Monthly Archives: November 2011

We need privacy laws; and we should license photographers

An attractive young woman leaves her home and is immediately surrounded by ten big men who jostle, pinch, spit, shout insults at her. She runs, pursued, along the dark streets to a friend’s house, for safety. The men have cameras, … Continue reading

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Pre-assignment 2 recommended research: Josef Koudelka

Impressions: death, grief, poverty, faith, religion, suffering, intensity, thoughtful, real. Full tonal range, atmospheric, open ended. Part of the community, not a voyeur. Not a rich flanneur exploiting the underclass, but a man of the people. Different origins but common … Continue reading

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Project 15: Public space, public activity

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I was going to use photos from previous outings for this project, but the Postmodernism study trip at the V&A came up so I waited for that instead. The day was bright, too bright for great photography, but I found … Continue reading

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