Photography as a Performance | Holm Volume 9, No. 2, Art. 38 – May 2008 Photography as a Performance Gunilla Holm with Fang Huang, Hong Yan Cui, Fatma Ayyad, Shawn Bultsma, Maxine Gilling, Hang Hwa Hong, John Hoye, Robert Kagumba, Julien Kouame, Michael Nokes, Brandy Skjold, Hong Zhong, and Curtis Warren Abstract: This is a study of photography as performance and as an ethnographic research and dissemination method. Key words: photography, performance, visual research methods, visual language Table of Contents 1. 2. 3. 4. 4.1 Performing being stressed 4.2 Teaching and learning to use visual methods 5. Note References Author Citation 1. Our cultures are becoming more visual as well as visually sophisticated due to increasingly advanced technology. Performance in this context is seen as both a form of investigation and a form of representation. 2. Photographs are also commonly used to elicit information in interviews. So far, the most common types of photographs have been the ones taken by the researchers. 3. 4. Photograph 1: Filed 5.
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How To Give a Constructive Critique in Street Photography (Above image copyrighted by Fred Herzog) To become better in street photography (or anything in life), it is essential to get honest and constructive criticism. However the problem with the internet nowadays is that our attention spans are short, and the majority of the comments/feedback we get on our Facebook/Flickr streams include phrases such as, “Nice shot!”, “I love the light!”, or my personal favorite “What camera/lens do you use?” For this article I will try to give some suggestions and guidelines on how to give a constructive critique. I also included inspirational images from Fred Herzog for this article, one of my favorite color street photographers at the moment. What is a critique? Before we can delve into how to give a constructive critique, let us first start off with having a baseline understanding of what “critique” actually means. Critique is a method of disciplined, systematic analysis of a written or oral discourse. Let us break down two points: 1. 2. 3. 1. 2. 3. 4. 1.
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My Pocket Learning - Accueil Critique Portfolio Pro - Photo Critiques and Discussions How to Critique For consistency you should always use the Critique Template to write your critiques. A critique should be thorough, honest and helpful to the receiver. Both positive and negative critiques can be helpful. Here is an example of a thorough and well written structured critique with grades: Technical Execution: 7Great crispness and clarity with beautiful, natural colors. Visual Composition: 5At first sight it disturbs me that the trees are cut on the right sideand I personally would like to see more of the mountain range on theleft. Artistic Value and Creativity: 5Your photo represents typical works in the landscape genre. Personal Impact: 7My first impression is the fabulous landscape. Total Impression: 6/10 as seen in (generated by the critique template) Still unsure how the grading works or what it should be based on?