Narrative, Power and Responsibility

27Jan 2015 Review and thoughts on previous week.

Discussion : “Roy Striker

Lecture: David Campbell Narrative Power and Responsibility

From the News:

Preparation for next week: Prepare a description of the work you intend to accomplish over the remainder of the module. Your description should be concise and take no more that 1min to describe.

notes:

Photography is only best interpreted using the theory of narrative with contextual consideration ~ David Campbell.

George Todd P. Says if ur pictures are not good enough then ain’t reading enough…

David Campbell, narrative, power and responsibility are inherent photographic features

George Todd P. Would see photographs through the spectacles of context for comprehension

Photographs direct our attention to narratives for a probable objective understanding

Change is the a relative effect of contextual and social understanding of photographs

David Campbell, there is a relationship between images and the world, images and politics which can enhance change

  1. Change is the a relative effect of contextual and social understanding of photographs

    This is an interesting session. However, I got no headphone. Hope to bring one next week. I will listen to it#Phonar

    Narrative is about including some things and excluding other things. You are gonna have an angle. You are gonna have a perspective.

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