Exercise 3: Family Photos and Nostalgia

Family photos are often cited as being the possessions that people would most want to save from a house fire. Continue reading “Exercise 3: Family Photos and Nostalgia”


Exercise 2: Reflections on Using Photography to Portray Time

It is argued that the ‘mechanical’ nature of photography precludes it from being considered an art. The ability of photography to capture Cartier-Bresson’s ‘decisive moment’ makes it unique in its ability to portray intervals of time that are too short for the human eye. Does this make photography a medium uniquely suited to portraying time and the passage of time? Continue reading “Exercise 2: Reflections on Using Photography to Portray Time”