1. What ideas do you bring to the photographs?
3. What parts of the photograph do you pay attention to, and in what order?
4. What connects the photographs: color, texture, tone, contrast, key, composition?
5. How does the photograph make you feel?
6. What messages are read from the photographs?
7. What do(es) the photograph(s) remind you of?
8. What are the formal (structural) relationships and the conceptual (emotional) relationships in the photograph?
9. What is it about – as opposed to what is it a photograph OF?
10. What is it not – as opposed to what is it – a photograph OF?
We may also want to think about another way of discussing and writing about photographs:
A. The Print – the physicality of the photograph(s): surface, size, dark/light, color, tone, texture
B. The Expression – the feelings, events and episodes that are express in the photograph: what happens in front of the lens, how subject matter is organized
C. The Analysis – the ideas that render the photograph, the conceptual filters that are in place, the technical controls that are used to order the image: framing, focus, moment, exposure, movement, location
photograph by Kate Gardner
- 101 – module 3 there are two links [the student’s web site] – [the photography project]
- Ena Aguilar – photography
- Anne Bagay – photography
- Andrew Daverman – photography
- Tessa Fox – photography
- Katherine Gardner – photography
- Ann Carter Herbert – photography
- Mary Lou Hoffacker – photography
- Grace Lewis – photography
- Emma McNamara – photography
- Mary Perez – photography
- Lenna Rodrigues – photography
- Ruichang Song – photography
- Hannah Weeks – photography
- Helen Wiley – photography
Websites prepared by students for Art 101 and 102
2014, Fall are now online
- Ena Aguilar
- Anne Bagay
- Andrew Daverman
- Tessa Fox
- Katherine Gardner
- Ann Carter Herbert
- Mary Lou Hoffacker
- Grace Lewis
- Emma McNamara
- Mary Perez
- Lenna Rodrigues
- Ruichang Song
- Hannah Weeks
- Helen Wiley
Fall semester Art 101 students – please note that there are two film processing sessions being run today and tomorrow in the photo labs, 1:30-4:30
4:30 PM University Art Gallery – opening reception for the Art Seniors Exhibition – strongly recommended that all students in Art 101 and 102 classes attend
1:00-4:30 PM Convocation Hall – public Comprehensive Exam presentations by Art Seniors – strongly recommended that all students in Art 101 and 102 classes attend