Produce a series of approximately 12 photographs that are made on, or explore the idea of, a journey.
The journey that you document may be as long or as short as you like. You may choose to re-examine a familiar route, such as a commute to work or another routine activity, or it may be a journey into unfamiliar territory. You may travel by any means available.
Introduce your work with a supporting text (around 500 words) that:
• Describes how you interpreted this brief.
• Describes how your work relates to aspects of photography and visual culture addressed in Part Two.
• Evaluates the strengths and weaknesses of your work, describing what you would have done differently or how you might develop this work further.
• Identifies what technical choices you made to help communicate your ideas, and also references relevant artists and photographers who have influenced the creative direction of your project.
• Explains your reasons for selecting particular views, and arriving at certain visual outcomes.
Send your work and your supporting text, as well as extracts from your learning log or link to your blog, to your tutor by the method you’ve agreed with them. If you have any preliminary ideas about your critical review (Assignment Four), share these with your tutor now – or as soon as you feel ready. Now is also a good time to let your tutor know how you’re getting on with the ‘Transitions’ task (Assignment Six). Make sure that all work is clearly labelled with your name, student number and the assignment number.
You don’t need to wait for your tutor’s response before starting Part Three.
Just a reminder to look at the assessment criteria again. Think about how well you have done against the criteria and make notes in your learning log. LP&E, p.n