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How Self-Portrait Photography Has Developed: Reflexivity to Selfies 

In this essay I will discuss the work of American photographer Lee Friedlander who made the use of reflexivity in his self-portrait photography in the 20th century and the fascination today with a new type of self-portrait known as a selfie introduced through digital technology. 2,720 more words


Shadows and reflections in self-portraiture

There are a few reasons why I chose to use shadows and reflections in my self-portrait assignment.

Firstly, and just to get it out of the way: for a superficial reason – I am (like a lot of photographers) ironically camera-shy myself. 1,660 more words

Research & Reflection

Rear View Mirror

So much talk of Lee Friedlander over the last two weeks by my lecturer seems to have rubbed off in my work.

I am looking for the opportunities to include more than just what is in front of me. 19 more words


Assignment 4 - A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

Vivian Maier’s East 108th Street is typical of her earlier work representing the optimism of 1950’s America, describing a vibrant, positive and potentially romanticised image of urban America. 1,958 more words

Vivian Maier

Sunday, August 9th

sounds of Huntsville, Texas

Chuck & The Guiding Clouds, “After All These Years,” live, Houston (Calvary Way Missionary Baptist Church), 2009



art beat

Lee Friedlander (1934-), Texas, 2006

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Thursday, August 6th

sounds of Peru

Dengue Dengue Dengue!, live, Mexico City, 2015



art beat

Lee Friedlander (1934-), New York

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