Body Landscape

Introduction The challenge for this assignment is to capture photographs of the human body that appear abstract, s though they are a part of a landscape. From the research, I have found that the closer to a specific area of the body the more effective the image is. This is because the intricate shapes or … More Body Landscape

Street Photography

Introduction For this assignment, six images must be chosen that resemble street photography. The pictures can be either monochrome or colour but should portray a story. The main focus is capturing people in towns, cities or other places of popularity, whilst gaining confidence as a photographer and working in an uncontrollable environment Artist Research Vivian … More Street Photography

Typology

Introduction Typology in photography is composing multiple images that relate to one another. Creating a collection of items. This became popular with the Victorians, producing cabinets of curiosities. However, this has adapted to an artistic style in photography. Pictures are taken using similar styles and subjects, such as watch faces. The images will have various … More Typology

Still Life

Introduction Various still life images must be taken with the intent then chose a single image, meeting the criteria of still life. The objects can either be outside or studio based but the still life objects must be separated by man-made material and organic if more than one item is photographed. For example, fruit can … More Still Life

Joiner Photography

Introduction An abstract style of photography was introduced, referred to as Joiner photography. This is when a variety of photographs are pieced together either digitally or printed and then placed together, to create a new larger piece. Often the photographer takes pictures of a scene, but instead of capturing one photograph of the whole scene, … More Joiner Photography