Kon’nichiwa! This post will be on our second project for Foundation 4D | Project 2: The Subverted Object.
In this project, we are given 3 different pictorial task to complete with the assigned object to us:
|Task 1: Denotation
||Where we photograph the object from various angles, capturing the object’s:
- Physical attributes: shape, form, texture and material.
- Practical function: context, environment and interaction
|Task 2: Connotation
||Where we subvert the object’s meaning through other elements and capture the object’s:
- Cultural relevance and meaning
- Celebrate or change or critique the object’s meaning.
|Task 3: Text and Image
||Where we select an image from Task 1 or 2 and give a title to it.
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Annyeong! This post will be on our very first project for Foundation 4D | Project 1 : Picture Story – Curating Self.
In this project, we are given 3 different pictorial task to complete:
|Task 1 : Me
||Where we have to creatively introduce ourselves using 3 photographs.
|Task 2 : Object and Representation of Self
||Where we present an object that has significance or symbolic value that is parallel to an aspect of your life.
|Task 3 : My World
||Where we share a series of photos of a location that evokes feelings from within.
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Aloha! So for our first 4D in-class exercise, we were being taught on 2 composition techniques that were relatively important in photography – Shot Scale & Angle of Framing.
So, I have compiled the various types of scale and angle of framing into a table for future references.
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