Those Born Since The Digital Revolution, Seem To Have The Hardest Time Re Imagining The Role Of Photography In The World Today Thinking Of Photography As A Visual Language Is The Way This Book Addresses This Challenge.Instead Of An Approach To Understanding Photography Defined By Established Education S Need To Grade, Mark And Rate Both Work And Students Throughout Their Learning Journey, The Approach Taken Here Develops The Metaphor Of Learning A Language When Attempting To Explain What Photography Can Be And What It Can Give A Student In Transferable Creative And Life Skills This Begins With Challenging The Student Pre Conception That Successful Photography Is Defined By The Successful Single Image Or The Good Photograph.The Book Emphasises Instead The Central Role Of Narrative And Visual Storytelling Through A Technique Of Photosketching Which Can Be Used To Develop The Building Blocks Of Visual Creativity And Ultimately To Craft Successful Bodies Of Photographic Work New Ways Of Seeing Explains How To Both Learn And Teach Photography As A Visual Language, Appropriate For Both Professionals And Students Working Today.
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- 232 pages
- New Ways of Seeing
- Grant Scott
- 03 June 2017 Grant Scott