Category Archives: Working With Light

Keith Arnatt: ‘I’m a Real Photographer’

‘I’m a real Photographer’ is a collection of nineteen series of Photographs by Keith Arnatt that span 30 years, from 1972- 2002. The book accompanied an exhibition by the same name at the Photographers Gallery in London in 2007 which … Continue reading

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Uses of Light 009.

Projections Projections are used in many ways within photography, but mostly to display a series of photographs which seems to somehow give a new dimension to the gallery. Nan Goldin is A photographer who displays photos in this way. Nan … Continue reading

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Uses of Light 008.

HDR Photography HDR stands for ‘high dynamic range’, and is a technique used to achieve a higher dynamic range, which is done by taking one photo at regular exposure then changing the f.stop at least to one stop above and … Continue reading

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Uses of Light 007.

Beyond the visible light spectrum. Infrared Photography http://www.infrared-photography.co.uk/ Infrared photography has given us the ability to record what the eye cannot see. As humans our eyes are sensitive to a limited band of wavelengths, between 400nanometres (the blue spectrum) and … Continue reading

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Uses of Light 006.

Flat Light Flat light means that there is almost no contrast within a photo, often it can give a new feel to an otherwise average photo. Low contrast can often be achieved in the editing process. Below is a a … Continue reading

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Uses of Light 005.

Over & Under exposures Over Exposed All photos taken by Palla The lighter the photo, the more it has been exposed to light. Mistakenly over exposing can sometimes ruin a good composition, however, purposefully, it can act as a unique … Continue reading

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Uses of Light 004/ Pin-hole Photography

Pin-Hole Camera Another interesting use of light is one that i have been exploring over the holiday, Pin-hole cameras. I have made a pin-hole camera out of a drinks can as I wanted to be ale to carry it around … Continue reading

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