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19 YO Studying photography at Blackburn UNI

Case Studies – Chris Nash

Chris Nash   London based photographer. Shares his time with commercial work, fine art photography and teaching. Graduated with a BA(hons) from Goldsmiths. Known as one of the most creative photographers of his time, he has built a great reputation. … Continue reading

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Case Studies – Daesung Lee

  Daesung Lee Korean Photographer based in Paris, France. Graduated from Chung-Ang University in korea in 2003 His career started with commercial photography but then transitioned to documentary ever since 2007 His project ‘futuristic archaeology’ shows billboard size prints placed … Continue reading

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Case Studies – Tom Hunter

Tom Hunter   Tom was born in 1965 in Bournemouth. He is a London based photographer Award winner and has work exhibited internationally Won several awards during his career after graduating from London College of Printing in 1944 During 2006 … Continue reading

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Case Studies – Jeff Wall

Jeff Wall   Canadian Photographer born in Vancouver 1946 Originally from Vancouver, he moved to London as he met his wife in Vancouver and as she is English, they moved with their two sons. Exhibited work internationally for 25 years, … Continue reading

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Case Studies – Eugene Delacroix

Eugene Delacroix Delacroix was born in April 1798. He was an important romantic painter who used expressive brushstrokes to show it in his work. When he was working he liked to focus on movement and colour in his work and … Continue reading

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Case Studies – William Hogarth

  William Hogarth Born in London, November 10th 1697, Son to an unsuccessful writer Richard Hogarth. He attended St Martin’s Lane academy in October 1720 and began Painting with Oils in the late 1720’s He was first noticed when he … Continue reading

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Retouching

Retouching is a process of editing. This is photo manipulation, which simply means altering or changing something on an image. For example, if you see a spot on a models face that you want to eliminate you can use the … Continue reading

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