Exercise 4.2 Artificial Light: Photographing At Night And The Technical Challenges this brings (Cheltenham Christmas Event)

Artificial Light Capture ‘the beauty of artificial light’ in a short sequence of shots (‘beauty’ is, of course, a subjective term). The correct white balance setting will be important; this can get tricky - but interesting - if there are mixed light sources of different colour temperatures in the same shot. You can shoot indoors … Continue reading Exercise 4.2 Artificial Light: Photographing At Night And The Technical Challenges this brings (Cheltenham Christmas Event)

Exercise 5.2: Homage : Select A Photograph You Love and Respond To It by creating your own – I chose Sally Mann

Select an image by any photographer of your choice and take a photograph in response to it. You can respond in any way you like to the whole image or to just a part of it, but you must make explicit in your notes what it is that you’re responding to. Is it a stylistic … Continue reading Exercise 5.2: Homage : Select A Photograph You Love and Respond To It by creating your own – I chose Sally Mann

Exercise 3.3 : What Matters Is To Look

'If you are not willing to see more than is visible, you won't see anything’  Ruth Bernhard (1902-2006) Alberto Giacometti Alberto Giacometti had already mastered the art of drawing when he discovered the problem of seeing both the whole figure and the detail simultaneously. When he concentrated on the whole, the details disappeared and conversely, … Continue reading Exercise 3.3 : What Matters Is To Look

Research Point: Unit 2: Lens Work

‘I’m inclined to think that there is no such thing as a photojournalistic image, only a photojournalistic use of an image.’ (David Campany) https://www.fotomuseum.ch/en/explore/still-searching/articles/26952_backwards_and_forwards ( Accessed 11.06.19 ) Don McCullin, 'This is how it is', Sunday Times Magazine, March 28, 1968 Don McCullin, 'This is how it is', Sunday Times Magazine, March 28, 1968 Eve Arnold, 'Vietnam, North Carolina', Sunday … Continue reading Research Point: Unit 2: Lens Work