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by Hilda Dolittle

Stars wheel in purple, yours is not so rare
as Hesperus, nor yet so great a star
as bright Aldeboran or Sirius, 212 more words

Contextual Practice

On Your Doorstep

I’m very suspicious of the idea of ‘non-subjects’ in photography, I don’t think there are such things

– charlotte cotton  (Nigelshafran.com, 2014)

Most photographers usually explore the majority of the iconic genres and elements of photography, from landscapes to portraits, they have portrayed their own version of these genres through fresh eyes. 820 more words

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Family Album and Social Media

“If it’s going to be a world with no time for sentiment, it’s not a world that I want to live in.”
Christopher Isherwood (Goodreads, 2014) 750 more words

Photography

Culture, Identity, and Representation

“ The concept of objectification has special relevance to photography. In one sense, photography inadvertently objectifies people people by turning them into something to be looked at” -Solomon – Godeu  (Wells, 1997) 1,554 more words

Photography

Debate: "All Photography is Exploitative and Voyeuristic"

Our latest group task was a debate, consisting of being put into pairs to argue for or against a certain statement given to us. Me and my partner, … 627 more words

Photography

A Ramble on Shock and Subculture

“Culture and subculture is produced through

complex networks of talking, gesturing and acting, through which meanings

are exchanged between members of a society . Objects such as images and media… 1,910 more words

Photography