Revisit one of the exercises on daylight, artificial light or controlled light from Part Four (Ex 4.1, Ex 4.2 or Ex 4.3) and develop it into a formal assignment submission. The submission requirement for this assignment is a set of between six and ten high-quality photographic prints.

There are many ways to edit and the most valuable one is probably to show your work to friends, family and your OCA peers for feedback – you are guaranteed to discover something new in your work. Another tip is to pin the work up on the wall and live with a for a few days. ‘A Quick Guide to Editing Your Photo Series using Stickies’ on the IPO (Invisible Photographer Asia) website, but bear in mind that this is not a narrative assignment – you’re not required to produce a story.

EDITING 101 – A Quick Guide to Editing Your Photo Series using Stickies

Assessment of photography in any context is an assessment of images and accompanying words so please Include a written analysis of your work outlining:

  • how you have developed the assignment from the original exercise in Part 4
  • which practitioners you’ve looked at for inspiration and how their work has influenced you
  • your technical approach and any particular techniques you incorporated
  • the strengths and weaknesses of particular photographs and your project as a whole (self-assessment)Conclude your notes with a personal reflection on how you’ve developed the exercise in order to meet the descriptors of the Creativity criteria. Write 500–1,000 words.

Research/Inspiration:

DGA505268 The Flight into Egypt, 1609 (oil on copper) by Elsheimer, Adam (1578-1610); 31×41 cm; Alte Pinakothek, Munich, Germany; De Agostini Picture Library; FRENCH PUBLISHING RIGHTS NOT AVAILABLE; German, out of copyright

Lesser Ury Hochbahnhof Bülowstraße

Tom Paiva

Todd Hido

Jeff Brouws

Published by bobbiemeralisarangi

Sheffield based Fine Art Photographer.

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