IB Visual Arts: Photography

The word photography derives from the Greek words phōs (genitive: phōtós) light, and gráphein, to write.What a beautiful, poetic description of the process of recording an image with light, lest we forget!Photography is a vast area of artistic interest that is growing in popularity, both in the contemporary art world and as a medium of choice for many IB Visual Arts students. In this section I aim to provide you...

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Tiffany Davis 14 February 2017 - 01:43

"When Photographs are exhibited as artwork in the final Exhibition, please do not upload pictures of pictures but include the original image file for submission of work. Of course the Exhibition overview photos will include photos of photos."

This statement is confusing. First it says not to take photos of photos, but then it says we have to take photos of photos. Can you clarify this please? My student's will most likely have all photos in their exhibition.

Heather McReynolds 14 February 2017 - 15:57

Hi Tiffany, I understand your confusion :), it means that the files you upload for studio work are the original digital photo files, but the 2 exhibition overview pics are photos of the photos hanging in the exhibition...make sense?

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