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Issue 3: Man & Nature By Special Projects
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In Issue 3 of Special Projects, photography students at Oakland Community College in Royal Oak, Michigan tackle the theme of Man & Nature. This theme fell among three main interpretations: the... More > nature of man/mankind, nature overcoming mankind’s creations, and then both literal and inventive interpretations of man and nature in day to day life. You will see in the students’ work that the persistence of nature proved to be a reoccurring topic, as well as different perspectives on the “true” nature of man.< Less
Issue 3: Man & Nature By Special Projects
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In Issue 3 of Special Projects, photography students at Oakland Community College in Royal Oak, Michigan tackle the theme of Man & Nature. This theme fell among three main interpretations: the... More > nature of man/mankind, nature overcoming mankind’s creations, and then both literal and inventive interpretations of man and nature in day to day life. You will see in the students’ work that the persistence of nature proved to be a reoccurring topic, as well as different perspectives on the “true” nature of man.< Less
Issue 14: Tranquility By Special Projects
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In issue 14 of Special Projects, students explore the theme of Tranquility, with concepts ranging from the landscapes of the Florida Keys to surreal photomontage of tranquility in chaos.
Issue 4: Senses By Special Projects
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In Issue 4 of Special Projects, the elected theme is Senses. Initially, one begins with considering the obvious senses of sight, smell, touch, sound and taste. However, sense can also be... More > interpreted as an awareness or perception of an idea or concept. Once students began looking at the theme in this light, their ideas really began to evolve. The following photo series concepts range from the “sense of taste” to a “sense of wonder,” touching on topics such as natural beauty, fashion, sensuality, drug use and symbolisms of fear. Some students took a more lighthearted approach, while others delved deep into their own psyche.< Less
Issue 6: Storytelling By Special Projects
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In Issue 6 of Special Projects, OCC photo students interpret Storytelling. Their photo series concepts range from the real to the surreal with subjects like personal Palestinian-American stories to... More > re-enactments of urban legends.< Less
Issue 5: Movement By Special Projects
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In Issue 5 of Special Projects, OCC Royal Oak students have selected the theme of Movement to work on for the semester. Movement is revealed–or concealed–with time. Photography captures... More > time. As John Szarkowski wrote, “a discreet parcel of time.” Of all the themes elected so far, this one seems to have the most natural inclination towards photographic technology. However, the most obvious interpretations aren’t always the best or most interesting. Students are always strongly encouraged to interpret the theme with their concept as creatively as possible, so long as they are able to intelligently discuss their interpretation. The following interpretations of movement explore techniques and/or concepts such as painting with light, the constant motion of children, movement associated with music, and even the absence of movement.< Less
Issue 14: Tranquility By Special Projects
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In issue 14 of Special Projects, students explore the theme of Tranquility, with concepts ranging from the landscapes of the Florida Keys to surreal photomontage of tranquility in chaos.
Issue 5: Movement By Special Projects
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In Issue 5 of Special Projects, OCC Royal Oak students have selected the theme of Movement to work on for the semester. Movement is revealed–or concealed–with time. Photography captures... More > time. As John Szarkowski wrote, “a discreet parcel of time.” Of all the themes elected so far, this one seems to have the most natural inclination towards photographic technology. However, the most obvious interpretations aren’t always the best or most interesting. Students are always strongly encouraged to interpret the theme with their concept as creatively as possible, so long as they are able to intelligently discuss their interpretation. The following interpretations of movement explore techniques and/or concepts such as painting with light, the constant motion of children, movement associated with music, and even the absence of movement.< Less
Issue 4: Senses By Special Projects
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In Issue 4 of Special Projects, the elected theme is Senses. Initially, one begins with considering the obvious senses of sight, smell, touch, sound and taste. However, sense can also be... More > interpreted as an awareness or perception of an idea or concept. Once students began looking at the theme in this light, their ideas really began to evolve. The following photo series concepts range from the “sense of taste” to a “sense of wonder,” touching on topics such as natural beauty, fashion, sensuality, drug use and symbolisms of fear. Some students took a more lighthearted approach, while others delved deep into their own psyche.< Less
Issue 6: Storytelling By Special Projects
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In Issue 6 of Special Projects, OCC photo students interpret Storytelling. Their photo series concepts range from the real to the surreal with subjects like personal Palestinian-American stories to... More > re-enactments of urban legends.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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