· Mind mapping and visual mood boards (gathered and collaged secondary imagery and text – use Pinterest and Google Image) for at least 2 life cycles (between written and visual content this should total at least 6 pages)
• Further more specific brainstorming developing a theme/concept within your chosen Lifecycle.
• 2 Storyboards with plans for photoshoot, annotated to make clear what your intentions are with regards to location, models, props, make-up, costume, lighting, camera angle, depth of field etc. Try to go out somewhere relevant to your theme and make an effort to get strong images planning composition, lighting, angle etc.
Analyse the work of photographers who use location in their work. 350 words each photographer
· A Historical – Robert Doisneau documentary photographer https://www.photographersgallery.com/by_artist.asp?id=201
· Contemporary photojournalist – Martin Parr http://www.martinparr.com/:
· Fashion photographer Emma Summerton http://www.emmasummerton.com/
· Travel phtophotographer Steve McCurry http://stevemccurry.com/
ANSWER WHAT, WHEN, WHO, HOW, WHY.
· Give examples of their work and then analyse this in depth using the questions below as starting points.
· HOW DO THEY USE LOCATIONS WITHIN THEIR WORK?
· Who are they and what kind of photography are they known for.
· Give brief biographical background and tell us what work they have had published.
· What ideas are they interested in?
· What techniques or technology do these practitioners use to create interesting photographs? ie lenses. shutter speed, camera tripod, ie dark room black and white, digital, manipulation of this etc
· What are they most known for, who have they worked for ?
· How do they capture or utilise light, texture, movement of the place or moment images are taken?
· Do they use candid shoots or are these planned?
· Do they work with colour or monochrome?
· How do they work with the model and the location? What do they use to visually connect the two aspects together? P1, M1, D1
• A sustained piece of drawing from observation of objects/objects associated with your Life Cycle. (Students take a photograph of an object relevant for their theme and draw it )
• One photoshoot asap on location using good light, props if necessary, styling and committed models completed by Tuesday 9th May. All students will need imagery to work with from this shoot in lessons from Wednesday 10th May.