• Visual Leader Exhibition Hamburg 2016
  • xandreax
  • 30.06.2020
  • Allgemeine Hochschulreife
  • Englisch, Gesellschaftskunde
  • 9
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1. Choo­se your photo and sketch it

1. De­ci­de on a photo

Go through the ex­hi­bi­ti­on and de­ci­de on one photo you es­pe­cial­ly find striking. Of cour­se you can walk through the ex­hi­bi­ti­on with a part­ner or in a small group (no more than three peo­ple) but you need to de­ci­de which phote you choo­se on your own.

Then draw a sketch of the phote you've cho­sen on a blank peace of paper. It is not about how well you can draw but the sketch should show the photo's com­po­si­ti­on. Plea­se use a se­pa­ra­te piece of white paper (DIN A 4)!

2. Ana­ly­se your photo

Have a clo­ser look at your photo. What do you no­ti­ce about your photo? Are there any ele­ments you escpe­cial­ly no­ti­ce con­cer­ning the com­po­si­ti­on (e.g. light, ar­ran­ge­ment of ob­jec­ts/peo­ple, per­spec­ti­ve, ...). Ana­ly­se the ele­ments of the photo in a co­her­ent text. How do they add to the over­all mes­sa­ge of the photo? In case you have any back­ground in­for­ma­ti­on on the photo (from the ex­hi­bi­ti­on signs) you should also refer to it.

You will be gra­ded on your ana­ly­sis (con­tent and lan­guage). The sketch will not be part of your grade but is ne­cessa­ry in order to eva­lua­te your ana­ly­sis.