WEEK 1: Webinar (Coursework)

 

The webinar was fun, good getting to meet fellow students online, and put a face and voice to the name. Discussing images with Gary and fellow artists on the webinar was amazing, always nice to have the opportunity to see and hear how others think and work.

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WEEK 1: Ordered film and chemicals. (Project Development)

Well it’s time to stock up on film and chemicals. I use Ilford HP5, a black and white negative, rated at 400 ASA/ISO. Running low, I ordered a 100ft from B&H Photo in New York City.  (they charge no tax if you live out of NY state and the shipping is free for orders over $49, expedited anywhere in the US) their prices   

are excellent. Phone orders and service the best I have ever experienced.  Is this a plug for B&H Photo? … YES!! I love ’em. I hand wind my own film so I also ordered some reloadable plastic canisters as Continue reading WEEK 1: Ordered film and chemicals. (Project Development)

WEEK 1. How the www changed photography. (Contextual Research)

The photographic image can be transmitted at the speed of light from one side of the globe to the other. As with everything, even though it appears that it suddenly happened, it took a very long time, sometimes centuries. In order for Continue reading WEEK 1. How the www changed photography. (Contextual Research)

WEEK 1: Re-making the global image. (Coursework)

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Objective: To Re-Create a recognised image of the ‘world.’

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