Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: alter, awesome, boys, cca1103, cool, crazy, creepy, editing, ego, egos, guys, humor, image, nice, photo, photography, photomedia, pictures, portrait, portraits, self, therapy, wierd
In a unit that has more in common with therapy than a traditional university unit I finally came face to face with my alter egos. Turns out they are just like me and have their own hopes, dreams and fears. I will also like to mention how awesomely cool they were in letting me take a couple pictures to share on this blog!
Keep it real guys…just remember I’m the boss and we’ll avoid having to share a straight jacket!
Filed under: CCA1103, Lecture | Tags: bad, boring, cmm1108, confused, disaster, focus, inevitable, juha, jung, lost, painful, photomedia, poor, quality, question, sleep, sleeping, tempted, tolonen, unanswered, unclear, week4, wondering
This week’s lecture by Juha Tolonen entitled Photomedia was in one word… bad. I guess it was inevitable when considering the quality of the last two lectures that something had to give. Last semester I did CMM1108 and Jung. J (2010) gave some very good advice in regard to presentations; “You’ll be lucky if the audience remembers one thing from your presentation”. This advice really helps the presenter focus their presentation and really emphasises the need for clear points. Juha’s had neither. I found myself wondering the entire time where is this going and more importantly what did he want me to take away from it? So much so when we were asked if we had any questions at the end I was tempted to ask that very question. I chose not to because I didn’t want to come across as being a smart ass or embarrass Juha as that wasn’t my intention. It was obvious he struggled with today’s lecture so there was no need to remind him of that in front of a hundred or so students. What I would have liked to see was more of his creative process and how it applied to his work. Much like a case study he could have taken us through a body of work from idea/concept to final works or exhibition. That’s assuming he was aware of his creative process in the first place which doesn’t always seem to be the case with creative types. With a clear focus I think Juha could really turn this presentation into something special but as is it was a bit of a disaster!
Jung. J (2010) CMM1108 – Communication and Digital Technology
Tolonen, J. (2011) Photomedia
sleeping. (n.d) In Google Images [Digital image]. Retrieved March 25, 2011, from; http://www.lalalalaurenlikes.blogspot.com/