Category Archives: Research & Reflection

General Overview

General Overview Despite a rocky start and delays throughout the year due to personal circumstances I completed Expressing your vision in 15 months. Three to eight months longer than I had anticipated. Because of circumstances I sometimes lost motivation and … Continue reading

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ERNST HAAS ESTATE | COLOR: FLORA

Source: ERNST HAAS ESTATE | COLOR: FLORA (Accessed 17.1.2016) Ernst Haas, an Austrian born photography who emigrated via Paris to America just after the war,was a pioneer of colour photography.  It has been said that before Haas there was no coloured … 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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Tutor Feedback and Reflection: Assignment 3

ocawearn1eyv033apr16-doc I was very pleased with this set of photographs.  I feel that my research paid off and I improved greatly from the street photography in Assignment 2.  In Assignment 2 the mistake I made was literally interpreting the brief … Continue reading

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Research for Exercise 1.4 – Framing

For this exercise I wanted to really understand what is meant by framing.  Up to this point I had thought that it meant using objects such as a window frame or a group of trees to  frame the subject. What … Continue reading

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Research for Part 1 – From that moment onwards……

As part of my research for Part 1 of the course, I considered composition and the use of “The Rule of Thirds”[1], Gestalt principles of dynamic symmetry, and principles of image composition[2]. There were many articles advising on how to … Continue reading

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Bibliography

Bibliography Arnold, C. (2010) Fish Work: Europe Arnold is a commercial fisherman and exhibited photographer. http://coreyfishes.com/albums/fish-work-europe/: Corey Arnold (Accessed: 20th October 2016). Barbiaux J. (2015) Street Photography   http://decisiveshot.com/aetting-the-trap-for-great-shots/  Just Street Photography, USA (Accessed 28.1.2015) Barthes R. Understanding Text   http://www.arts.uwaterloo.ca/~raha/700_701_web/BarthesLO/intro.html (Accessed 14.09.2016) … Continue reading

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