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Assignment 5 – Photography is Simple (Fishing Boat Images Re-Work)

Take a series of 10 photographs of any subject of your own choosing. Each photograph must be a unique view of the same subject; in other words, it must contain some ‘new information’ rather than repeat the information of the … Continue reading

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Assignment 3: The Decisive Moment – Images

          The Look In this shot (1) I particularly like the look on the woman’s face, it is almost saying “talk to the hand”, not listening” or “let’s get on with the shopping”.  I edited the … Continue reading

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Assignment 3: The Decisive Moment – Reflection

Reflections using the assessment criteria assessment Demonstration of technical skills Equipment: Cameras Canon 5DMKIII Lumix GX7 Lenses Canon 25-104mm Lumix Vario 45-200mm Lumix Vario 14 -42mm Settings Aperture priority/Manual Auto Focus RAW format Composition Using feedback from my tutor for … Continue reading

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Assignment 3: The Decisive Moment – First Thoughts

First Thoughts My first thoughts for this assignment were that I was NOT going to do street photography.  I find it emotionally challenging. However, the weather and circumstances worked against me and I found myself considering another go at street … Continue reading

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Assignment 5: Planning and Reflection

Assessment criteria: Context Reflection, research, critical thinking… Why is ‘Context’ such an important part of the assessment criteria?  The word ‘mutable’ is sometimes used by writers when discussing photography: Mutable: capable of change or of being changed (Merriam Webster online … Continue reading

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Assignment 5: Fishing Boats

Brief Take a series of 10 photographs of any subject of your own choosing. Each photograph must be a unique view of the same subject; in other words, it must contain some ‘new information’ rather than repeat the information of … Continue reading

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