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BukuChildren as photographers: an analysis of children?s photographic behaviour and intentions at three age levels
Author: Davison, Laura (Co-Author); Rudman, Paul D. (Co-Author); Thomas, Glyn V. (Co-Author); Sharples, Mike
Topik: children; skill development; photography
Bahasa: (EN )    
Penerbit: Unika Atma Jaya     Tahun Terbit: 2006    
Jenis: Article
Fulltext: 303vc23.pdf (1.29MB; 2 download)
We report a systematic study of children as photographers at three age
levels across five European countries. 180 children, aged 7, 11 and 15,
were given single-use cameras and asked to use them in any way they
pleased over a weekend. The children were then interviewed about their
photographs and the process of taking them. The photographs and related
commentary were analysed by means of specially developed coding
schemes for image content and photographer?s intentions. The study has
identified marked differences in children?s understanding, behaviour and
intentions as photographers across the three age groups. These have
been described from interactional, socio-cultural and control perspectives.
Children across the age groups showed an increasing ability to distinguish
the properties of the image from the world it represents, and a developing
reflective awareness of the equipment, the surroundings, the image and
the effect of the act of photography on others. The older children were
generally scathing of adults? attempts to produce posed idealized images
and they valued authenticity and informality rather than technical
proficiency. Thus, children are not simply apprentice adult photographers,
but exhibit distinctive intentions and products that vary with age.
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