12
Dec
2009

A Proposal - Jonathan Worth, New Photographics

A proposal for a sustainable, holistic approach to photography. These podcasts are notes from Jonathan Worth’s blog entitled “New Photographics“.

10
Dec
2009

Reasons to be cheerful (Part Three) - Jonathan Worth, New Photographics

Reasons to be cheerful (Part Three) These podcasts are notes from Jonathan Worth’s blog entitled “New Photographics“.

9
Dec
2009

Reasons to be cheerful (Part Two) - Jonathan Worth, New Photographics

Reasons to be cheerful (Part Two) These podcasts are notes from Jonathan Worth’s blog entitled “New Photographics“.

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9
Dec
2009

Reasons to be cheerful (Part One) - Jonathan Worth, New Photographics

Reasons to be cheerful (Part One) These podcasts are notes from Jonathan Worth’s blog entitled “New Photographics“.

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19
Nov
2009

Why You Don’t Need a Rep (Part Three) - Jonathan Worth, New Photographics

Part Three of 'Why you don't need a rep'.

These podcasts are notes from Jonathan Worth’s blog entitled “New Photographics“.

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19
Nov
2009

Why You Don’t Need a Rep (Part Two) - Jonathan Worth, New Photographics

Part Two of 'Why you don't need a rep'.

These podcasts are notes from Jonathan Worth’s blog entitled “New Photographics“.

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19
Nov
2009

Why You Don’t Need a Rep (Part One) - Jonathan Worth, New Photographics

Part One of 'Why you don't need a rep'.

These podcasts are notes from Jonathan Worth’s blog entitled “New Photographics“.

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4
Nov
2009

Do I have to go to College to be a Photographer? Jonathan Worth, New Photographics

'On a good course (the right course for you) there can be some clear and perceivable benefits to making the substantial financial investment. But a person can certainly put themselves into all of the situations in which they'd benefit from the positive aspects of a bricks and mortar education, without actually packing a bag...'

These podcasts are notes from Jonathan Worth’s blog entitled New Photographics. By recording them for download, it’s the intention that a broader range of people are able to gain access and engage in our community of like-minded learner practitioners.

30
Oct
2009

Tradition is not a business model - Jonathan Worth, New Photographics

...at the core of journalism is the idea that once garnered, information possessed by the journalist must be coveted and hidden. It's value is it's exclusivity. We've got something that we have to share but in traditional business models the only way to consistently realise the material benefit is to sell it exclusively. This can't be the most efficient way of getting our work seen or heard. Assuming that sharing was the journalist's original intent, then this method must be at odds, in fact I struggle to think of a more effective way of limiting the people that are able to share in the work.

These podcasts are notes from Jonathan Worth's blog entitled "New Photographics". By recording them for download, it's the intention that a broader range of people are able to gain access and engage in our community of like-minded learner practitioners. You can find out more about us from the blog or by following @jdubbyah and @cu_photography on Twitter.

The Photographic Mediations Podcasts are brought to you by the Photography Course in the Department of Media and Communication at Coventry University.

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29
Oct
2009

Why the Spanish Inquisition was good for Photography - Jonathan Worth, New Photographics

"History is never antiquated, because humanity is always fundamentally the same." ~Walter Rauschenbusch

...it seems hard to believe to us today that the thought of a personal relationship with God (or as Plato described it, being without a Greek word for religion, Love,Knowledge and Truth), through direct prayer, was as alien for them as, lets say for instance, it would be today for us to ask a person depicted within a photograph, for their own version of (news) events...

These podcasts are notes from Jonathan Worth's blog entitled "New Photographics". By recording them for download, it's the intention that a broader range of people are able to gain access and engage in our community of like-minded learner practitioners. You can find out more from the blog or by following @jdubbyah and @cu_photography on Twitter.

The Photographic Mediations Podcasts are brought to you by the Photography Course in the Department of Media and Communication at Coventry University.