24
Feb
09

Another post on Photo Series

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Look at the work of yesterday’s photographer of the day. Each of her photographs are from the series, entitled The Valleys.

Each of the photos are taken in Wales, England, and feature teenagers being themselves, fully wrapped up in their world, expressing themselves. Even the photos that don’t have people in them still feature expressions from teenagers, in each case tagging.

If Mittelstaedt were to complete the assignment, she would write a 300 word essay to accompany these images. She would talk about how all of the photos come together, and what she was trying to accomplish by showing us these images. She would also tell us why she decided to take these pictures. Why creativity took over and forced her to shoot what she shot.

Checklist:

1. AT LEAST five pictures that are thematically connected.

2. A 300 word essay, where you explain the series, why it exists, and why it was important to you.

3.Upload the photos to your WordPress, and create a new page with the name of your series.

4. DUE NEXT WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3rd

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