Exercise 2.4: The two dimensional plane

Exercise 2.4: The two dimensional plane This image below works to highlight the different elements of the photo so as to distinguish the shapes, tones an distractions in the photo. The main figuers in the picture are the two men working. The heads and faces are the main focus points and then the 0 shapes metal piece is then next focal point. The tonal colours … Continue reading Exercise 2.4: The two dimensional plane

Exercise 2.5: An identity kit

Exercise 2.5: Identity Kit In this exercise we needed to photography at least two people and then with the combination of images, make different identities out of those characteristics. I used four different faces, although, unfortunately the exposures and in one case the focal distance was someone different rendering the exercise a bit unbelievable in most cases. None the less, I added a few extra … Continue reading Exercise 2.5: An identity kit

Exercise 1.11 Capturing stillness and movement

Exercise 1.11: Stillness and movement In this exercise we are asked to take a series of images (avoiding the the cliche scenarios) that depict stillness and movement and with similar scenes or objects. I have included here two sets, that are somewhat related themes. One set is black and white because I considered that it worked best in black and white and the other is … Continue reading Exercise 1.11 Capturing stillness and movement

Exercise 1.4: Cropping images

Exercise 1.4 : Cropping The centre image is the original followed by two successive crops that I made from the same image; To the left a horizontal crop to highlight the main buildings in the frame and the one the right a vertical crop to highlight the buildings and reflection more strongly in a horizontal fashion. This has the effect of dramatizing more the scene. … Continue reading Exercise 1.4: Cropping images