|Identify the TITLE OR DESCRIPTION OF
ONE PHOTO HERE: ______________________________
(write on back if space is needed)
A. WHAT? How is the primary visual impact produced?
What is the main thing you notice. Use description.
B, 1. What are subject matter and image reasons
for the primary impact?
B, 2. What are FORMAL design reasons for
the primary visual impact? What are the main formal causes of this
effect(s)? How do lines, shapes, tones, volumes, textures, patterns,
sizes, and their interactions effect the viewer's response? What
about the relationships, repetitions, and placements of the elements? Analyze
cause and effect. How? Why?
C, 1. WHY? Speculate about the intentions
of the photographer. Why would this photo be made? How
would it be used?
C, 2. Why do you think so? What is it about
the photo that gives this idea? Site the evidence.
What do you see as the most innovative and creative aspects
of the photo?
Interpret meanings and symbolism you can speculate about.
1. What are your questions about the light quality?
(Light direction and quality--not exposure)
2. What are your questions about camera angle?
3. What are your questions about framing and
4. What are your questions about depth of field
5. What are your questions about contrast?
6. What are your comments or questions about print
tone? (Would you print lighter or darker)
7. What are your comments or questions about the
need to burn in or dodge parts?
8. What are your questions about blemishes (stains,
9. What are your questions about mounting and presentation?
10. Any other comment or question?