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Comment on Photography and narrative: What is involved in telling a story? by How do you tell a story in a single image? - King In Exile

Mon, 25 Sep 2017 22:04:00 +0000

[…] David Campbell,  director of communications at Amsterdam’s World Press Photo Foundation points out, narratives “have to be constructed by participants and observers”, though this doesn’t […]



Comment on Photography and narrative: What is involved in telling a story? by How do you tell a story in a single image? – UNSORTED

Mon, 25 Sep 2017 15:48:49 +0000

[…] David Campbell, director of communications at Amsterdam’s World Press Photo Foundation points out, narratives “have to be constructed by participants and observers”, though this doesn’t […]



Comment on Photography and narrative: What is involved in telling a story? by Week Four: Photography – This Week in DS106

Fri, 15 Sep 2017 16:31:24 +0000

[…]   Photography and narrative: What is involved in telling a story? […]



Comment on Photography and narrative: What is involved in telling a story? by Project Proposal – Riddhi iReflect

Sun, 19 Mar 2017 22:22:41 +0000

[…] explained on the David Campbell (Nov, 2010) website, “we need a return to storytelling in Photography as rigorous in thought […]



Comment on The myth of compassion fatigue by Compassion fatigue: illusion or reality? – Same Words Different Order

Mon, 06 Mar 2017 13:19:51 +0000

[…] can be considered natural responses to distressing scenes of humanitarian disaster. As stated by David Campbell, “there are clearly differential responses, but these do not add up to the generally […]



Comment on Photography and narrative: What is involved in telling a story? by Week Four: Mission:Photography | raptnrent.me

Mon, 06 Feb 2017 04:22:26 +0000

[…] Think about the Visuals of Storytelling: Review the following materials about photography and using visual elements to create stories. Write a blog post (tag: photoreflection) about your previous/current experience with photography. Do you take a lot of photos now? What of? Do you have a particular approach to taking photos? Do you ever work to capture a particular feeling or meaning in your photos? If so, how successful do you think you are? After reviewing these resources, what tactics can you use to improve your photos or to take a different approach to taking photos? •   Becoming a Better Photographer (section from the ds106 Handbook – just the “Becoming” part, not all the assignments contained on the page) •   Photography and narrative: What is involved in telling a story? […]



Comment on Has concerned photography a future? Photojournalism, humanitarianism, responsibility by Project 2 Research Point – Mark's OCA C&N Learning Log

Sun, 22 Jan 2017 19:12:19 +0000

[…] a future? Photojournalism, humanitarianism, responsibility – David Campbell. Available at: https://www.david-campbell.org/2010/11/04/sem-presser-lecture-2005/ (Accessed: 18 January […]



Comment on The myth of compassion fatigue by Project 2 Research Point – Mark's OCA C&N Learning Log

Sun, 22 Jan 2017 19:07:18 +0000

[…] D. (2012) The myth of compassion fatigue – David Campbell. Available at: https://www.david-campbell.org/2012/02/29/the-myth-of-compassion-fatigue/ (Accessed: 18 January […]



Comment on Photography and narrative: What is involved in telling a story? by Week Three: Photography | raptnrent.me

Fri, 13 Jan 2017 16:03:17 +0000

[…] Think about the Visuals of Storytelling: Review the following materials about photography and using visual elements to create stories. Write a blog post (tag: photoreflection) about your previous/current experience with photography. Do you take a lot of photos now? What of? Do you have a particular approach to taking photos? Do you ever work to capture a particular feeling or meaning in your photos? If so, how successful do you think you are? After reviewing these resources, what tactics can you use to improve your photos or to take a different approach to taking photos? •   Becoming a Better Photographer (section from the ds106 Handbook – just the “Becoming” part, not all the assignments contained on the page) •   The Internet and photography PHOTO 2.0 — ONLINE PHOTOGRAPHIC THINKING (REVISITED) •   Photography and narrative: What is involved in telling a story? […]



Comment on Photographic anxiety: should we worry about image abundance? by Memory/Place/Archive – Stuart Murdoch

Mon, 02 Jan 2017 06:23:52 +0000

[…] issue. With arguments against there being a tsunami of photographs and arguments that think a photograph made is better than a photograph not made, and other where the current sate of the art and technology is at a forefront, and every argument […]