Steve Middlehurst's learning log
OCA course: BA (Hons) Photography
Student ID : 512357
“If your pictures aren’t good enough, you aren’t reading enough”
"True, there are photographers who are failed artists, but so are most artists"
"Everything that needs to be said has already been said. But, since no one was listening, everything must be said again."
"Though nothing earth-shattering seems to be going on, take photographs anyhow. This helps you remember what happened today, which will be far more remarkable in the light of memory."
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Overall Comments You present a thorough and exhaustive exploration for this first assignment. The body of work is well referenced and analysed within its historical, social and political context. There is a a good mix of cultural analysis interspersed with … Continue reading
Fascination with the Sublime is as great today as it was in the eighteenth century and visual artists across all mediums continue to use an aesthetic that generates Burke’s astonishment and awe. Much time and energy is expended discussing photography’s links … Continue reading
In the second part of this exercise I will look at a number of historical and contemporary photographs that strongly reference the visual conventions of the eighteenth and nineteenth century. Some of these photographers have been directly influenced by painters, for example Scott McFarland revisited … Continue reading