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Week 5 - Analogue Photography Henri Cartier-Bresson – Madrid, 1933 Who is the practitioner and when were they practicing? The practitioner in this example is Henri Cartier-Bresson (1908-2004), a French photographer active roughly from 1932 t (More)
Week 5 - Henri Cartier-Bresson
Who is the practitioner (what is their name?) and when were they practising? Henri Cartier-Bresson was a French photographer born in 1908, before becoming involved with photography Cartier-Bresson had a strong connection with painting and the surr (More)
Documentary & Mockumentary (Week 5)
This week has been all about the art of the interview. As a result, we’ve been looking at documentary styles and narratives. Each time we do, I think about all the documentaries I’ve seen in my life. Some more impactful ones like Cowspiracy (2014), E (More)
Interview Exercise (Week 5)
Using the Sony MC50 camera was like using any other recording device, except not. The value of the equipment made me a tad iffy.  Initially the many feat (More)
Art of the Interview (Week 5)
Louise Turley of Back Roads (2015) talked to us about the art of the interview. For an interview to run smoothly we must consider who our interviewee is and whether they can deliver on camera. Who is our audience? They should be interested in what ou (More)
#5 Analogue Photography
The practitioner This week’s practitioner is the photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson, who was a French humanist photographer and painter. He started taking photos in 1929 and became fa (More)
NOTES | THE DECISIVE MOMENT.
Notes on Henri Cartier-Bresson's 'The Decisive Moment' photography as a means of drawing life is fluid and sometimes pictures disappear moments; once it's gone it's gone surrealism; labelling - photojournalism accidental reporter (More)
WEEK 5 | LEGACY PHOTOGRAPHY.
Who is the practitioner (what is their name?) and when were they practising? The practitioner is Margaret Bourke-White, who was a prolific photographer between the 1930s and 60s, most known for being More)
WEEK FIVE: Legacy Photo
Who is the practitioner (what is their name?) and when were they practicing? The photograph was captured by German-born American photographe (More)
#5: Practice Analysis 1 and Legacy Photography
The Kiss, Photographed by Alfred Eisenstaedt. Who is the practitioner (what is their name?) and when were they practicing? Alfred Eienstaedt. He became a professional photographer in 19 (More)
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