BA Hons Photography
Fashion Constructed Image: RPHC4004
Assessment Guidelines: Fashion Constructed Image
Assessment Guidelines: Fashion Constructed Image

FINAL PRESENTATION: In this post, please see below relevant information regarding your assessment for the Fashion Unit. Please study the information carefully – each team member must contribute to the joint presentation. Be confident, but also reflective. Remember the assessment panel is not interested in how the team critically review the learning undertaken on the unit. […]

Lecture Notes: The Photographic Sequence
Lecture Notes: The Photographic Sequence

Photography ref: Robert Frank. Please see the pdf. reference material from this week’s Contextual Studies lecture, The Photographic Sequence: and languages of subjectivity and objectivity… The lecture was delivered by Francis Summers on Monday 17th March. In this session… one question asked: is a photograph ever ‘alone’? Is there ever ONE photograph or is photography always involving the […]

Lecture Notes: Between Desire & Disgust
Lecture Notes: Between Desire & Disgust

Photography ref: André Kertész, Distortion, #147, 1937. Please see the pdf. reference material from this week’s Contextual Studies lecture, Between Desire & Disgust: Some Avant-Garde Photography in Europe, given by Francis Summers on Monday 10th March. In this session… To recap some ideas on beauty… To think some issues of desire and disgust… To discuss ‘what is avant-garde’ […]

Lecture Notes: Fashion Stories
Lecture Notes: Fashion Stories

Photography ref: David Sims, for Arena Homme Plus, Please see the pdf. reference material from this week’s Contextual Studies lecture, Fashion Stories: ‘Sequences and the Page’ given by Francis Summers on Monday 3rd March. ‘Fashion photographs, what are they about…clothing? Atmosphere…? Associations…? Stylistic symbolism…?’ LECTURE – Fashion Stories 2014

Shooting RAW: Tethered Workflow
Shooting RAW: Tethered Workflow

Please see the presentation that introduced, the technologies behind digital sensors and the use of RAW processors, such as Adobe Lightroom, that uses demosiacing algorithms to convert the Bayer filter to an RGB image. To support your understanding of the Library and Develop modules, do refer to the Lynda.com tutorials   WHAT IS A RAW […]

Fashion Unit: Readings & Visual References
Fashion Unit: Readings & Visual References

Ref: Miles Aldridge. As an initial support with the unit, please see the presentation outlining possible themes in response to the project, along with what I hope you find as inspirational imagery. Below are series of readings to help with your understanding of the different roles that exist within Fashion Photography. The readings are interviews of […]

Shoot Production: Managing & Organising
Shoot Production: Managing & Organising

Ref: Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott, W Magazine, Sleep No More. Please see the presentation supporting the Fashion Constructed Image Project. Below are also links to the online video tutorials from Lynda.com, interview links, a ‘Call Sheet’ and Budget spreadsheet to support the professional practice talk, supporting the vital skill-set of managing and organising, required […]

Fashion Constructed Image: Unit Briefing
Fashion Constructed Image: Unit Briefing

ref. Photo: Mikael Jansson, Fashion editor, Katie Grand – please see the handbook from today’s Unit briefing. In your groups, please read carefully all of the requirements of the brief. To support the project please bring with you an electronic scheduler, laptop, or tablet to tomorrow’s session so that we can begin the process of […]

Tutor Groups: Spring Term 2014
Tutor Groups: Spring Term 2014

Sze Tsung Leong, from the series, History Images. The post includes your assigned Tutor Groups for Terms 2 and 3. Please note down your assigned group and do ensure you have each other university email address to ensure that you are all clear on how best to communicate and work through your tasks for all […]

‘Live’ Timetable: 2014
‘Live’ Timetable: 2014

Welcome to the Year 1, Academic Calendar. Your weekly teaching sessions for this Term, will take place on Monday, Tuesday and Friday. On Wednesday’s there are some optional Lectures offered by both visiting practitioners and internal staff to support your studies. We will indicate which Wednesday sessions you must attend. All other sessions are mandatory. […]