Category Archives: history of photo journalism

Summary & Reflection

Overall i enjoyed the project, and liked giving in the different parts of the work during the weeks. One of the things i found easy about the course is having a task each week, which allowed me to focus on … Continue reading

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Impressionist gallery & Reflection

As an excursion for the course we went to the impressionist gallery in Bradford for the day. The gallery itself changes its exhibitions about every 3 months, the exhibition we attended was ‘the roads to Wigan Pier’. We had to … Continue reading

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Once upon a time & Reflection

Cinderlla is a fairytale which was at first a story book. However it is mianly known for the animaed movie created in the 1950’s by walt disney. The basic outline of the story is a young girl named Cinderella becomes … Continue reading

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Journey & Reflection

This image is part of a series to do with scale photography, in this case the subject is bigger than their surroundings, much like the fairytale alice in wonderland and jack and the beanstalk. In both fairytales some sort of … Continue reading

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Social comment & Reflection

This image was created by Banksy. Banksy is an established ‘artist’ and is espically known for his work in London, as many of his ‘works’ are on the side of buildings and in public areas for all to see. His … Continue reading

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Propaganda – Refection

What is propaganda? Propaganda is when a group of people try to persuade a community/mass of people a specific biased message. They maintain that their viewpoint is correct, and the people who do not share their thoughts are incorrect . … Continue reading

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PDF is finished!!!

http://issuu.com/lyndsay.cadden/docs/project1final/1 The final draft of my PDF has now been uploaded on to issu and transformed into a magazine. The process of actually finishing the pdf was quite a lengthy one, as you start to turn into a perfectionist when … Continue reading

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