Take a photo explain the thinking of the photo

Take a photo explain the thinking of the photo

step one : take a photo

step two : explain the thinking of the photo

Step One- Auto-photography

Vision is the art of seeing what is invisible to others

Jonathan Swift

In this respect, vision is not just seeing, it is not just, Instead, vision is insight. It is the
ability to see something that only you can see, something that others do not see. It is something you see in your mind eye, something that exists in your imagination, something that is within yourself. Vision is made real through creative work and can be expressed through photography (Alain Briot).
Using a camera, mobile phone or a tablet you need to take a photograph to answer the following question as per your vision:
“What is ethics in Accounting?”
This allows you the freedom to use your actual surroundings, to pick and choose who are important to your self-concepts, and to decide what issues and what objects are the most relevant and important to the task.
Please make sure that you do not take photographs of people whom that you can directly identify. Or else you need to obtain photograph permission.
The following guide on Street Photography See page 8 of this Arts Law Guide http://www.artslaw.com.au/images/uploads/Street_photographers_rights_2016.pdf​

Step Two- Reflective Writing
'We do not learn from experience…we learn from reflecting on experience.'

John Dewey

Write a reflective essay of words on the photograph that you have taken in step one above, explaining why and how it is themed as ‘What is Ethics in Accounting?”
When you are writing the reflective essay you need to link your own thoughts, beliefs, values, attitudes and assumptions about your understanding of “What is ethics in Accounting” with the concepts that you have learnt in the class during the semester. That is,when you reflect, think about your own learning experiences and knowledge


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