Case study: Judy Harrison

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This book emphasizes research as the lifeblood of the photographic practice. By illuminating the nature and scope of research and its application to practical photography, this guide explores the ways in which research provides a critical framework to help develop awareness, extend subject knowledge, shape ideas, and inform the development of photographic work that has relevance. Through a range of richly illustrated case studies, the authors consider research as integral to the creative process, and explore ways that photographers have embedded research strategies into their creative practice.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationPhotographers and Research
Subtitle of host publicationthe role of research in contemporary practice
EditorsShirley Read, Mike Simmons
Place of PublicationNew York and London
ISBN (Print)978-1138844315, 978-1138844322
Publication statusPublished - 19 Dec 2016


  • arts
  • photograpghy
  • business
  • theory


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