Monthly Archives: January 2016

30 Hours Evidence of Professional Development

Date Evidence Time Reflective Briefing 20/10/15 As I was late starting the course 1 hour WordPress tutorial 20/10/15 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fau-k5E7Cy4 increase my knowledge after speaking to Marion 30 min Research Into Retouching 26/10/15 Youtube videos and Websites 1 hour 30 min … Continue reading

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Subject // Exposure // Process

Subject People Place Object Exposure Pin hole Film Digital Long Exposure Short Exposure Double Exposure Multiple Exposure Large Aperture Small Aperture High/Low Key Over expose / under develop Under expose / Over develop Process Small format Medium format Large format … Continue reading

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Chris Nash

Chris Nash is a London based photographer who specialises in dance photography. His work is innovative and unique. When he takes a photograph, the decisive moment is very important for when the models are moving. He is educated in movement … Continue reading

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What is a ‘tableau’?

What is a ‘tableau’? A tableau is a group of people frozen still to create a scene. It is a representation of a statue, scene or a picture. This can be in a large group or just a single person … Continue reading

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Research Methods First Look

Research Methods   Deadline 9th May Formative Assessment 28th March Research helps creative work to increase knowledge Scientific research is a way of harnessing curiosity, a systematic way of gathering data   Data Collection Methods Primary Research Primary research consists … Continue reading

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George Hurrell

A master of showing the elegance of the female body, Hurrell contributed to glamour in Hollywood during the 1930’s to 40’s. Born in Ohio, USA in 1904 he grew up to study painting however he found photography useful for recording … Continue reading

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3 Images

For my three images specifically taken for this unit, I have decided to carry on my portraiture/documentary work on my sister. As my sister is autistic she struggles with communication and she expresses herself in different ways. I have noticed … Continue reading

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