Monthly Archives: September 2013

ASSIGNMENT THREE: Monochrome – Tutor Feedback

I have had the most interesting and informative chat with my tutor, which started out with us discussing assignment three and ended up with my confirming the subject I will use for assignment five and how I will set about … Continue reading

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London Low Level Light and Night Photography

As I mentioned a few posts back, I recently attended a Low Level Light and Night Photography workshop in London.  My reason for this was to have a go at a photography genre I have not played around with much, … Continue reading

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ASSIGNMENT THREE: Monochrome – Tutor Feedback

Tutor feedback for assignment three has been received and posted on the tutor feedback tab of this blog for those interested in reading it. Not really sure what to make of it, but will contemplate, review and comment over the … Continue reading

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Nicholas Hawksmoor: Methodical Imaginings

Of the three exhibitions I visited back at the end of August (details of the other two can be found earlier in this blog), I think this one was not only the most unexpected, but it also gave me the … Continue reading

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EXERCISE: Improvement or Interpretation

Part I Start by photographing a similar situation to the one just described, a portrait in a setting, and then use a manual selection method to select just the area of the person.  The tools available to you will depend … Continue reading

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