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86 pics - First pic: 'Guest teacher Tine and permanent teacher Tine Maria eating apples'

Photo FEATURE from Skive and the outskirts

We've been fortunate to have the former student of Krabbesholm, Tine Sletting Jacobsen, to come visit as guest teacher. Tine has nearly finished her bachelor as photojournalist from DMJX, she has amongst others developed the pictorial part of the danish newspaper Information during the last year and a half.

 

Tine asked to assignments.
In the first one the students were to contact and meet a complete stranger and being invited to their home to shoot a portrait. All the individual experiences were very diverse. Some had an easy 'yes' to the question: "Hey, I'm studying photography and I would like to take a photo of you inside your home, how would you feel about that?" from the first interesting person they met and some had to ask a few more. In a few cases the students had a lot more trouble before succeeding due to peoples fear of inviting an unknown person home.
Apart from some fine photo series a discussion on the subject, how to approach and portraying people without making them uncomfortable, were debated.

 

In the second assignment the students was to document a specific event or place.
Tine Sletting Jacobseb had made appointments in advance to make it more accessible for the students.
The places/events ranged from bingo, a village, racetrack, nursing home, theatrical group, camping site, gun range to bed time rituals. Loaded with a camera, good advices and an emergency telephone number the students took off. Upon returning all the raw files where looked through in plenum and Tine picked out the best shots after giving constructive feedback. Finally the chosen photos where edited and examined.