Also, capturing good quality pictures is something that a person can do, using any model of camera.
This can be achieved by doing adequate practice and learn to shun common mistakes.
look for answers to questions such as: As you’re doing research, keep an eye out for photographs, maps, and other images that you think help clarify what’s going on in your main photograph.
Of those images, select 9 that you find particularly evocative or useful for explaining what’s going on in your main photograph.
As a class, we’ll spend time in campus archives and discuss historical research techniques.
As the Campbell & Burkholder chapter on contextual analysis suggests, your task for this assignment is to identify how your image is “a product of, and function[s] within, a particular historical context” (49).However, despite it all, it was still a night to remember in Vancouver, with a boisterous crowd witnessing a four-try Canadian effort that showed a glimmer of hope that perhaps, maybe, possibly, if things go well, Saturday’s ever-so tall task might actually be attainable.After the game, Canadian coach Kingsley Jones might have said it best. Evaluation of the final paper will be based on the following criteria: Tuesday, March 6 – Meet at the University Archives in Steenbock Memorial Library to select main photograph Thursday, March 8 – Meet at the University Archives. Tuesday, March 20 – Have 10-image slideshows complete. A 38-29 home loss to Uruguay sent Canada to another defeat in its efforts to qualify for the Rugby World Cup 2019.Assignment II: Historical Visions This assignment will help you build your skills as a rhetorical critic, with a particular focus on historical and contextual analysis.You’ll choose a historical photograph of University life and investigate its context, circulation, and use.During that visit, you’ll select a photograph as your central artifact for the project.Before class on Thursday, March 8, spend some time with that photograph and prepare a written close analysis of it.Bring your analysis to our class at the Archives on March 8 and plan to turn it in at the end of the session (you can use the analysis during class to help guide your research).Once you’ve chosen and analyzed the elements of your photo, you’ll turn to researching the context for it in order to better understand what your photograph tells us about University life and identity.