David Hurn: On Being a Photographer

Having stalled with my photography/creativity in the last few days I decided to stop beating myself up and take a break from photographing. I decided to thoroughly read the fascinating book by [...]

Charlotte Cotton: Deadpan

Introduction In his summing up of my work for Assignment 1, my Tutor mentions the ‘diverse responses’ of the five subjects. He asks the question whether the diversity was deliberate [...]

IAP Exercise 2.2: Covert

Brief Make a series of five portraits of subjects who are unaware of the fact they are being photographed. The Covert Assassin Reflection With the COVID-19 lockdown in full force, the [...]

IAP Exercise 2.1: Individual spaces

Brief Make three different portraits using three different subjects. The objective is to create a link between the two components of the image, i.e. the subject and their surroundings. The [...]

Hélène Amouzou

I recently came across the work of Togo-born photographer Hélène Amouzou. It appealed to me for several reasons. Firstly, the black and white (sometimes) ghostly self-portraits remind me of the [...]

Harry Callahan (1912-1999)

I watched the 1981 interview of Callahan by Barbaralee Diamonstein in the series ‘Visions and Images’ (1). From the interview, I got the following information. Whilst working at [...]

Philip Lorca diCorcia (1951)

‘Heads’ series Described by art historian, Andrew Graham-Dixon (1) as the modern-day equivalent of Edward Hopper, Philip Lorca diCorcia is an American photographer based in New York. [...]

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