Exercise 3.2: Series and sequence

Exercise 3.2: Series and sequence Exercise 3.2 Series: Below my partner does yoga and I document the process of the practice. The series was not done over several days, but never the less illustrates the point of doing an activity as a sequence of joint actions tied into one theme. Series 2: Main series for exercise This series of image was done during two breakfast … Continue reading Exercise 3.2: Series and sequence

Exercise 3.4: Documenting change

Exercise 3.4: Documenting change Here I have depicted a water melon decaying over the course of several weeks. Perhaps one of the longest projects of the whole course in terms of time frame. On my tutor comments it was suggested that I might of let the oooz and decay be shown a bit more liberally. Why miss it out. It did occur to me but … Continue reading Exercise 3.4: Documenting change

Exercise 3.5: Photograph from a text

Exercise 3.5: Photograph from text: Bibliography and Illustrations:¬†http://wp.me/p5YgoM-lL This sequence involves the text from a magazine by the author (Satish Kumar, 1995) The text I chose because I love the way it has a sense of mystery to it. It leaves itself open for a little interpretation and also has a dimension of letting go of being a certain way in the world which chimes … Continue reading Exercise 3.5: Photograph from a text

Exercise 3.7: A significant object

Exercise 3.7: A significant object The initial significant object is this ‘Rupa’ (statue) that has much symbolic meaning for me in my life. It represents transformation and turning into difficulties not away from them. Main image, sacred object of meditation The three images together                       These images thus represent the series of significant objects.   … Continue reading Exercise 3.7: A significant object

Exercise 3.8: Re-photographing

Exercise 3.8 re-photographing: 1 Portrait Below a shot taken of the subject as general portrait in outside lighting no flash used. The subject re-photographed having somewhat adapted their own representation and then portrayed next to the original image of the person. I like these re-presentation idea very much. It has an interesting feel of juxtaposition and timelessness. I asked Cany, my partner to manipulate the … Continue reading Exercise 3.8: Re-photographing

Exercise 3.9 A significant place/3.10 formal portrait

Exercise 3.9: A significant place/3.10 formal portrait This place which is significant in the sense that I meditate here, is portrayed with that in mind. The atmosphere is subdued and the lighting principally from candles and some upper lighting from a standard halogen lamp. 3.9 A significant place Exercise 3.10 A formal portrait This exercise was a little confusing in some ways. The idea of … Continue reading Exercise 3.9 A significant place/3.10 formal portrait

Project 3: Photography as visual research

Project 3: Photography as visual evidence In this project we are called to present visual evidence which documents activity taking place in a given field. I was interested in the point that it is important to distinguish between what we can know through experience, verbal language and the visual content of our experience. To me this seems to sum up some important points or at … Continue reading Project 3: Photography as visual research