Category Archives: Working with Photography in context

Is the association of memories with family photographs necessary in order to appreciate them?

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Forget Me Not, Geoffrey Batchen

I have recently been reading Geoffrey Batchen’s book ‘Forget me not: Photography & Remembrance. Within the book, Batchen speaks of the relationship between photographs, memories & remembrance. He says, ‘The photograph reveals a loved ones appearance, but the appearance provokes … Continue reading

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Stop Motion Animations

I like the idea of creating a video depicting a photo album, so i’ve been looking at some animations of books. I ¬†love how the paper appears to move on its own, however, stop frame animation would be impossible to … Continue reading

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The Brown Sisters

These are two images from nicholas nixon’s book¬†‘The Brown Sisters’. The series composed of several group portraits of his wife and her three sisters. Nixon has taken one photo for every year since he began the project. The book holds … Continue reading

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