Category Archives: Placing Photographic Practice in Context

Evaluation of Task Two

I feel that this project has gone ok, as I am reasonably happy with the piece I have produced, however, I think that it could’ve been better. Firstly, I didn’t have a lot of time to produce the final photo, … Continue reading

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Still Life Scarf- Final Image

I have finished my editing of my final photo, and here it is: I kept the bluey-purple tone that I liked before, I think it contrasts nicely with the yellow apples and orange pieces within the scarf. I made the … Continue reading

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Still Life Shoot Two

This is the Image I produced from the second shoot. The creases are still there unfortunately (despite ironing the sheet!) but I can try and edit these out as I said before. The sofa shape is gone now because I … Continue reading

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Still Life Shoot One

I first of all set up this arrangement, I wanted to take the photo here to get some wood grain showing through from the table underneath the lace. I obviously needed a bigger backdrop for this arrangement, but this was … Continue reading

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Scarves in Still Life?

I wanted to think about how my fashion group’s scarves specifically relate to still life and how I could use props to show their meaning within my photos. Lucia’s scarf: Time and memories- could use clocks Sacha’s scarf: music- could … Continue reading

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Appropriation of Portraiture

This is post is not about still life, but I feel it relates to what I am doing because these photographers have re-created old paintings for their work, similarly to how I plan to imitate the classic still life art … Continue reading

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CSI Photography

Today a CSI Photographer came in to University to tell us a bit about their job, they then set up several tasks for us to do. These tasks were to photograph evidence in different scenarios. This is a crime scene … Continue reading

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