Thirty second take away
- Plough on with projects – keep momentum going when you can, or it will be a 7 year course.
- Don’t over think it – experiment and enjoy it. Don’t stall worrying if ‘right’.
- Keep assessment in mind and push for the earliest submission so not hanging over you as you move through the course.
- Use www.learn.OCA.ac.uk for the most up to date literature.
- Check the new 140820 assessment guidelines
- Keep going with blog for reflection and research
- Composition is about more than the rules.
- Look up assessment submission dates – Nov assessment = August request date, September submission.
- Use these dates to plan assignment schedule
- Follow student blogs for support, examples and 2 way feedback
- Look up the exemplars from the back of EYV book to see good examples of first level studies.
- Look up Vimeo Channel for tutors assessing work
Assessment Submission Notes
Photographers to research in future
assesssment submission get it done quick
4 folders 10-12 images
assignments and exercises images
pick up work that maps to learning outcomes
use firstname.lastname@example.org fpr help
communicate and idea, quality of image, how do you use the camera, quality of idea, quality of learning log.
Put together a series.
EYV concentrate on images.
2 hours to look through whole blog
no critical review in EYV
Reflective Outcome – blog posts – journalisitc – always done well, working by yourself you’re naturally reflective.
Reserach and photography is what speaks.
Assessed tutor and second tutor – assess with fresh ideas, looking in depth at work, not quickly
Formative assesmment – feed back as you go
summative – course assesmnet at the end – marks on this
Exemplars – good work – look at others work given in EYV olders
Vimeo channel – videos of tutors at assesment showing work – 3 exemplars
ex 1.2 point – subjects nears the edge of the frame get more energy and is given power
proximity – points together to form a group
continituy – related subkjects even when not together
eye movement throughout the image – direction, lines, subjects, light, space
framng for the point – the point is the purpose of the image
closure – gestalt – brain fills gaps – creates a circle
dnt cliche and be boring with the same idea / imitation – i.e. a person walking through a void
connectedness – homma (takahashi) suburbia
Chris Steele Perkins – layers – DOF
edit is a big part – you miss images by not seeing what you were looking for – you’re looking for what you think is a good shot and not what youve seen before