Final Decisions

No matter whether you believe in luck or chance, the final decision is from yourself” – Stephan Richards 

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Assignment No5 | Body Landscapes

“Take care of your body. Its the only place you have to live” – Jim Rohn


INTRODUCTIONBody Landscapes 

Our fifth assignment is to produce 4 images that portray the human figure in a “more abstract and impersonal way” by taking images in a much different perspective and you so that you can visualise “interesting contours, textures and forms just like a landscape”.

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Assignment No3 | Still Life

Photography takes an instant out of time, altering life by holding it still” – Dorothea Lange



Our third assignment is to produce one still life image. This image can “be either natural (fruit, veg, flowers, plants, stones, rocks, shells, leaves, etc.) or manufactured objects (glasses, bottles, books, vases, jewellery, buttons, coins, keys, etc.) but not mixed. They must be photographed in the studio or a controlled artificial setting”. Therefore I will certainly need to take into consideration all that I have learnt about good composition, lighting and the basics to using and making the most out of my camera.

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Assignment No2 | Typologies

I may not be different, but I am definitely not the same” – William J. Dybus



Our second assignment is to capture and “produce an A2 wall poster containing 9 images based on typologies laid out in a portrait mode 3 x 3”.  Photographic typology is a group of images that share something similar for example doors, churches, buttons but each individual image has its own unique characteristics.

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Assignment No1 | Joiner

“#New Semester Resolution : Keep Calm and Kerry On”Me



Today marks our official first day of our ideas and concepts module. We were given a module pack and talked with both Colin and Dave about each assignment individually. We discussed the basics of each assignment, artists to research, ideas that pop into mind and reminiscing what past students had done for their projects.

Our first assignment is going to be to create a joiner. From our module pack it states that we must “use photographic images to turn a 3 dimensional space or object… into a 2 dimensional image… must not be put together through the use of stitcher software.” Seems straightforward enough, right?
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