Part 3 Traces of Time, Project 3 – What Matters Is To Look

Exercise 3.3 – Two -Taking a Viewpoint, Look, Look, Look From a good viewpoint, a wide view or panorama can be seen. Mam Tor was chosen for this exercise. An exercise in looking is to start looking at what’s closest in the foreground. In this instance the foreground was the bare ground and grass and the two sheep … More Part 3 Traces of Time, Project 3 – What Matters Is To Look

Part 3 Traces of Time – Project 2: A Durational Space Exercise 3.2

Exercise 3.2 Tracing time to create a durational space has been something done by photographers since technology progressed from daguerreotypes allowing for choice between isolating and allowing the trace of time to be shown on the image. The exercise requires a demonstration of the utilisation of technique to show traces of movement and of time … More Part 3 Traces of Time – Project 2: A Durational Space Exercise 3.2

Part 3 Traces of Time, Project 3 – What Matters Is To Look, Timeframes Exercise 3.3

Exercise 3.3 Part 1 The timeframes of the camera are actually visible. If the back of a single lens reflex camera is opened, when there is no film inside, the shutter can be activated to watch the timeframe of the camera. At 1/250 of a second a flicker is discernible as the curtains of the … More Part 3 Traces of Time, Project 3 – What Matters Is To Look, Timeframes Exercise 3.3