Expert photographer and instructor Tim Daly presents over 20 practical projects for the budding photographer to develop their technical and research skills.Each project is a ready-made resource - the assignments vary in size and complexity, exploring a wide range of outputs (print, photobook, blog) and are mindful of limited resources, travelling distances and access to expensive equipment. Within each section are examples of notable photographers from around the world, suggested responses, practice tips, readings from key thinkers and further resources. This book blends understanding of context and technique to help photographers find new ways to work through the creative process.
Table of Contents
1. Observation 1. Light 2. Emphasis 3. Juxtaposition 4. Urban traces 2. Emphasis through design 5. Surfaces 6. Shape 7. Line 8. Tone 3. Telling stories 9. Faces of our time 10. Eyewitness 11. Cabin fever 12. Along the waterfront4. About the past 13. Forget me not 14. Aftermath 15. Patina 16. The story of things5. In the present 17. Eccentrics 18. The natural world 19. People on the street 20. The social landscape6. Travel 21. Wild places 22. The open road 23. City of shadows 24. Cultural capital7. Resources Using the Pinterest resources Online research sources How to access journal articles Specialist study centres Specialist output services
Dr Tim Daly has taught photography for over 30 years, designing learning for all levels of the subject from GCSE to MA. Since 2000, he has written over 20 books.