Teaching Materials by - Self-awareness

Observation motive

Name of Artist Educator: Leung Yiu Hong
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Excercise Category: Photographer's eye, Self-awareness

Someone takes photography as a medium of speed. Intuition leads the visual sense. It does not require too much manipulation. The random the better. However......


Personal Object

Name of Artist Educator: Chan Pak Kin
Level:
Excercise Category: Self-awareness

It is said that how one treats her/his belongings reflects how s/he treats people around.....


Composition series (2) I’m speaking

Name of Artist Educator: Thomas Lin
Level:
Excercise Category: Photographer's eye, Self-awareness

Life is full of things that provoke emotions. Embrace and cherish those objects and picture which touch your heart. Try visualising the abstract feelings to communicate with people and reconnecting with them and things around.


Shooting in the dark

Name of Artist Educator: Ho Man Kei, Vik Lai
Level:
Excercise Category: Self-awareness

How does it feel in complete darkness? What are the facial expressions if one is in the dark for a while? What sort of state would that be?


Timeline of Curiosity

Name of Artist Educator: Ho Man Kei, Vik Lai
Level:
Excercise Category: Self-awareness, Visual storytelling

When I was young, I wondered if there is heartbeat in the wardrobe. I put my earphones in it and see if there is any noise. Then my earphones got broken.


Exchanging useless gifts

Name of Artist Educator: Ellis Yip
Level:
Excercise Category: Self-awareness

Let’s start from personal belongings to rethink our “personal history”


The art of orange-eating

Name of Artist Educator: Ellis Yip
Level:
Excercise Category: Photographer's eye, Self-awareness

What is an orange? What does an orange contain?

Visually, we can tell the colour of an orange; in terms of touch, we can feel the texture of orange skin; the taste of an orange is mixed, it is both sweet and sour.


60 Days Project

Name of Artist Educator: Enoch Cheung
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Excercise Category: Self-awareness, Visual storytelling

Keep a photo journal of what you see and experience on a daily basis.


When the balls hit the board (The “critical moment” in photography)

Name of Artist Educator: Enoch Cheung
Level:
Excercise Category: Photographer's eye, Self-awareness

The critical moment in photography is the decisive moment the photographer must be attuned to in order to capture the essence of an event. What do you regard as an attractive moment? Can you foresee that moment?