Here’s a look back of last semester’s projects. During the next few days, I will be posting previous workshops and projects. All of them were very inspiring, and I am still reflecting and creating little pieces of work from some of them.
The wonderful Vicky Woolhead gave us a photography workshop. She guided us throughout a whole week: from shooting at the studio, to visual story-telling.
I decided to do a visual essay that could stand as a window into our relationship with technology, going in and out of everyday life.
Part of the process: printing out thumbnails to easily edit what goes together and toss out what’s not working. It is WAY faster than doing it on the computer!
All images are a collection of photographs from documentary photography books and photographer’s websites: Robert Frank, Ansel Adams, Philip DiLorca, Nakahira Takuma, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Lee Friedlander, Kander, Time Life’s Documentary Photography, Andy Goldsworthy, Greg White, Salgado, Pommier and Suhimoto.