Part 1, Project 2 – Visual Skills – Exercise1.3 (2)

Exercise 1.3 (2) Line ‘Line’ can be used to flatten the pictorial space. The sensor of the camera was kept as close to parallel to the plane of the subject. These photographs were taken with a 135mm focal length. Below are three selects. The line of the sensor and the subject flattening pictorial space allows … More Part 1, Project 2 – Visual Skills – Exercise1.3 (2)

Part 1, Project 2 – Visual Skills – Exercise 1.3 (1) Line

Exercise 1.3 (1) Line ‘Line’ is utilised within the shot to accentuate a sense of depth within the image. The photographs were taken with a wide angle lens and made use of portrait and landscape format. I shot several images in Sheffield. Below are the selects. The leading lines sit within the frame in a … More Part 1, Project 2 – Visual Skills – Exercise 1.3 (1) Line

Part 1, Project 2 – Visual Skills – Exercise 1.2

Exercise 1.2 – Point “There are essentially three classes of position [to place a single point]: in the middle, a little off-centre, and close to the edge.” (Photography 1: The Art of Photography, P 72) The selected images below show a point placed within a frame. The point, the coca-cola can, was moved several times … More Part 1, Project 2 – Visual Skills – Exercise 1.2

Part 1, Project 1 – The Instrument – Exercise 1.1

Exercise 1.1 Time and the Photograph These images are of the same scene taken one after the other using the camera’s automatic mode. They demonstrate the importance not only of the aperture, shutter, iso, white balance, framing and focal length but also of the exact moment of the exposure. Time plays an important role in … More Part 1, Project 1 – The Instrument – Exercise 1.1