Step 1: Look over the list of the stories attached to the link above.
Step 2: Post these answers as a comment to THIS POST. Which types of stories were you attracted to? Were they sports stories, lifestyle stories, profiles of people no longer living who lived extraordinary lives?
Step 3: What sort of story would you like to do based on what you looked over today?
We did it! The first issue of HOWL Magazine is now online. Hit the bracket icon above to get the full screen issue.
Next year we’ll be publishing this four times.
I think part of what we are dealing with the Home Diptych and a lack of ideas, can be traced to a lack of research on the issue. Here then, are a few bits of research from the AP Packet I included on the original assignment post.
How are your feelings different now that you know this?
How is art used to combat a real problem in the video above?
How about Documentary Photography
Think about the problem above. How would be able to use photography to shine light on this problem? If you cannot photograph homeless people or homeless camps, how can you symbolically show this issue?
So I noticed that some of you seem to be having problems coming up with ideas for this photo challenge.
I googled “Photo Series Homeless” and right away found some inspiration. Especially in the 2nd link, which ties in nicely with our diptych format:
Expanding the theme a bit, I found this:
Notice the difference between the two, that difference can be the difference between the two images featured in your Home Diptychs.
What do you think of when you think of Home? What do you think of when you think of homeless? Whats the difference? Photograph that difference.
How is your brainstorming session similar or different? Which ideas did you come up with based on your research?