- Went to Glasgow and took a series of photos while walking along the Clyde
- Experimented more with taking selfies
- Amusing pics of dog in motorbike sidecar.
I have continued to think about:
- concept of selfies and how they are used. My son is very strongly of the idea that they must have context to mean anything. Overall I agree, but in practice difficult to do.
- difficulty in managing areas of extreme differences between light and dark in one image
- Kate Davis and feminism in photos. Feminism and the female gaze seems to be a common thread in my reading at present. Is it possible/probable that we have gone too far? I think that there may be less of an issue now than when i was young – however it is probably just more subtle and hidden.
- working on Part 4
- wrote up about Kate Davis
- Graham Clarke – The Photograph. I am having great difficulty with the concepts here, (even on the 2nd time through) partly in understanding the whole issue about critical thinking and its importance, partly because of the language used – coming from a science rather than an arts background. Need to find a primer!
- Stereoscope – the yearly magazine from the Arts and Photography students at St.Andrews University. Images, writings intercut with images from the universities Special Collection photographic Archives. It is interesting to see the sort of images that are taken by students – not just those that are picked as major upcomingt alents by BJP, Foam or Lenswork. Work often muted – very much about people rather than places. The one that stood out for me was Tom Oldridge. keep an eye out for his name
- Lensculture – several interesting articles this week
- The Yellow River – beautiful images that have resonance with the work of Catherine Hyland in Universal Experience. Small people inhbaiting vastlandscapes. Muted colours.
- Scrap and Build – about the changes in Tokyo – black and white street photography, similar to several Japanese photographers, but with a younger eye.