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Dear assessors,

student reference 513878 / course: Photography1- Context and Narrative (PH4CAN) / blog: www.context.fitzgibbonphotography.com

Thank you for taking time to look at my work. This note explains where to find things on my blog and what I’ve submitted in the hardcopy pack.

Nothing is password protected with the exception of the diary for assignment 3 (A3) preparation – I’ve provided the password to the OCA assessment team in an email.

Assignments

My tutor’s reports (‘formative feedback’) have been uploaded to the OCA specified Google-drive. They are also included in the hardcopy pack.

Sample prints from photo-based assignments have been provided to the OCA in hardcopy, but do not include all digital images included in the assignments.

No hardcopies of assignment work, rework and preparation have been provided, but are included in the blog.  All material for each assignment is included in a separate folder, accessible through the Blog’s main menu (‘assignments’, then drop-down menu to A1 to A5). Alternatively each folder can be directly accessed through these links:

 

Notes

– To view blog posts and images at full size, click on the title of the post to open it.
– *A4 is an essay assignment. Printed versions of the original and reworked essays are included in the hardcopy pack (the same Word files submitted to the OCA for plagiarism checks). The blog versions include the image being commentated upon and the context for the essay.

Course work

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Hardcopies – no hardcopies of course work have been provided.

Blog – all exercises and work specified in the course material is included in the coursework section of the blog. Follow link here, or access direct from the blog’s main menu. Work related to specific parts of the course can be accessed through the drop-down menu under coursework (illustration to left).

 

 

 

Research and reflection

Hardcopies – no hardcopies of course work have been provided.

Blog – all personal research and reflection is included in this section of the blog. Follow link here, or access direct from the blog’s main menu. Drop-down menus are available to directly access the sub-types of research and reflection: exhibitions and books; films and documentaries; photographers; technique and processing; and notes.

For a full index of all research and reflection, please follow this link.

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