How do you photograph an idea?
Due Thursday December 7th
Critique Tuesday December 12th
Creating a series of photographs that relate visually and conceptually.
The goal is to express your concept by using symbols and/or metaphor - not a literal illustration.
You will produce a collection of images similar to the groups of images found in a publication like Light Work's Contact Sheet or in a gallery or museum show.
1. any conception existing in the mind as a result of mental understanding, awareness, or activity.
2. a thought, conception, or notion:
3. an impression:
4. an opinion, view, or belief:
5. a plan of action; an intention:
6. a groundless supposition; fantasy.
7.Philosophy.a concept developed by the mind, a conception of what is desirable or ought to be; ideal.
Start with a proposal. Explain what your IDEA is and how you might express it.
Follow up with a discussion with the teacher
Shoot and proof for testing and experimentation
Evaluate that shoot and plan another
Second Shoot should be more refined - proof and evaluate
Shoot again to capture the best images to express your idea
Produce a series of prints that express your idea (at least 4 images)
Fill out an artist Statement for your work
Mat your prints for presentation
Follow Workflow for Documentation
Make sure everything is labeled
Fill out the Evaluation Form for every shoot.