Originally Posted by jnanian
clive, if a perspective student / applicant showed loose prints would you look at them differently than
one who would bring, trimmed and dry mounted ones?
i was always taught dry mounted in a box &c is acceptable, but loose prints ... not as much so ... i guess one looks more "polished"
i had a roomate in college applying to architecture school who had everything spiral bound at a copy shop
they looked extremely nice, and didn't cost much to present them in that form.
No, what we need to see is the image, what is it about, context, composition, the way you think. The presentation is the wrapping and that needs to be discarded as it it purely superficial.
“The contemplation of things as they are, without error or confusion, without substitution or imposture, is in itself a nobler thing than a whole harvest of invention”