I want to look at the definition of what we normally view as the desk we work at and how through the use of technology we have been able to turn a coffee shop, park bench, and other spaces normally not associated with work space into work spaces.
I wanted to share some images with you, but I didn’t want to make a powerpoint. I considered Prezi; I could always use Flickr; you probably don’t want to see my Facebook page, so I went with Pinterest. You will have to chose how you are going to share photos, too.
One powerful illustration of photo manipulation.
A combination timeline and photo essay! Surprisingly(?) great photos of computers.
This academic essay written primarily for teachers, is an excellent model of academic analysis and a fascinating account of image manipulation. You will need to consider the possibility that the photo essay you analyze has employed image manipulation; you will need to consider whether that manipulation was ethical or not. As you construct your photo essay, you will need to consider whether you can or should manipulate a photo, and for what purpose.
Jordan’s TED talk provides the arguments that go along with his stunning photographs and conceptual projects.
Rybczynski’s photo essays explore individuals, buildings, cities and questions. While not a perfect model for our photo essay assignment, any one of these can be used for your analysis essay and they can be inspirations for your own photo essay, argument, or proposal.