Monday, December 12, 2016

Create > Photos of Stuff on Photos

Create > Photos of Stuff on Photos


Goal:  Create a series of photographs of photographs with stuff on top of them.

Studio Activity:
Be inspired by the works of Arnaud Jarsaillon and Remy Poncet of Brest Brest > http://goo.gl/ZfDv5e.  Retake photographs of photographs to further manipulate the image producing a new more impactful image.  Add objects, liquids or any stuff to an existing photograph print and re-shoot it.  Shoot the new photograph from interesting angles or using other photography techniques to manipulate the image further.  In the visual examples by Brest Brest, the raw egg and tomato ketchup provide an unexpected contrast to the formal portraits, creating images with impact - commanding our attention.

Trigger Mechanisms: Add, Contrast, Distort

Visual Examples:
Arnaud Jarsaillon and Remy Poncet of Brest Brest > http://goo.gl/ZfDv5e


Generalize, Reflect & Publish:
Instructional Strategy
  • Evaluate the results
Learning Activity
Reflect > Should I go back and rework anything?
  • How did you combine art elements (line, color, shape, texture, value)  to develop art principles? (Unity/variety, balance, emphasis contrast, rhythm, proportion/scale, figure/ground relationship)
  • Where are the dominant shapes, forms, colors, or textures that carry expressive significance?
  • Why Is the work ordered and balanced or chaotic and disturbing?
  • What gives the work its uniqueness?
  • Is symbolism used in the work to convey meaning other than what one sees?
  • Does the work evoke any feelings?

Instructional Strategy
  • Providing Recognition
Learning Activity
Publish > Share your album to our G+Community > Concepts & Creations category
Display > Add your photos to the Event

Instructional Strategy
  • Providing Feedback
Learning Activity
Critique >
  • Give positive feedback > +1 every image that deserves it
  • Give peer feedback > Give 2 peer images a VTS critique > http://goo.gl/1WWmBY
Self-assess >
Life Skills Survey > http://goo.gl/iEUqr (responses > http://goo.gl/8YDnYF)