Tag Archives: workflow

Technology, diversification, production values and access

One of the emails I received today was from WordPress.com. I subscribe to their emails because I am not a greatly technically proficient.  I love technology and am interested all things computer and internet related but have only dabbled with … Continue reading

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Exhibitions and blogging

Good and Bad Art This question arose as I read a review of Mirror City, the new exhibition at the Hayward Gallery.  The Guardian’s review was not good. The first criticism is that the exhibition is presented as a mediation  … Continue reading

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Should I stop taking a photo a day and concentrate of project 1?

Although I was only awarded my bachelor’s degree this June I had completed taking all the images for it by last December and the work from December to February was mainly preparing prints and presentation material for the March assessment. … Continue reading

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A photo a day – revelation or transformation?

We all know that photos are indexes of something else, otherwise they would not be photos but digital pictures. Yet the scope and choices in how we represent things are almost endless as options present themselves right through the workflow. … Continue reading

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