By now you should have consulted with me at least once about your folios progress.
Once you have completed your folio, please do the following.
- Put your files in a folder with your name on it.
- Name your files in a way that will have them be shown in the order you want to show them.
- Write 3 paragraphs about the following 3 questions, ‘what you did’, ‘why you did what you did’, ‘how you did what you did’.
On the day, just copy the folder of files to the teaching computer, then use the built in software to run a slideshow of your images to share with the rest of the class.
To assist you in the production of your final folios, try the following resources.
What is a portfolio or folio ?
What is a digital fine art photographic portfolio?
Stuck for an idea on who to research? Try the George Eastman House, the web’s most authoritative source for photographic history.
Size 12cm x 12 cm
3 images minimum
Flatten all layers and post to your tumblr as a jpeg
keep a copy save it a s a tiff ready to print it out for your CD cover to be submitted in week 12
Hi Folks a reminder I need to know who or what your research project is about, as as soon as possible, to avoid double ups.
Here is a list of the photographers from the video this week; ‘Paper Movies’.
- John Gossage
- Martin Parr
- Gary Winogrand
- Richard Misrach
- Stephen Shore
- Ed Ruscha
- Robert Adams
- Timorthy O’Sullivan
- Thomas Roma
- Joel Sternfeld
- Henri Cartier-Bresson
- William Klein
- Joel Meyerowitz
- Lee Freidlander
- Dianne Arbus
- Tony Ray-Jones
- William Eggleston
Choose one of these or, find one online using the links on the reference page/s