Category Archives: Professional Photographic Practice

Hanging my work…

Because my pieces were very lightweight, I decided to use sticky-back velcro to hang them. The velcro didn’t stick to the wood very well though, but I had anticipated this & had brought a staple gun to staple each side … Continue reading

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Evaluation

I think this module went well, however I think there is definitely room for improvement in regards to my final piece. I began this project as an extension of previous research into how we view photographs through memories. This research … Continue reading

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Series title & description.

‘Once Upon A Time’ This series portrays three well known fairy tales. The viewers task is to deconstruct the imagery, exploring their memories to construct the relevant narrative.   The above is the title and description for my series. I … Continue reading

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Exhibition Layouts

The space I will have in the exhibition is 1.5m wide. Below are two a proportionate layouts of my images in the space. The ceiling of the gallery is very high so I’ve not included the full height within the … Continue reading

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Final Wood Transfers

These are my photos of my final pieces. In order to make these, I first cut the wood down to the appropriate size. I decided to make the images different sizes to add interest and eliminate ‘dead space’. I knew … Continue reading

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Wood Transfer Experiment part 2

This is the finished print of the rose. After the last post I continued to rub paper fibres until they were unnoticeable (it took about 4 different sittings- each time I had to wait for the print to dry so I … Continue reading

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Wood Transfer Experiments

I’ve printed all my photos on a laser printer, I forgot to flip the images so they’d be the right way round when transferred but it doesn’t matter for my photos. 1. First of all, I covered my wood surface with gel … Continue reading

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