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|Title: ||Fotografiets Sprog|
|Authors: ||Breindahl, Kathrine Person|
|Advisor: ||Carlsen, Sine|
|Examination Date: ||Jan-2011|
|Issue Date: ||26-Jan-2011|
|Abstract: ||Like humans the photograph speaks many different languages. These languages can lead the viewer in a certain direction, and thereby tell a certain story. The photography has for more than two centuries, given the viewer an impression of having been were the photography was taken. Even though it is 'only' a photograph, it can cause a myriad of sensory impressions. The viewer and the photograph are drawn together, on a journey where even the smallest details can have the greatest impact on the experience itself.
We have in this report, worked towards having a broad knowledge of grammar of photography and instruments in order to create experiences for our own photographs and of the exhibition at Nørrebro Library. Throughout the process we have visited several photo exhibitions for inspiration for our own photographs. These experiences contribute to our central theoretical concepts of emotions, narratology, aesthetics and context, which are used through our own photographs.
"Selv. Tak." is the name of our exhibition, which reflects selfless deeds in the everyday life. Small deeds that do not require much for one person, but can mean everything for another.|
|Education: ||Humanistisk teknologisk basisstudium basisrapporter / Basic Studies in Technological Humanities|
|Appears in Collections:||Humanistisk teknologisk basisstudium basisrapporter|
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