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Notes for Assessor

This learning log / blog is my main submission for assessment supported by a presentation box containing: The prints for each of assignments 1 through 5 Tutor’s feedback for each assignment My written response to each assigment This blog is … Continue reading

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Assignment 5 Rework: Hanging On

Notes on Rework Following a conversation with my tutor and after receiving his formal feedback (here) I have reworked this series. It was pointed out that the series lacked a title; I had one or two different ideas in mind: … Continue reading

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Assignment 5: Tutor Feedback

Feedback was provided during a telephone conversation on 5th December 2106. As we discussed over the phone, I believe that you have produced an excellent project. The submission demonstrates both your technical and contextual skills. It’s clear that you have pushed … Continue reading

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Assignment 5: Self Assessment

Introduction This assignment evolved from assignment 2, a fact that brought specific challenges to the project in that it was important to move forward both the overall subject narrative and my approach to the project. Working with the same subjects … Continue reading

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Assignment 5: Crackmoor Farm

Background In the late 18th century British painters began to turn their attention away from the classic and romantic cities of The Grand Tour (i) to breath new life into English landscape painting which, until this time, had been a lowly, but distinctly British, … Continue reading

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A5 Preparation: Sketchbook

I am in the habit of using a sketchbook to collect ideas as I develop a project. The following are pages from assignment 5’s sketchbook roughing out ideas that were carried forward and a few that were not.  

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A5: Reflections on the Progression of a Project

Sometime around 2001 Mark Neville was in a bookshop in Glasgow looking at a large collection of social documentary style photo books when it struck him that “these books were not aimed at the kind of people who were in … Continue reading

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