Assignment Three: ​Self Portraiture

THE BRIEF

Drawing upon the examples in ​Part Three​ and your own research, you can  approach your self-portraits however you see fit. You may choose to explore  your identity or masquerade as someone else, or use empty locations or objects  to speak of your experiences. However you choose to approach it, use yourself – directly or indirectly – as subject matter.   Keep a diary for a set period of time (at least two weeks). Each day ​write two or three pages about yourself​ – what you’ve been doing/thinking. This can be as  specific or poetic as you wish. You may wish to pick a theme for the duration. This is an open brief designed to give you freedom to create something personal which suits you best. Use the artists you’ve looked at in Part Three or your own  research for inspiration. Select the most interesting parts of the diary (which could also be the most banal or mundane) and interpret them into a photographic project. A good way to approach selection could be to ask a friend / fellow student / stranger to read it and send back a highlighted version. You  could then base your project on those parts. This would take the pressure off you to find a ‘good story’. You may choose to select a few days or phrases that spark an idea for you, or you may wish to exaggerate how you were feeling one day into a parody of yourself or the circumstance. You may wish to create a ‘document’ of that time in  a re-creation of events – or direct a model to act out some of the content of the diary, making your own ‘film-stills’. You could present your chosen diary entries as a visual diary or use it as a springboard for further exploration. You may choose to insert the pictures like snapshots into your diary and hand it all in together. You don’t have to restrict  yourself to the diary itself; you may decide to use it to take you into new territory. Send your finished piece to your tutor by the method agreed together with an introduction of around 300 words​ briefly setting out your rationale and how you approached this project. You should also send to your tutor the relevant pages of your learning log or blog url. 

ANNOTATE THE BRIEF

  • Keep a diary for two weeks.
  • Think about what sort of photoshoot I want to do.
  • Research self-portraits. 
  • Do a photoshoot. 
  • Plan what I need to do.

FIRST RESPONSE TO THE BRIEF

My first response to the brief is that I need to photograph myself however I do not like photographs of myself so I need to find a way for me to be in the photograph but not actually be in the photograph. So I will need to do some research and come up with some ideas on what I can do. 

With the photographs that I will be taking I only need to choose a few photographs to be in the series.

 WHAT IS SELF-PORTRAITURE PHOTOGRAPHY?

Self-portraits photography is a type of photography where a photographer takes a photograph of themselves.    It seems an easy process to do however till you do it is very hard and this is because the photographer will need to find the right lighting and do the right pose.  Also being a photographer and a model at the same time will be hard for them. However self-portraits allow the photographer to realize the ideas that they have in their mind.  The viewers and the photographer will be able to see themselves from a different angle.   Also viewers will be able to see what the photographer looks like and also they can see what the fashion was like.  With self-portraits, the viewers are able to see the photographer’s emotion and you can tell that they are happy, sad, glum or other emotion.

The first photographer to do a self-portrait was taken by Robert Cornelius in 1839.  

Photography in America. 2020. One Picture, One Story – Robert Cornelius’ self-portrait, 1839 | Photography in America. [ONLINE] Available at: https://photographyinamerica.wordpress.com/2011/08/01/one-picture-one-story-robert-cornelius-self-portrait-1839/. [Accessed 18 September 2020].

FixThePhoto.com. 2020. 15 Self Portrait Photographers to Follow in 2020 – Fun and Creative Self Portraiture Photographers. [ONLINE] Available at: https://fixthephoto.com/self-portrait-photographers.html#:~:text=Self%20portrait%20photography%20is%20a%20genre%20of%20photography,a%20model%20at%20the%20same%20time%20is%20difficult.. [Accessed 18 September 2020].

SELF-PORTRAITURE SCREENGRABS:

self portrait photography – Bing images. 2020. self portrait photography – Bing images. [ONLINE] Available at: https://www.bing.com/images/search?q=self+portrait+photography&form=HDRSC2&first=1&scenario=ImageBasicHover. [Accessed 18 September 2020].

Looking at these photographs of different self-portraits, they have given me inspiration and ideas of what I can do.  Most of these photographs have been edited or taken in black and white. However some of the coloured photographs show a different contrast to the black and white photographs. Also I can see what poses that I can do when I do this photoshoot. Another thing is that I can see where people take their photographs. It looks like it is a mixture of them being taking indoors and outside.

IDEAS OF SELF-PORTRAITURE: MINDMAP

PLANNING THE PHOTOSHOOT

IDEAS OF WHAT I CAN DO: MIND MAP

By doing this mind map, it has helped me to explore my ideas on what I can do. Also it has made me think about what I want to do for this assignment. So the idea that I have that I want to do for this assignment is shadows and silhouettes of me.   This is because I don’t like having my photo taken so this way I am in the photograph but not actually in it. With this I can be experimental and I could take these photographs in different locations.  For example I can create silhouettes and shadows indoor and outside.

SHADOW SELF PORTRAIT

With shadows it is more ambiguous and it is always changing. This is because the size and density is altered by variables of light and time. Also the shape will change if you move and this is because the shape is modified by the angle of observation.  It enables the photographer to consider their identity behind a mask of anonymity.  There are a variety of different ways to use shadows for self-portrait but first I will need to do some research to identify some of these approaches.

PHOTOGRAPHERS WHO TAKE PHOTOGRAPHS OF THEIR OWN SHADOWS

VIVIAN MAIER

Vivian Maier, (1953), Self-Portrait [ONLINE]. Available at: http://www.vivianmaier.com/gallery/self-portraits/#slide-6 [Accessed 19 September 2020].

Vivian Maier, (Undated), Self-Portrait [ONLINE]. Available at: http://www.vivianmaier.com/gallery/self-portraits/#slide-7 [Accessed 19 September 2020].

Vivian Maier, (1955), Self-Portrait [ONLINE]. Available at: http://www.vivianmaier.com/gallery/self-portraits/#slide-12 [Accessed 19 September 2020].

Vivian Maier, (1956), Self-Portrait [ONLINE]. Available at: http://www.vivianmaier.com/gallery/self-portraits/#slide-18 [Accessed 19 September 2020].

Vivian Maier, (Undated), Self-Portrait [ONLINE]. Available at: http://www.vivianmaier.com/gallery/self-portraits/#slide-19 [Accessed 19 September 2020].

Vivian Maier, (1959), Self-Portrait [ONLINE]. Available at: http://www.vivianmaier.com/gallery/self-portraits/#slide-36 [Accessed 19 September 2020].

Vivian Maier, (1971), Self-Portrait [ONLINE]. Available at: http://www.vivianmaier.com/gallery/self-portraits/#slide-37 [Accessed 19 September 2020].

Vivian Maier, (1954), Self-Portrait [ONLINE]. Available at: http://www.vivianmaier.com/gallery/self-portraits/#slide-38 [Accessed 19 September 2020].

GUY LE QUERREC

Guy LE Querrec, (1987), Shadow of John Zorn [ONLINE]. Available at: https://www.magnumphotos.com/shop/collections/fine-prints/shadow-of-john-zorn-chantenay-villedieu-france-august-27-1987/ [Accessed 19 September 2020].

Guy LE Querrec, (Undated), On the screen [ONLINE]. Available at: https://www.magnumphotos.com/arts-culture/music/guy-le-querrec-he-is-not-a-photographer-of-jazz-he-is-a-jazz-photographer/ [Accessed 19 September 2020].

GIACOMO BRUNELLI WORK

Giacomo Brunelli, (2010), Self-Portrait [ONLINE]. Available at: https://www.giacomobrunelli.com/self-portraits?pgid=k9318if52-25e24048-fc7f-4fb6-8c7f-a3618be30571 [Accessed 19 September 2020]. 

Giacomo Brunelli, (2010), Self-Portrait [ONLINE]. Available at: https://www.giacomobrunelli.com/self-portraits?pgid=k9318if52-baf2671e-ed93-46ee-8f3a-672dd39fee83 %5BAccessed 19 September 2020].

Giacomo Brunelli, (2010), Self-Portrait [ONLINE]. Available at: https://www.giacomobrunelli.com/self-portraits?pgid=k9318if52-1a59ef79-cab1-496e-acbb-0ada8b08da6d [Accessed 19 September 2020].

GIACOMO BRUNELLI 

Giacomo Brunelli is a contemporary Italian photographer.  Giacomo Brunelli started this self-portrait project in the summer or 2010.  He was taking these photographs in the countryside in Italy and the UK. He would take photographs of his own shadows against things that you would find in the countryside.  He would pose different shadow positions in front of his own camera.  He would construct his photographs as though the shadows were an integrated element of the landscape that was coming to life.  These photographs are taken from waist level perspective and casting his own shadow onto different things that he would find in nature like grass, rocks, plants and trees.  His shadow is the only thing that has texture on it and it is adding depth and a tactile dimension which has help to give his own shadow its own personality. 

Giacomo Brunelli . 2020. Self Portraits | Giacomo Brunelli . [ONLINE] Available at: https://www.giacomobrunelli.com/self-portraits. [Accessed 19 September 2020].

Giacomo Brunelli | LensCulture. 2020. The Self and the Shadow: Photographic Self-Portraits – Photographs by Giacomo Brunelli | LensCulture. [ONLINE] Available at: https://www.lensculture.com/articles/giacomo-brunelli-the-self-and-the-shadow-photographic-self-portraits#slide-1. [Accessed 19 September 2020].

SILHOUTTES PHOTOGRAPHY 

THE NARRATIVE 

John Vink, (1986), Self-Portrait [ONLINE]. Available at: http://blog.ricecracker.net/2009/10/08/the-shadow-self-portrait/ %5BAccessed 19 September 2020].

There are a few photographers that use narrative in their work while they are doing self-portraits. One photographer that I know who uses narrative is John Vink’s self-portrait. He has photographed himself in a doorway of a moving train. This relates to American hobos to suggest a journey to a new place. 

THE SILHOUTTE  

Chris Steele-Perkins, (2001), Shadow Self-Portrait [ONLINE]. Available at: https://www.bing.com/images/search?view=detailV2&ccid=QfbHqkGK&id=858372E595403A6ED47B88848B4374505771F143&thid=OIP.QfbHqkGKz4FY92rEOe1lgAHaJ4&mediaurl=http%3a%2f%2fwww.artribune.com%2fwp-content%2fuploads%2f2013%2f01%2fCHRIS-STEELE-PERKINS-Shadow-self-portrait-2001.jpg&exph=2816&expw=2112&q=chris+steele+perkins+photography+shadow+self+shadow+self+portraits&simid=608012595949470518&ck=CD8385C0CFD452B7D1A6739A67040E3F&selectedIndex=0&FORM=IRPRST&ajaxhist=0 [Accessed 19 September 2020].

A silhouette is a cut-out black shape and this represents a profile of somebody in a period of time. It has a single hue and tone and it is done in black and white. This was popular in the 18th and 19th century.  Also it is an outline or a sharp shadow of an object. There are a variety of different photographers who take photographs of their own silhouettes.  For example, Chris Steele-Perkins has taken a photograph of their own silhouettes. 

Encyclopedia Britannica. 2020. Graphic art | Britannica. [ONLINE] Available at: https://www.britannica.com/art/graphic-art. [Accessed 19 September 2020].

AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL– IN THE LANDSCAPE

Ansel Adams, (1958), Shadow Self-Portrait [ONLINE]. Available at: http://blog.ricecracker.net/2009/10/08/the-shadow-self-portrait/ [Accessed 19 September 2020].

Ferdinando Scianna, (Undated), Natural Park of Nijar and Cabo de Geta [ONLINE]. Available at: https://www.bing.com/images/search?view=detailV2&ccid=3fvRIVsQ&id=C54C589BD6CAC03ECFA1515389BDB34454E81BEC&thid=OIP.3fvRIVsQRxT08Jyzj00amQAAAA&mediaurl=https%3a%2f%2fimg-fotki.yandex.ru%2fget%2f5105%2f197110527.1f%2f0_106ff9_c5260ba_orig&exph=650&expw=451&q=ferdinando+scianna+shadows&simid=608014193680319698&ck=0B9BE16894227B03E0423B68BAF8A632&selectedIndex=177&FORM=IRPRST&ajaxhist=0 [Accessed 19 September 2020].

The most common shadow self-portraits are where the photographer is taking a photograph of themselves not just to a landscape but to a landscape that they are claiming a connection to. Some photographers like Ferdinando Scianna will use this category to place him in the story of the photograph.  However Ansel Adams will take photographs of himself at work in the places that we often associate with him.

RELATIONSHIPS– WE ARE NOT ALONE 

Richard Kalvar, (2003), Buttes-Chaumont park. [ONLINE]. Available at: https://lareviewofbooks-org-cgwbfgl6lklqqj3f4t3.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/62-KAR2003001W00020-23_300-dpi-13×19.jpg [Accessed 19 September 2020].

Lee Friedlander, (1966), New York [ONLINE]. Available at: https://www.bing.com/images/search?view=detailV2&ccid=po3jm2kf&id=25E33AD52816145C03AC2731BB246FE4F8426E48&thid=OIP.po3jm2kf3_k8W3cOv7kcigHaE6&mediaurl=http%3a%2f%2fthisisanauthorsblog.files.wordpress.com%2f2012%2f03%2flee-friedlander-4.jpg&exph=1061&expw=1600&q=lee+friedlander+shadows&simid=608039564044599812&ck=320CDB1967E4721A83316FEB2E113489&selectedIndex=1&FORM=IRPRST&ajaxhist=0 [Accessed 19 September 2020].

Majority of self-portraits in photography and other art form focuses on the photographer however some photographers will take the idea of photographing themselves in “their” landscape a step further and they would include other people in the photograph.

Lee Friedlander’s work contributes to this category and this is because it shows a hunter at the moment of the “kill”. Another photographer called Richard Kalvar work shows somebody stalking other people out and about in public. 

GRAPHICAL  

Martine Franck, (1966), Self-Portrait [ONLINE]. Available at: https://i.pinimg.com/236x/19/31/13/193113c91df1ee09a7310c1913eca238–quotes-on-photography-creative-photography.jpg [Accessed 19 September 2020].

Jean Gaumy, (Undated), Seine Maritime department [ONLINE]. Available at: https://www.bing.com/images/search?view=detailV2&ccid=YzYxszNf&id=C54C589BD6CAC03ECFA1ABE761DE9A63531758EA&thid=OIP.YzYxszNfkviqfqe4nuYuVAAAAA&mediaurl=https%3a%2f%2fimg-fotki.yandex.ru%2fget%2f4806%2f197110527.20%2f0_106ffc_f7c3baa0_orig&exph=650&expw=436&q=richard+kalvar+paris+self+self+portrait+STAIRS&simid=607991258510983356&ck=4E4D4C123D2AC8E19D2F29798309043E&selectedIndex=30&FORM=IRPRST&ajaxhist=0 [Accessed 19 September 2020].

A photographer can see their shadow combining with the landscape to create a design. It is satisfying play on a relationship between themselves and the world. Some photographers have found and taken graphic patterns shadows in their own self portrait photographs. Some of these photographers are Jean Gaumy, Martine Franck and Richard Kalvar.  Richard Kalvar and Martine Franck have taken photos and explore the organic shape’s relationship with the hard lines of the man made.  

TRANSITIONAL – WHERE SHADOW AND REFLECTION MEET 

Chris Steele Perkins, (2008), Self-Portrait with carp Inokashire Park [ONLINE]. Available at: https://mediastore2.magnumphotos.com/Assets/V2/y4k4kJAqy5nUXZyK.zhLS.Pvlty7wN3N.xTj5NvpItOse4f7B9swzjZlkuYgcLsptuAMQQ.BXkbnfUy3dcWV1I81dwzI6l74U7OoKh3rfes*/IyKYerENiXLNvm9D/552A0kFSj1ysp5Kb/LON112465.jpg [Accessed 19 September 2020].

Alfred Stieglitz, (1916), Shadows on the lake [ONLINE]. Available at: https://www.bing.com/images/search?view=detailV2&ccid=z6GrCK4q&id=20FCA93272C169BB36755ADE53025BBF722FEF49&thid=OIP.z6GrCK4qOJhwFsRKiSCuHAAAAA&mediaurl=https%3a%2f%2fcollectionapi.metmuseum.org%2fapi%2fcollection%2fv1%2fiiif%2f269333%2f620584%2frestricted&exph=600&expw=474&q=alfred+stieglitz+shadows+on+the+lake+1916&simid=608037992051245915&ck=5EF5AE1E165B30C4F225DE2EA5A77DD5&selectedIndex=0&FORM=IRPRST&ajaxhist=0 [Accessed 19 September 2020].

Reflections and shadows do meet and creates a variety of different silhouettes. For example reflections and shadows meet on the surface of water.  There are a few photographers who do this and they are Alfred Stieglitz, Chris Steele Perkins and Claude Monet.  All three of these photographers have done self-portraits on water.   

SHADOWS SELF PORTRAITS PHOTOGRAPHY 

shadows of self portraits photography – Bing images. 2020. shadows of self portraits photography – Bing images. [ONLINE] Available at: https://www.bing.com/images/search?q=shadows%20of%20self%20portraits%20photography&qs=n&form=QBIRMH&sp=-1&pq=shadows%20of%20self%20portraits%20photography&sc=0-37&cvid=02F52CE3281F47B3A0C1B9788E709C96&first=1&scenario=ImageBasicHover. [Accessed 18 September 2020]. 

SHADOWS SELF PORTRAITS PHOTOGRAPHY: Mindmaps 

WHAT AM I GOING TO DO? 

The idea that I have so that I can be in the photograph without being actually in it is through shadows and reflections. I can take a variety of different photographs of my own shadow.  By doing this I can take these photographs in different locations from being indoors to going outside.   

I will look up a variety of different photographers who take photographs of shadows and of their own shadow. By doing this it will help me to get a better understanding of what I can do and inspiration of how to be creative with shadows of myself. 

WHERE I AM GOING TO DO IT? 

I will be doing this photoshoot in a variety of different places. So I will be taking some photographs indoors and the others outside.  It only depends on what the lighting is like so I am able to do this photoshoot or not. 

WHAT EQUIPMENT AM I GOING TO USE?

The equipment that I will be using is the Nikon D7500 and it has an 18-270mm lens that is attached to it. I will also be attaching filters to the front of the lens and I will be doing this because it will help to darken the photographs.  Also I may be using artificial lighting and this is because I want to create my own shadows instead of using natural lighting. However if it is a nice sunny day and I am able to create shadows and they are able to pick it up on the camera, I will be also using natural lighting as well.  

Also I don’t know if I am going to use props or not in any of these photographs. 

CONTACT SHEETS

CHOOSING THE PHOTOGRAPHS 

These are the photographs that I have chosen are the best photos that I may want to use for the series. 

EDITING PHOTOS 

I have edited these photographs on Adobe Photoshop so that I could change the photographs from colour to black and white.  Also I have increased or decreased the brightness and contrast. By doing this it has added more contrast to the photographs. 

Choosing if I want them in black and white or colour 

These are the photographs that I have taken for assignment 3. The original colour images and the black and white photographs are edited from the original coloured photographs.  This is where I will be deciding if I want my photographs to still be in colour or I may be changing it to black and white.

WHAT WAS THE TECHNICAL APPROACH AND ANY PARTICULAR TECHNIQUES THAT YOU HAVE INCORPORATED?

The particular technique that I have used with all of these different photoshoots that I have done was that I was taking my photographs from a variety of different angles. When I was changing the camera angle it helped me to change the composition of the photograph.  Also I was taking some distance and close up photographs and this is because I wanted to get more detail in my photographs. Also I have used natural lighting throughout this assignment.

WHAT WAS MY STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES OF PARTICULAR PHOTOGRAPHS AND YOUR PROJECT AS A WHOLE?

My strengths for this project were that I was taking my photos from different angles and I was changing the composition while I was taking the photographs. I had taken a variety of different photographs for this project.  Also I have used different photography techniques with this assignment and the photographic techniques that I have used are the rule of third and depth of field. 

My weakness for this was that I struggled to find the best natural lighting. This is because sometimes I wasn’t able to take photographs of my shadow as it was too dark. I could use artificial lighting to create my own shadows. 

ANY THOUGHTS ON HOW YOU COULD DEVELOP THIS PROJECT IN THE FUTURE?

My idea if I developed this project would be that I would go at a different time and this is because I would want different lightings. This will be to create a different atmosphere to the photographs. Also to go to other locations like to an urban area.  Also I could go and do other poses so it would be more interesting. 

THE SERIES

BIBLIOGRAPHY: 

INTERNET: 

FixThePhoto.com. 2020. 15 Self Portrait Photographers to Follow in 2020 – Fun and Creative Self Portraiture Photographers. [ONLINE] Available at: https://fixthephoto.com/self-portrait-photographers.html#:~:text=Self%20portrait%20photography%20is%20a%20genre%20of%20photography,a%20model%20at%20the%20same%20time%20is%20difficult.. [Accessed 18 September 2020].

Photography in America. 2020. One Picture, One Story – Robert Cornelius’ self-portrait, 1839 | Photography in America. [ONLINE] Available at: https://photographyinamerica.wordpress.com/2011/08/01/one-picture-one-story-robert-cornelius-self-portrait-1839/. [Accessed 18 September 2020]. 

Giacomo Brunelli . 2020. Self Portraits | Giacomo Brunelli . [ONLINE] Available at: https://www.giacomobrunelli.com/self-portraits. [Accessed 19 September 2020].

Giacomo Brunelli | LensCulture. 2020. The Self and the Shadow: Photographic Self-Portraits – Photographs by Giacomo Brunelli | LensCulture. [ONLINE] Available at: https://www.lensculture.com/articles/giacomo-brunelli-the-self-and-the-shadow-photographic-self-portraits#slide-1. [Accessed 19 September 2020].

Encyclopedia Britannica. 2020. Graphic art | Britannica. [ONLINE] Available at: https://www.britannica.com/art/graphic-art. [Accessed 19 September 2020].

– Silhouettes By Hand – . 2020. ” – Silhouettes By Hand – “, Traditionally Cut Silhouettes – A Brief History of Silhouettes Page. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.silhouettesbyhand.com/history#:~:text=%20Silhouettes%20in%20History%20%201%20500%20AD.,improved%20steadily%20and%20enthusiastically.%20When%20portrait…%20More%20. [Accessed 19 September 2020].

IMAGES: 

Photography in America. 2020. One Picture, One Story – Robert Cornelius’ self-portrait, 1839 | Photography in America. [ONLINE] Available at: https://photographyinamerica.wordpress.com/2011/08/01/one-picture-one-story-robert-cornelius-self-portrait-1839/. [Accessed 18 September 2020]. 

self portrait photography – Bing images. 2020. self portrait photography – Bing images. [ONLINE] Available at: https://www.bing.com/images/search?q=self+portrait+photography&form=HDRSC2&first=1&scenario=ImageBasicHover. [Accessed 18 September 2020]. 

Vivian Maier, (1953), Self-Portrait [ONLINE]. Available at: http://www.vivianmaier.com/gallery/self-portraits/#slide-6 [Accessed 19 September 2020].

Vivian Maier, (Undated), Self-Portrait [ONLINE]. Available at: http://www.vivianmaier.com/gallery/self-portraits/#slide-7 [Accessed 19 September 2020].

Vivian Maier, (1955), Self-Portrait [ONLINE]. Available at: http://www.vivianmaier.com/gallery/self-portraits/#slide-12 %5BAccessed 19 September 2020].

Vivian Maier, (1956), Self-Portrait [ONLINE]. Available at: http://www.vivianmaier.com/gallery/self-portraits/#slide-18 %5BAccessed 19 September 2020].

Vivian Maier, (Undated), Self-Portrait [ONLINE]. Available at: http://www.vivianmaier.com/gallery/self-portraits/#slide-19 [Accessed 19 September 2020].

Vivian Maier, (1959), Self-Portrait [ONLINE]. Available at: http://www.vivianmaier.com/gallery/self-portraits/#slide-36 %5BAccessed 19 September 2020].

Vivian Maier, (1971), Self-Portrait [ONLINE]. Available at: http://www.vivianmaier.com/gallery/self-portraits/#slide-37 [Accessed 19 September 2020].

Vivian Maier, (1954), Self-Portrait [ONLINE]. Available at: http://www.vivianmaier.com/gallery/self-portraits/#slide-38 %5BAccessed 19 September 2020].

Guy LE Querrec, (1987), Shadow of John Zorn [ONLINE]. Available at: https://www.magnumphotos.com/shop/collections/fine-prints/shadow-of-john-zorn-chantenay-villedieu-france-august-27-1987/ [Accessed 19 September 2020].

Guy LE Querrec, (Undated), On the screen [ONLINE]. Available at: https://www.magnumphotos.com/arts-culture/music/guy-le-querrec-he-is-not-a-photographer-of-jazz-he-is-a-jazz-photographer/ [Accessed 19 September 2020]. 

John Vink, (1986), Self-Portrait [ONLINE]. Available at: http://blog.ricecracker.net/2009/10/08/the-shadow-self-portrait/ %5BAccessed 19 September 2020].

Chris Steele-Perkins, (2001), Shadow Self-Portrait [ONLINE]. Available at: https://www.bing.com/images/search?view=detailV2&ccid=QfbHqkGK&id=858372E595403A6ED47B88848B4374505771F143&thid=OIP.QfbHqkGKz4FY92rEOe1lgAHaJ4&mediaurl=http%3a%2f%2fwww.artribune.com%2fwp-content%2fuploads%2f2013%2f01%2fCHRIS-STEELE-PERKINS-Shadow-self-portrait-2001.jpg&exph=2816&expw=2112&q=chris+steele+perkins+photography+shadow+self+shadow+self+portraits&simid=608012595949470518&ck=CD8385C0CFD452B7D1A6739A67040E3F&selectedIndex=0&FORM=IRPRST&ajaxhist=0 [Accessed 19 September 2020].

Ansel Adams, (1958), Shadow Self-Portrait [ONLINE]. Available at: http://blog.ricecracker.net/2009/10/08/the-shadow-self-portrait/ %5BAccessed 19 September 2020].

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