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The Quiet and The Loud Photograph

Posted in PHOT 167, PHOT 265, PHOT 267 by Paul Turounet on August 11, 2012

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Assignment

Shoot images that reveal your interpretation of the “quiet” photograph and the “loud” photograph through your photographic vision and sense of technical execution and craftsmanship.

In considering your photographic vision and use of camera aesthetics, give particular attention to your use of the photographic frame, vantage point, moments of exposure and the role and use of light to reveal your interpretation of the thing itself and details as they relate to your interpretation of the “quiet” photograph and the “loud” photograph.

It is essential that your efforts reflect a sense of considered thought, active visual exploration and is articulated with a cohesive vision and photographic sensibility.

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Requirements

For the critique (see Calendar for Due Date) and evaluation, please complete the following:

Minimum of 1 – digital edited contact sheet (no more than 6 images) and at least 1 – finished photographic print that reveals your interpretation of the “quiet” photograph through your photographic vision and sense of technical execution and craftsmanship.

Minimum of 1 – digital edited contact sheet (no more than 6 images) and at least 1 – finished photographic print that reveals your interpretation of the “loud” photograph through your photographic vision and sense of technical execution and craftsmanship.

All photographic prints are required to be made in the Grossmont College Analog | Digital Imaging/Photography Labs.

Turn-in all critique materials in a manila envelope for evaluation and feedback.

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