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Pictures: Gemma Ward, Glastonbury, 2005, Vogue UK, October 2005 by Corinne Day <http://www.corinneday.co.uk/data_photos/corinne_day_photo_97.jpg&gt; (accessed on 29 Nov 2010) Tara, 1999, Corinne Day, available at: <http://www.corinneday.co.uk/data_photos/corinne_day_photo_206.jpg&gt; (accessed on 29 Nov 2010) <http://www.mir.com.my/rb/photography/companies/nikon/htmls/models/images/F2photomicBig.jpg&gt; (accessed on 29 Nov 2010) <http://covers.openlibrary.org/b/id/2259721-L.jpg&gt; (accessed on 29 Nov 2010) <http://www.vam.ac.uk/vastatic/microsites/photography/photographerframe.php?photographerid=ph016&gt; … Continue reading

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Critical Review of Corinne Day – brilliant photographer or just a junkie with a camera?

Corinne Day is named of the most important fashion and documentary photographers from Britain. Her photographs of Kate Moss were responsible for putting her on the map of the fashion world. She started with innocent pictures of a young Kate Moos … Continue reading

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Writting plan

Title: Corinne Day – brilliant photographer or just a junkie with a camera? Introduction: Corinne Day was a fashion and documentary photographer, why did she do both genres? Argument (main body) Coinne Day: Fashion + Ducumentory Counter argument (main body) … Continue reading

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Research findings and imap

Research findings: Corinne Day made the picture of Georgina Cooper as part of her photographic diary which is influenced by work of Nan Goldin(The Ballad of Sexual Dependency, 1986) and Larry Clark (Tulsa, 1971). She was capturing her friends during … Continue reading

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denotation/connotation/myth

The denotation in Corinne Day’s Picture is one young woman with dirty feet and shinny skin sitting on the faded carpet of a dirty and bare room, wearing just red sexy underwear, having her arms on a black leather chair. … Continue reading

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Binary Opposites: Georgina, Brixton 1995

In this post I shall be using Levi Strauss’ binary opposites. I will be applying this to Corinne Day’s picture entitled  ‘Georgina, Brixton 1995’. In one lecture we have learnt about narrative theory. Focusing on Levi Strauss who viewed a … Continue reading

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Intertextuality – Corinne Day’s Giorgina, Brixton 1995

Types Chandler (204), drawing on Genette: Intertextuality (quotation): The picture is more a capture of a moment than a build photograph. The style reminds on Nan Goldin. Paratextuality (titles, footnotes, captions, narration…): The title says that the photo has been … Continue reading

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