is another image for Freedom and Control

Posted by NICOLA TODD at 20:54

Freedom and Control Reworked

Hi there
After weeks of frustration at not being able to get the Parkour people to do more shoots I have reworked the project and used what I already had. Please give me feedback (be gentle though)
Thank you



Hi there
After weeks of frustration at not being able to get the Parkour people to do more shoots I have reworked the project and used what I already had. Please give me feedback (be gentle though)
Thank you

Stasis and Containment
by 

Nicola Todd


The weightlessness of falling and the freedom from the physical and temporal.  

The distillation of the expanse of the seen,
captured and held within the obsidian infinity of the viewer’s pupil.

Posted by NICOLA TODD at 20:52

01 February 2011

Freedom & Control

Are these even needed? Would the negative imagery work better standing alone?



Are these even needed? Would the negative imagery work better standing alone?

Posted by JENNIFER WILSON at 10:14

Freedom & Control

Does this belong in the same series??? I'm thinking about presenting all the images on one sheet of paper in a grid... would they work better separately??



Does this belong in the same series??? I'm thinking about presenting all the images on one sheet of paper in a grid... would they work better separately??

Posted by JENNIFER WILSON at 10:11

Freedom & Control

How well does the blue work? Is it too busy?



How well does the blue work? Is it too busy?

Posted by JENNIFER WILSON at 10:09

Freedom & Control

Is it a bit dark? How well does it work? I'm unsure about the mirror, is it needed? Any other thoughts etc..



Is it a bit dark? How well does it work? I'm unsure about the mirror, is it needed? Any other thoughts etc..

Posted by JENNIFER WILSON at 10:05

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