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FAMU, Department of Photography, Entrance examination, 2nd round, January 28th, 2009


Test GENERAL KNOWLEDGE


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1. Alfred Nobel, after whom the Nobel Prize is named, was
a) famous doctor,
b) writer,
c) inventor of dynamite.

2. Zygmunt Bauman is a
a) sociologist,
b) former representative of Polish Solidarity movement,
c) American politologist.

3. Barracuda is a
a) fish,
b) whale,
c) reptile.

4. The Author of the book The Interpretation of Dreams is
a) Albert Camus,
b) František Drtikol,
c) Sigmund Freud.

5. The Great Depression followed
a) the collapse on NY stock exchange,
b) the collapse on London stock exchange,
c) the beginning of the first world war.

6. Karol Wojtyla, who died last year, was known as the pope
a) Paul II,
b) John II,
c) John Paul II.

7. Taiwan
a) belongs to Japan,
b) is an independent state, yet China stake its claim to it,
c) is an independent state, yet Japan stake its claim to it.

8. Angela Merkel is a new chancellor of
a) Germany,
b) Austria,
c) Switzerland.

9. Theocracy means
a) government working in the name of God,
b) equal rights,
c) religious freedom.

10. The famous statue of David in Florence was made by
a) Lorenzo Ghiberrti,
b) Michelangelo Buonaroti,
c) Rafael Santi.




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11. Frank Gherry is or was
a) abstract expressionist,
b) pop-artist,
c) contemporary architect.

12. The beginning of dada movement is connected with
a) 291Cabaret,
b) Peoples Revolutionary Cabaret,
c) Cabaret Voltaire.

13. Author of the famous play Waiting for Godot is
a) Samuel Beckett,
b) Victor Hugo,
c) James Joyce.

14. La strada (The Road) is a movie made by
a) Michelangelo Antonioni,
b) Federico Fellini,
c) Luis Bunuel.

15. Night on Earth and Dead Man are movies made by
a) Quentin Tarantino,
b) Jim Jarmush,
c) David Lynch.

16. The operas Nabucco and Rigoletto were written by
a) Ludwig van Beethoven,
b) Giuseppe Verdi,
c) Giacomo Puccini.

17. The author of the popular books on Harry Potter is
a) J. K. Rawling,
b) K. N. Sand,
c) J. N. Chicago.

18. The famous essay The Death of the Author was written by
a) Susan Sontag,
b) Roland Barthes,
c) Umberto Eco.

19. The relationship between Plato and Aristotle is relationship between
a) teacher and his student,
b) student and his teacher,
c) there is no direct relationship.

20. Turner prize is
a) British award for young artists,
b) traditional horse race prize,
c) international prize for young musicians.

21. Write down name of one personality from culture field or one cultural event, that had strong or even decisive influence upon you and explain briefly why. (Write either one personality or one event, not more please.)








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FAMU, Department of Photography, Entrance examination, 2nd round, January 28th, 2009

Test HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY


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1. Write down names of three photographers representing new and avant-garde movements in Germany between the world wars.



2.What was The Family of Man?



3.Write down names of at least two outstanding portrait photographers of the 19th century.




4. Who was Robert Capa?



5. Who were founding Magnum Agency members? Write down names of at least 2 of them.




6. Who is the author of The Americans photographic book?



7. Man Ray was
a) war photojournalist,
b) American landscape photographer close to f64 group,
c) surrealist photographer, painter and filmmaker.

8. Laszlo Moholy-Nagy was
a) a war photojournalist,
b) an American landscape photographer, who was close to f64 group,
c) an avant-garde photographer and artist.

9. The author of the books Gypsies, Exiles and Chaos is
a) Martin Parr,
b) Josef Koudelka,
c) Luc Delahay.

10. Inventor of “heliography” which was the first photographical technique was
a) Nicéphore Niépce,
b) Louis M. Daguerre,
c) Henry Fox Talbot.

11. Joel-Peter Witkin is
a) a landscapist active in the second half of the 19th century,
b) a postmodern photographer using morbid themes and historical references,
c) a representative of New York school of photography similar to Diane Arbus and Robert Frank.


12. Jeff Wall is a photographer, who
a) likes using digital technique and historical references,
b) as one of the first depicted movement,
c) combines photographs with political slogans and other texts.

13. Boris Mikhailov is or was
a) Russian landscape photographer active in the second half of 19th century,
b) contemporary Ukrainian photographer living in Germany,
c) the only famous representative of independent photography of Belorussia.

14. Cindy Sherman is or was
a) American artist, who made herself famous with self-portraits Untitled Film Stills,
b) photographer (who like Tina Modotti) was close to Edward Weston,
c) photographer who depicted the phases of human bodies movement.

15. Pictorialism is
a)historical photographic style referring to painting,
b) movement close to postmodernism,
c) this term is not used in photography at all.

16. Daguerrotype was
a) unique original,
b) multiplicable system negative postive,
c) neither.

17. Talbotype was
a) the first photographic negative - postive system,
b) version of daguerrotype,
c) neither

18. Leica was
a) the first 35 mm film camera which appeared in the 1860’s,
b) the first 35 mm film camera which appeared in the 1920’s
c) the first large format format camera.

19. Photographer Josef Sudek was
a) Hungarian
b) Polish
c) Czech

20. Photographer Josef Drtikol was
a) Czech
b) Polish
c) Austrian




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FAMU, Department of Photography, Entrance examination, 2nd round, 28th January 2009


Test PHOTOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUE


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1) The “cross process” means:
a) slide film developed with C41 colour negative process,
b) B&W material developed in a colour developer,
c) developing by fast alternation of developer and fixer.

2) The original light situation demanded the aperture 8. Suddenly light dropped by half. What is the
correct aperture?
a) 11,
b) 4,
c) 5.6.

3) What is the size of uncompressed image taken by 6Mp camera?
a) 6MB,
b) 12MB,
c) 18MB.

4) If you use red filter for black and white film, the sky in the positive print is
a) lighter,
b) darker,
c) unchanged.

5) Higher contrast of negative can be achieved by
a) shorter developing time,
b) diluting the developer,
c) longer developing time.

6) What percentage of falling light is reflected by the middle grey field?
a) 18%,
b) 36%,
c) 50%

7) RAW stands for
a) colourful space,
b) file format,
c) compression when downloading a file.

8) An achromatic lens includes correction for
a) 3 colours,
b) 2 colours,
c) 1 colour.

9) Blue converting filters
a) make the chromatic temperature higher,
b) make the chromatic temperature lower,
c) leave the chromatic temperature unchanged.

10) Which of the following is a developing agent
a) metol,
b) sodium sulfite,
c) ferocyanide.

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FAMU, Department of Photography
For the Bachelor Study in the English language for the year 2009/2010

General Knowledge Test
1a, 2a, 3a, 4c, 5a, 6c, 7b, 8a, 9a, 10b, 11c, 12c, 13a, 14b, 15b, 16b, 17a, 18b, 19a, 20a.

History of Photography Test
1 Moholy Nagy, Blossfeldt, Renger-Patzsch, Sander, Umbo …..
2 Exhibition appealing on shared humanity, year 1955, curator Steichen,
3 Nadar, Robinson, Rejlander, Cameron, Emerson…..
4 war photographer
5 Cartier-Bresson, Capa, Seymour-Chim
6 Frank,
7c, 8c, 9b, 10a, 11b, 12a, 13b, 14a, 15a, 16a, 17a, 18b, 19c, 20a.

Photographic Technique Test
1a, 2c, 3c, 4b, 5c, 6a, 7b, 8b, 9a, 10a.


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!!! to je moja buduca zeljena skola !! :shock: :mrgreen:
test opce kulture i tehnickog dijela fotografije sam relativno solidno znala, ali povijest...moglo bi se reci porazavajuce.
nastrebat cu se ja do tog prijemnog :D

ali osim tog testa opce kulture, povijesti fotografije i umjetnosti, i tehnickog dijela pretpostavljam da se treba predati portfolio i da se treba obaviti fotografski zadatak na zadanu temu?

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Evo ti svih podataka, a i svima onima koje to zanima.

Ima to sve na njihovoj stranici, ali nije lako naći, barem nije bilo kad sam ja to tražio, iako sumnjam da su u međuvremenu nešto mijenjali :D


Photography

Description of the Study Program

In this program, photography is understood as an inseparable part of the modern communication systems which use visual language in a creative way. Photography is viewed not only from traditional perspectives (theory, technique, history and esthetics of the field) but also from the point of view of socio-scientific research as well as investigated in the various forms of photography’s application in contemporary society. The program is designed in such a way to prepare independent creative individuals, for 3 years (6 semesters) in the Bachelor Program, and for another 2 years (4 semesters) in the Master Program.

The Curriculum of the Department of Photography is based on the connection of art academy pedagogy and that of a traditional university education. During the course of their studies, students gain increasingly greater freedom to choose the specific focus of their own creative work, both on the practical as well as theoretical levels. The practical part of the photography program develops both the creative talents as well as knowledge in the areas given by the focus of the four existing Studios, which include traditional photography technique and processes as well as digital methods, employing the most up-to-date technology available.

Starting in their fifth semester, students have the opportunity to study within one of the four Studios: Studio of Creative Photography, Studio of Studio Photography, Studio of Outdoor Photography, and Studio of Documentary Photography. These individual Studios are headed by regular FAMU teachers. Various other Workshops are part of the Studio System, their focus and content changes every year depending on the specialization and creative work of the teachers leading these Workshops. Most of these are external lecturers – renowned personalities from the field of photography. The content of individual Studios and Workshops evolves from the personality of the particular mentors. This system should provide the students with a wide variety of professional, creative and human approaches and thus enable students to formulate their own opinion and creative approach.

Program Prerequisites

The basic condition for the studies is evident talent for creative work. Prerequisites include general education, cultural orientation, orientation in the history of art, basic knowledge of contemporary art, as well as field-related knowledge (such as photography technique and history of photography).

Studies at the Department of Photography

Studies at the Department of Photography are divided into Bachelor (3 years) and Master (plus 2 years) Programs. The first two years of studies are more of a general nature. Starting from the third year of the Bachelor Program students have the opportunity to focus on their own creative work within one of the four Studios.

The Master Program is aimed at supporting the systematic creative work of students within these selected Studio and Workshops.
· Studio of Creative Photography
· Studio of Studio Photography
· Studio of Outdoor Photography
· Studio of Documentary Photography

A variety of approaches and opinions is provided to students also through the courses pertaining to the fields of theory, art history, social sciences as well as through the connection of all FAMU departments on the level of theoretical and practical courses. Detailed information about the studies is provided in the

Annual Curriculum.

Master Program is about to open a Studio of Photography Conservation and Archiving.

Technical Equipment

In the Lažanský Palace, the Department of Photography has lecture rooms, two fully equipped studios, two darkrooms, and a computer room, at its disposal. It also uses premises located in Beroun where two large studios, a small and a large darkroom, a computer room, an accommodation facility, and an archive of the works of the Department of photography’s students are available. In the near future, there will be more lecture rooms, workrooms and a studio ready in another building in Prague 1, Tržiště.

Students can borrow devices and photo-equipment under the conditions stated by the Internal Guidelines of the Department of Photography.
Nevertheless, in order to do their work and to fulfill school assignments, students will need their own basic equipment (35mm camera and a digital camera, eventually a medium format 6x6 or 6x7 camera) which they can use simultaneously with the school equipment. Thus they have to plan to invest into photo-equipment, their own darkroom, studio, as well as other material.

Studies in the English Language

Department of Photography also offers Bachelor and Master Programs in the English language. The content of the courses provided by the Department of Photography corresponds to that provided in the Czech language, nevertheless in some cases the courses are led by different lecturers. Courses (i.e. lectures, seminars, screenings, and workshops) provided by other FAMU departments can be taken up as well, but they are in the Czech language only. Moreover, students studying in the English language have the opportunity to participate in the lectures in the English language in the FAMU International Program. Regular studies in the English language are open to those students who successfully pass the Admission Procedure. The costs of the studies are the responsibility of the students. The amount of the tuition-fee for each academic year is published at http://www.famu.cz by May 15th at the latest.

Additionally, it is also possible to apply for the Short Term Study Program at the Department of Photography, the duration of which can be either one or more semesters. Applicants are admitted into the Short Term Study Program once the Head of the Department of Photography evaluates the work they have submitted. The Short Term Study Program is in the English language and the costs of the studies are covered by the students. The tuition-fee for each academic year is published at http://www.famu.cz by May 15th at the latest.

Students admitted into this Program can attend all the lectures provided to English-language students. As regards to seminars, studios and workshops, etc., these are selected according to the level of their professional skills, technical knowledge and the works presented and based on the prior agreement with the Head of Department. Thus an optimal individual study program is designed for each of the students. The use of the Department technical equipment and facilities is limited by such individual study program and is subject to the Internal Guidelines of the Department of Photography.
Students are charged an enrollment fee of 500 CZK.

The Department of Photography does not provide students with any material or accommodation.

Bachelor Program

Conditions for Admission

The application form must be submitted to the FAMU Student Studies Office by November 30th at the latest.

Specific Requirements for Applicants

Aside from evident talent, general education, and knowledge of the development of the cultural and artistic activities on the international level, as well as the applicants’ will to work on their development, the applicants have to prove at least basic knowledge in the area of photographic techniques and history of photography.

Admission Procedure

The admission procedure at the FAMU Department of Photography consists of two rounds.

a) 1st round - Applicants must submit their works to the Department of Photography, as specified in the list below, by November 30th at the latest:
Works to be submitted for the Admission Procedure to Bachelor Program:

Part A: Exhibition Collection – freestyle photographic creative work

Applicants submit a collection of 8-12 black-and-white or color photographs of maximum 50x60 cm format.
The style of the collection has to be uniform and distinct. The collection is to be approached as a core of the author’s exhibition representing the peak of his or her own creative work in that area of photography which he or she focuses on.

Part B: Genre Specific Collection

8-12 photographs (maximum 50x60 cm format) in one of the following genres: portrait, nude, landscape, urban-landscape, still life, and documentary.
Selected theme has to differ from the one of the photographs submitted in parts A or C.

Part C: Publication or calendar

8-12 color or black-and-white photographs, used in one of the following products:
· illustration of a book of poetry or fiction with his/her own graphic and possibly typographic design;
· picture publication of one’s own selected theme and graphic and possibly typographic design (an electronic version may be presented in specific justified cases);
· wall calendar of one’s own selected theme and graphic and typographic design.
Within the scope of Part C, the following is to be submitted:
1/ A maquette of the selected product (book or calendar with the overall graphic layout of the images and typography). The outcome must clearly show the intention of the author.
2/ If processed by a computer, the actual photographs used have to be submitted as well (up to the 50x60 cm format).

Part D: Technical photograph of still-life

1 black-and-white photograph of the 30x40 cm format – black-and-white enlargement created by a classical photography technique, illustrating mostly the technical abilities – the photography of arranged still-life of any objects with daylight or an artificial light.

Note:

Except for the Part D photographs may be processed by any photographical technique. None of the photographs can be used in more than one of the above-mentioned parts.

Applicants may present only one collection of photographs per Part.
The Admission procedure for Czech-language applicants and English-language applicants is held separately.

Submission of the work

Evaluation of the works submitted in the first round is anonymous. Therefore it is necessary to mark the works correctly. The applicants, within their own interest, must adhere to the following procedure. The work is to be submitted in four separate envelopes, marked as follows:

English-language applicants:

- number code, consisting of a selected combination of four digits (note: data are processed by computer and therefore avoid using zero as the first digit and creating a code of four identical digits, e.g. 1111);
- letter A, B, C, or D according to the relevant Part of the applicants’ work, as described above.
Example: if the number code chosen by an applicant is 1839, the envelopes and individual photographs will be marked as follows:
· 1839 A (exhibition collection);
· 1830 B (genre specific collection – portrait, nude, landscape, urban-landscape, still life, documentary);
· 1839 C (illustration of a book of poetry or fiction, picture publication or wall calendar);
· 1839 D (technical photograph of still-life).

Furthermore, all the photographs in the envelope have to be marked with the same code as the envelope itself. Photographs can be also marked at their backside with their name and a sequence of the photograph in the series. At the same time, the number code will be on a fifth, separate sealed envelope where the applicant inserts a sheet of paper with his/her number code, name, address, telephone number and possibly also his/her e-mail address.

Method of Evaluation

All the works submitted will be evaluated by a Commission consisting of at least 5 teachers of the Department of Photography. The final results of the first round (ranking and a shortlist of applicants) are calculated by adding up the independent scores given by individual members of the Commission. The detailed rules are approved by the Commission prior to the Admission Procedure.

Admission Procedure Date

The 1st round usually takes place in the 2nd week of January. The exact date and time will be announced at the beginning of each academic year.

Communicating Results

The results of the entry examination procedure are published on the lists posted at the Department of Photography and on the http://www.famu.cz web pages. Applicants can also find out whether they passed the 1st round by phoning the Department of Photography.

Note
Applicants may submit only one photograph series for each part!

b) 2nd round – This usually takes place in the 4th week of January at the Department of Photography. Applicants who passed the 1st round are notified of the exact dates of the 2nd round sufficiently in advance by post from the FAMU Student Studies Office and by e-mail. The 2nd round lasts at least two days.

2nd round consists of the following:

a/ written tests (general and cultural knowledge, history of photography, photographic techniques, and one selected foreign language);
b/ photographic assignment (or assignments) – taking of photographs as instructed. Applicants have to bring their own 35mm cameras (no digital cameras are accepted). Material and processing is ensured by the Department of Photography;
c/ graphic assignment;
d/ interview with the Admission Commission within which the applicants will also defend the work submitted in the 1st round together with the photographs made according to the above-mentioned assignment.

Method of Evaluation

Results of the 1st round serve only for entering the 2nd round; they do not figure in the evaluation of the 2nd round and do not influence the final order of applicants.

The second round will be evaluated by a Commission consisting of at least 5 teachers of the Department of Photography and based on previously set rules and coefficients for the evaluation individual parts of the Admission Procedure. The final ranking of applicants and the number of admitted applicants will be determined by adding up the scores of individual members of the Commission.

Communicating results

Applicants will be notified of the final results of the second round by letter sent to them by the FAMU Student Studies Office and the lists posted at the Department of Photography and on the http://www.famu.cz web pages.

Note
Language of communication during Admission Procedure is either Czech or English depending on the type of program applied. Applicants may not use an interpreter during the admission procedure!

Returning of Works Presented

Applicants who have not been admitted may collect their works 30 days after the announcement of results, however, no later than on 30th April of the given year. After this date the Department does not store the works. Applicants admitted to the Department make their works available at the Department of Photography for exhibition purposes and opening of the tuition.

Master Program

Conditions for Admission

Application forms for the Master Program have to be submitted to the FAMU Student Studies Office by May 31st. By September 1st, applicants have to submit their Projects for the Master Program (see point 4 below). Other works are to be submitted during the Admission Procedure usually held in the last week of September. Applicants will be informed about the precise date well in advance.

Admission Procedure to Master Program

The following is to be submitted by the applicants to the Department of Photography for the Master Program Admission Procedure:
1/ Exhibition series of 8-12 photographs representing the applicant’s work;
2/ Maquette of a photographic publication prepared by the applicant;
3/ Series of 8-20 photographs or inter-medial works on a selected theme (different from the photographs submitted in the preceding series (point 1/ and 2/) presented according to the applicant’s own liking;
4/ Master Project Proposal which includes:
· Biography and information about student’s activities and studies;
· An application into one of the Studios of the Department of Photography and its justification (in the Master Program, the student will study within one of the following Studios: Studio of Studio Photography, Studio of Creative Photography, Studio of Outdoor Photography and Studio of Documentary Photography);
· Applicants’ general idea about how they want to approach their studies, what direction or fields they want to follow, what exchanges with other schools they plan, structure of his/her studies, etc.;
· Applicants’ basic idea about their Final Master Program Work (both photographic and theoretical).

Note:
Students are invited to submit works created outside their school projects. Language of communication during Admission Procedure is either Czech or English depending on the type of program applied. Applicants may not use an interpreter during the admission procedure!

Admission Procedure Date

The admission procedure is usually held the 4th week of September. Applicants will be informed about the precise date by June 30th at the latest.

Admission procedure to the Short Term Study Program in the English Language

Applicants for the Short Term Study Program have to submit the following:
· Collection or collections of photographs (portfolios) of their choice which best represent their skills and creative talent,
· basic biographical data and information about student’s activities and studies
· project – a brief, written idea about courses the applicant intends to attend and photographic work the applicant wants to dedicate himself/herself to at FAMU.

Works have to be submitted to the Department of Photography by June 10th or November 10th of each calendar year at the latest. After these dates the Head of the Department evaluates applicants’ skills and abilities to follow a Short Term Study Program. These dates are also decisive for the possible beginning of a Short Term Study Program.

The Department’s staff communicates the results by November 30th and June 30th at the latest.

Erasmus-Socrates Exchange Short Term Study Program

Conditions of Erasmus – Socrates Short Term Study Programs at the Department of Photography are specified below.

Applicants for the Short Term Study Program have to submit the following:
· Collection of photographs (portfolios) of their choice (including the finish and adjustment) which best represent their skills and creative talent,
· basic biographical data and information about student’s activities and studies, including his/her technical skills as regards photographic devices and equipment, ability to work with 35mm and digital cameras, medium format camera, studio equipment, experience in the area of laboratory processing)
· project – a brief, written idea about courses the applicant intends to attend and photographic work (project) the applicant wants to dedicate himself/herself to at FAMU and also specifying at which Studio.

The Department of Photography will evaluate the work, data and project presented and decides on admitting the student. For the capacity reasons the Department of Photography accepts maximum of 4-5 students for one semester. The Department of Photography reserves the right to admit such applicants who meet all the above mentioned requirements and whose submitted works prove their prerequisite for study.

Before starting the Program at the Department of Photography, an individual study program is set up for each exchange student. Programs are developed according to the student’s technical and creative abilities, possibilities of the Department of Photography. Students may attend lectures, presentations and projections organized by the Department of Photography, other FAMU Departments and FAMU International Program. Students may attend lessons and seminars and use the equipment of the Department of Photography only after making an arrangement with the Head of the Department of Photography and with the responsible lecturer and after setting up the study plan. Access to the Studios and darkrooms is limited because of the reduced possibilities of the Department of Photography. The technical equipment of the Department of Photography can only be used with respect to one’s study plan, one’s own abilities under the conditions stated by the Internal Guidelines of the Department of Photography.

Students are requested to bring their own basic photographic equipment (35mm camera, medium format) which allows them to complete their photographic ideas.

The Department of Photography does not provide students with accommodation or material for the completion of their photographic works.


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hahaah, moraš bit profi da bi se mooožda upiso na dodiplomski :lol:

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Evo cisto fore radi i ja rjesio. :)

Prvi test lagan, na drugom ako sam dva rjesio, a treci tak-tak, dosta toga smo naucili na tecaju opce :D , nesto sam znao i prije, nesto nagadjajuci pogodio.

U svakom slucaju tezak nedostatak opce kulture o fotografiji sa moje strane :(

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hm, možda bi mogli organizirat neki tečaj o općoj kulturi u fotografiji? :geek:


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Da, cini se da bi trebalo.

Ne da se covjek sramoti pricajuci sa ljudima koji o tome nesto i znaju :D

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PostPostano: 18 lis 2009, 23:13 
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da i moji rezultati sta se tice (ne)znanja o povijesti fotografije i suvremene umjetnosti su bili pa lagano porazavajuci... :S
odmah sam otisla guglati xD

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Generalno gledajući, niti jedna od tri grupe nije posebno teška!! Jedino što bih ja osobno manje bodova dohvatio u tehničkoj grupi pitanja nego u ovoj o povijesti. Ali super je vidjeti što se sve traži od kandidata... :)


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