RESEARCH – SERIES AND SEQUENCE – learnings form photographers

Eadweard Muybridge was the pioneer in stop-motion photography and motion picture projection. His experimentation to record fast movements in animals and people led to the discovery of stop-motion animation and it to be used as another medium to capture movements unable to be seen by the naked eye. His works were useful and utilized by…Read more »

TYPOLOGY – Part III – Series and Sequence

Part III introduces us to telling stories and exploring visual themes with photographs, to deepen our understanding of the meaning of images and the way photographs communicate. I began this part of the course by doing an in-depth research on various typologies of famous works and the resulting research of its adaptation and interpretation in…Read more »


Understanding the difference between a series and a sequence, I have come to understand that a sequence is a set of photos meant to be viewed or studied in a particular sequence or order like a book whereas a series represent images revolving around a central subject or theme. As a research point for starting…Read more »

Reflections and thoughts on Assignment two: Painting with Light

Starting with Part III today, the first question that is posed to us is: Can you identify both the apparent subject and any other connotations from your photos from Assignment Two, for example? Having finished the second assignment successfully, I was given a constructive feedback that raised a lot of questions – like what would…Read more »